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Ports are a vital part of a country’s infrastructure, and an engine for GDP growth. Normally, you will find activity in the port 24/7/365, where precision and efficiency are crucial. This means that any type of maintenance in connection with the port – for instance, the quays – requires a minimum disturbance so that “business as usual” may take place.
Quays are often located in an environment exposed to the weather and water, which causes the concrete age at a faster pace compared to more normalized circumstances. Quays typically consist of different concrete elements, such as the quay’s horizontal and vertical surfaces, pillars grounded in the water and sometimes a pier.
Conjet’s Automated Concrete Removal robots, using the hydrodemolition technology, are the right choice if you are looking for a solution that will maximize repair speed and lifespan of the structure. We call it ACR™.
Quays are often placed in an environment that is exposed to tough weather conditions and water, which makes the concrete age at a faster pace than under normal conditions. They can also be difficult to access for repairs, while at the same time, speed of repair work is often critical. As a result, restoration challenges to consider include:
With today’s high shipping volumes the schedules in ports are tighter than ever before. The ACR™ robots with ConjetONE control allow for ease of operation and less downtime, helping you keep on schedule. In addition, the ACR™ robots are designed to handle the unique setup requirements for quays.
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