Husqvarna has introduced the new DXR95 demolition robot for construction projects. The launch adds a fifth model to the company’s range of demolition robots for use in confined spaces.
The DXR95 features a powertrain delivering 13 hp and 3,626 psi to the end-of-arm tool. Weighing around half a ton, it’s small enough to transport in a standard van and steer through narrow passageways, as well as sturdy enough to manage steep inclines at an angle of 30°.
Operating the DXR95 is straightforward with remote controls. Features include joysticks and knobs that make it possible to select and change settings, written messages for machine feedback and the ability for operators to choose their preferred language on the LCD screen.
“With its superb power-to-weight ratio and small footprint, the DXR95 answers the demand for a demolition robot that can fit into cramped or fragile environments – and truly deliver the power and performance that professionals need,” said Daniel Lundberg, global product manager at Husqvarna Construction.
The DXR95 is made for hours of continuous demolition, as well as a range of applications from underground rock breaking to chimney removal. The versatile robot can deliver consistent performance thanks to its thermal management technology.
Additional features include a heavy-duty arm system with friction-welded cylinders, automatic greasing of the breaker for long service intervals and protection of parts in the tough lower chassis. All components can be accessed and detached for service and maintenance.
The DXR95 also provides operators flexibility. Using the remote control, they can tune parameters such as water, grease and hydraulic functions and adjust the pressure and flow to match the requirements of non-standard tools.
“We are committed to giving our customers a competitive edge, and the DXR95 raises the bar for user-friendliness and performance in demolition robots,” said Lundberg. “Now, construction professionals everywhere can get the job done more efficiently – wherever the job may be.”