Video – A new name in the demolition robot field…
Avant Techno unveils new video for new 185 Robot.
The equipment spotters among you may recall the name Finmac from a few years back. The Finnish manufacturer was the latest pretender to the Brokk demolition robot crown and its F1 machine certainly looked like a fine piece of engineering.
Well, Finmac has since been acquired by fellow Finns Avant Techno Oy and the Rammer hammer equipped demolition robot has been given a new name and new livery to match.
The electrically-driven machine can be powered either by a 15 kW or 18.5 kW electric motor, allowing flexibility and power when and where it’s needed. Equipped with a telescopic boom, the maximum vertical reach is 5.2 metres, while horizontal reach is 4.5 metres. Excluding attachments, the Avant Robot 185 weighs 1,850 kg.
The machine is equipped with reliable EPEC computer and user interface. The remote controls can be used with both radio and cable. When the space is limited, upper carriage can be removed while the tracks can be operated separately, providing transport height as low as 750 mm. Standard transport measurements are 1,555 mm in height, 795 mm in width and 2,200 mm in length.
You can check out the new Avant Techno 185 in the video below:
Posted: April 8th, 2013 under General.