Aquajet to display full line of hydrodemolition robots at bauma 2022

Published 11/10, 2022 at 12:22

Aquajet, a leading global player in the design and manufacture of innovative hydrodemolition technology, will showcase its full line of hydrodemolition robots at a bigger and better booth at bauma 2022 in Munich Germany.

Interested parties are invited to visit stand A1.325 to see Aquajet’s revolutionary new ‘Aqua Cutter 750V’ with patented ‘Infinity’ oscillation along with the Aqua Cutter 410A, Aqua Cutter 410V and ‘Ergo’ compact hydrodemolition robot. The company will also highlight several accessories that aim to increase versatility.

“Our new booth has a simple, streamlined design with a generous amount of space that allows our full line of Aqua Cutter robots to take centre stage,” said Roger Simonsson, Aquajet managing director. “While it’s easy to find information online, seeing the equipment in person and connecting with product and application experts is one of the best ways to learn and make purchase decisions. We’re excited to be able to provide that experience for show attendees at bauma 2022.”

Aquajet will showcase its newest hydrodemolition robot, the Aqua Cutter 750V. The robot features a new oscillation pattern that is said to be the first of its kind and moves the water jet in an infinity, or figure of 8 pattern. This allows the robot to remove more concrete in a single pass while still reducing shadowing, eliminating the risk of pipe holes and providing an ideal bonding surface. The new 750V also features the next generation ‘Evolution 3.0’ control system that includes new functions to make operators’ lives easier, including the ability to automatically calculate optimal settings for lance motion for greater precision and efficiency. Like all Aqua Cutter robots, the 750V cleans and descales rebar without causing microfracturing. It is also designed to maintain exceptional horizontal, vertical and overhead reach, making it suitable for a wide variety of concrete removal tasks, such as renovation and bridge and road repair.

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