Husqvarna Construction, part of Husqvarna Group, has launched a new range of demolition robots, the DXR 145, DXR 275, DXR 305 and DXR 315.
The new range of demolition robots offer on average, a power increase above 20%, allowing the user to get more demolition work done, faster and in a more efficient manner, said the company. The machines are also expected to improve power levels in difficult conditions such as warm environments.
Commenting on the new launches, Fredrik Linnell, Demolition Director at Husqvarna Construction said, “Improving operator safety is our foremost priority. All our new DXR models are third party certified in terms of safety, EMC and functional safety. At the same time, achieving high-quality, fast results is literally in the user’s hands. More than ever, these new machines are an extension of the operator, increasing power and offering improved control over the factors that define how successful the job will be.”
In August 2021, Husqvarna Construction appointed a new general manager for the Middle East and Africa. In October 2021, the firm said machinery innovations are changing construction and the industry is projected to see a surge in demand for environmentally friendly equipment.
The demolition robots also feature an all-new remote-control unit that enables more precise operation and gives an overview of machine status, aiding increased uptime and productivity, the firm noted. In addition, a long distance remote connection allows the user to work in challenging areas with a range of up to 300m.
Linnell concluded, “We understand that demolition work can be hot, uncomfortable, and demanding, so during development of our new DXR range, the focus has been on how we can make every working day safer, easier and more productive for the user. We believe the results speak for themselves and that demolition and construction professionals will appreciate the new intelligent tech, smooth operation and high levels of performance the new DXR range delivers.”
In March 2022, in line with the UAE’s sustainability objectives, Tadweer and Al Dhafra Recycling deployed IoT technology at their construction and demolition waste recycling station to improve its efficiency.
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