The 7-Series features the Conjet ONE System. In this system, the interface between the operator and the robot has been completely redesigned. Initiating a basic automatic hydrodemolition process has never been quicker. All standard settings are accessible through the display on the control box. To start the automatic process, simply move the feed beam to the desired position and press start. The settings can be configured in four easy steps. More advanced options are available through a larger display placed on the robot.
The most compact, flexible and cost effective hydrodemolition robot on the market.
Conjet Technology removes concrete without causing cracks or damaging the reinforcement,resulting in a good bonding surface. Conjet Robot 327 is a small water jetting machine which revolutionized the hydrodemolition industry with its compact design and flexibility. The robot weighs just over one metric ton, and has been developed to work in confined spaces and areas inaccessible to larger hydrodemolition machines. It passes easily through less than a 0.9m (3ft) wide opening.
The hydrodemolition robot with the highest capacity for large scale horizontal concrete removal.
Conjet Technology removes concrete without causing cracks or damaging the reinforcement, resulting in a good bonding surface.
The diesel powered Conjet Robot 437 is ideal for removing concrete from large, horizontal surfaces such as bridge decks, quay slabs and parking decks. It has been developed according to the same principles found in all Conjet products, including productivity, reliability, profitability and safety.
The track-driven, diesel powered Conjet Robot 557 combines a flexible Multi Purpose Arm (MPA) with the stability of an adjustable main body to create a versatile and compact robot with reach. The vertical reach can be extended further by mounting a tower tool or mast kit on the robot.
Defined by outstanding reach, unsurpassed stability, and great versatility.
Conjet Technology removes concrete without causing cracks or damaging the reinforcement, resulting in a good bonding surface. The Conjet Robot 367 combines reach and flexibility with maintained stability, making it possible to complete the most advanced tasks while using the same standard tool; the Conjet Multi Purpose Arm (MPA).
The smallest mechanised hydrodemolition unit on the market, replaces hand lances.
The Jetframe 101 Nalta is designed for improved operator safety and increased productivit,y the unit is light weight and can be handled by single operator. With the small size the unit can be brought in through man holes. Mounts on standard scaffolding tubes and can be mounted on curved surfaces with radious down to 400 mm.
Can be used either for concrete removal or for surface preparation with an optional rotor. Very useful for industrial cleaning applications where operator safety is a concern.
Conjet Jetframe 117 hydrodemolition system allows selective removal of concrete in areas inaccessible to standard hydrodemolition Robots. The Jetframe is remotely operated up to 100 metres from the computer control unit (CCU) or any 7-series Conjet Robot.