Remote-controlled demolition machines manufacturer Brokk offers a new steel cutting tool for mid-size Brokk machines.
The MC300 Multi Cutter – which is manufactured by Brokk’s sister company equipment supplier Darda – offers the highest cutting force with low weight.
It promotes safe and efficient cutting of steel material, utility lines and cables in a variety of industries, including demolition, soft gut/surgical demolition, remediation, construction and nuclear.
“The combination of the MC300 Multi Cutter and a Brokk machine makes a powerful pair,” says Brokk president Lars Lindgren.
“Traditionally, size has been equated with power. With these products, you are getting the best of both worlds. You get incredible power and performance in a package that is easy to transport and will get you into those confined spaces.”
The MC300 can be used on Brokk 200 and 300 models. It is 127 cm long, 30.5 cm wide and 53 cm high. Weighing in at 290 kg with a cutting force of 60 t. The MC300 also features a hydraulic 360° rotary drive for exact positioning and a 36-cm-wide jaw opening to handle a variety of metals. The design also allows operators to sharpen rather than replace jaws.
Combining the MC300 Multi Cutter with a Brokk machine provides several benefits, says Lindgren. Hard-to-reach areas become accessible owing to the Brokk machine’s remote capabilities and arms that extend as far as 6.5 m.
Further, he adds, the MC300’s cutting power provides contractors with an effective, solution for reaching and cutting supply lines, pipes, cables and steel beams that would otherwise be difficult to reach.
This maximises efficiency and minimises labour costs, he explains.
The MC300 enhances safety by eliminating the need for workers to climb scaffolds and ladders with handheld tools or to use torches for cutting steel. This reduces the risk of falls, fire hazards and exposure to harmful emissions.
“The MC300 Multi Cutter enhances the line of nearly 20 Brokk attachments, allowing operators to quickly interchange parts for greater versatility.”
Brokk supplies a wide range of remote-controlled machinery and attachments around the world to maximise productivity, improve efficiency and promote safety, concludes Lindgren.