Husqvarna demolition robots - this is the future of the industry?

Husqvarna demolition robots - this is the future of the industry?

We already have autonomous passenger cars and lorries, robots also begin to help us in everyday activities, so why not use them for hard work? In the construction industry, the human factor probably can never be completely ruled out, which does not change the fact that there are more and more advanced devices that perform tasks once reserved for people. A great example is the Husqvarna construction work. What can they do? Convincing you is worth it.

Husqvarna DXR 140

This is the basic, most compact model of the robot in the offer of the Swedish manufacturer. The remotely controlled machine will be perfect for limited space, also thanks to the function of the arm rotating around its axis. The robot is dedicated to demolition works, mainly in closed facilities. It fits comfortably in all typical door openings.

The operator can control the machine remotely thanks to the pilot. A robot weighing 985 kg drives a 20 HP unit. The device has a universal application thanks to a wide range of work tools, including demolition hammer or crushing jaws.

Husqvarna DXR 270

This model is ideal for conducting demolition works that require low ground pressure - these can be standard warehouses or interiors of buildings. The stability of the machine is ensured by independently controlled booms with a large contact area with the floor.

The 25-horsepower unit guarantees the robot sufficient power to perform even quite advanced construction works. The arm can be equipped with various accessories, including a hammer or jaws for cutting steel and concrete. The compact design of the robot is excellent facilitation for the operator, especially its small height, which does not limit visibility. The DXR 270 is only 78 centimetres wide, so it fits in every standard doorway.

Husqvarna DXR 300 and 310

DXR 300 is a model designed to perform the most demanding tasks. The engine with nearly 30 HP guarantees very high efficiency, especially in combination with the SB 302 demolition hammer offering the best power-to-weight ratio in this class of robots.

The DXR 300 is a very versatile device, easy to control, and at the same time keeps its compact size - similarly to the previously described models, it easily fits into a standard door opening, and thanks to its solid supports and crawler suspension, it can be used on a variety of surfaces.

Husqvarna DXR 310 is a twin construction, with the difference that the robot has been equipped with a telescopic arm significantly increasing its range. Thanks to this, the machine is even more universal, it can be used in hard-to-reach places, and the risk of damage is also reduced.

The question asked in the title of the article seems to be rhetorical. Construction works offer more and more, especially in terms of efficiency and precision, so it is easy to imagine that they will ultimately be used for more and more advanced works. No wonder - after all, it's not only the efficiency of work that counts but also the safety of people.


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