Swedish-based Conjet has spent more than 35 years on innovation and engineering around Automated Concrete Removal – ACR™ using hydrodemolition.
Hydrodemolition technology ensures that no micro-cracks are created during the concrete removal process and provides an ideal surface for bonding of new concrete, while the hydrodemolition robot secures the quality and consistency of the removal process.
Using ACR™ fully automates the operation of concrete removal, allowing you to provide a safe working environment and increase production efficiency. In just one day, a single Conjet ACR™ robot removes the same amount of concrete as up to 25 operators with jackhammers. Even better, the ACR™ robot significantly limits the noise and eliminates dust and vibrations caused by conventional jackhammer methods.
KEY BENEFITS WITH AUTOMATED CONCRETE REMOVAL (ACR™)
- Safe. All operations can be controlled from the ONE system wireless control, leaving the operator out of harm’s way.
- Reliable. 35+ years of innovation and engineering has resulted in solid knowledge and experience of successful concrete removal on hundreds of structures.
- Automation. The Conjet ONE control system allows operators to easily set removal parameters.
- Sustainable. With selective removal, only damaged concrete is removed, without leaving micro-cracks.
- Allows for either selective and non-selective removal. From scarification to deep removals and even through slab.
- Ease of use. State of the art GUI and reliable components.
- Versatility. Repositioning for another type of work is done in minutes. From the reach and stability of the robot to the available accessories ACR has you covered.
- Cloud connectivity. Always connected to the cloud.
The operator can have both the robot and powerpack at his or her fingertips.
THIS IS HOW ACR™ WORKS
After completing the start-up routine, the operator can load a saved set of parameters or enter new parameters on the ACR™ robot, either directly on the robot’s display or using the handheld remote control. The operator then positions the robot and starts the automated concrete removal process from a safe distance of 15-30 feet (5-10 meters).
The robot then operates autonomously according to the chosen parameters, working its way in a straight line, in a curve, or in a circle, while the operator monitors and supervises the process.
WHY AUTOMATED CONCRETE REMOVAL – ACR™
WORK AND HEALTH SAFETY
EASE OF USE
SAFETY FIRST! – ACR™ AND SAFETY
One of the biggest challenges on all sites where concrete is being removed, or even demolished, is to ensure the health and safety of the workers.
CONJET ONE FOR SAFE, AUTOMATED OPERATIONS
NOISE AND VIBRATIONS
SAFE FOR THE STRUCTURE
OPTIMIZED UPTIME AND PRECISION – ACR™ AND RELIABILITY
Once the job is defined, and you have been awarded the contract to do the project, the real challenge begins. How do you ensure the job is done in a safe way, within the agreed timeframe and budget?