Brock Rentals adds Brokk construction robots to offering

Marcia Gruver Doyle Pix
Brokk 200 at this year’s World of Concrete.Brokk 200 at this year’s World of Concrete.

Brock Rentals will now offer Brokk 110s, 170s, 200s and 300s remote-controlled demoltion units. With the new additions, the company’s fleet no features more than 50 Brokk remote-controlled machines.

“We’ve always relied on the safety and productivity of Brokk machines to provide viable solutions for our customers in refractory, chemical, nuclear, demolition and general construction industries,” says Tomas Lundstrom, president of Brock Rentals.

The next generation models will open up new opportunities and applications for Brock clients, says Lundstrom.“ In addition, they are more dependable and easier to service, making them ideal for the rental industry where machines seldom come back to the shop without some signs of use.”

Headquartered in Monroe, Washington, Brock Rentals began in 1994 serving refractory applications. Its customer base now includes concrete demolition contractors and a wider base of applications, and the company provides rental machines to users in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.