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This Concrete-Eating Robot Can Recycle An Entire Building On

The ERO (short for “erosion”) robot uses water to disassemble concrete and then sucks all of the separate components–cement, sand, and aggregate–neatly into different packages for reuse.

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Building Eraser: Smart Robot Scans & Deconstructs Concrete

Jul 16, 2013 · The robot scans sections and identifies the best ways to break them down into constituent parts for reuse or recycling. This approach switches the literal sledgehammer with a proverbial scalpel – the latter taking the form of a concentrated high-pressure water jet that cracks the concrete and allows it to be more carefully removed.

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Épinglé sur Biomimicry - Robot ground - Pinterest

Sustainable Alternative to Building Demolitions: ERO Concrete Recycling came up with Ero, an innovative robot that recycles concrete while separating it from 

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The Ero Concrete Recycling Robot - Video Results

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This Concrete-Eating Robot Can Recycle An Entire Building

The ERO (short for "erosion") robot uses water to disassemble concrete and then sucks all of the separate components-cement, sand, and aggregate-neatly into different packages for reuse.

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Concrete-Eating Robot Recycles Buildings - Seeker

"The ERO Concrete Recycling Robot was designed to efficiently disassemble concrete structures without any waste, dust or separation and enable reclaimed building materials to be reused for new

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Conjet

We manufacture Automated Concrete Removal (ACR™) robots using the hydrodemolition technology. Safe for the structure, safe for the operator and safe for the environment. For more than 35 years, Conjet has been instrumental in the development of hydrodemolition – a technology with a proven track record as the most sustainable and effective

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Delaware Valley Recycling, Inc. - H&K Group, Inc

Delaware Valley Recycling has been accepting inbound construction debris and producing quality recycled concrete and compactable subbase products in the Philadelphia area since 1991. We accept jobsite and demolition materials such as; broken concrete, concrete block, asphalt millings and chunks as well as wood and stumps to keep your jobsite

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Concrete's Cleaner Afterlife - Conservation

Dec 11, 2013 · His ERO robots work together with a packaging unit to disassemble concrete structures without any waste, dust, or separation-related energy costs. Using high-pressure water jets and suction, the robots take the concrete off the underlying rebar structure, leaving it untouched and ready to be reused or melted down and recycled.

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ERO; Concrete Recycling Robot | techayon

Jul 13, 2015 · ERO; Concrete Recycling Robot. Posted on July 13, 2015 by telecomel. What is ERO? ERO is a Concrete Deconstruction Robot designed to disassemble concrete structures and enable the building materials to be re-used for new pre-fabricated concrete buildings. Current techniques of concrete demolition requires a lot of power crushing, separation and

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