Aqua Cutter 750V Takes Hydrodemolition to the Next Level
Published: 23/3, 2023
Aquajet’s newest hydrodemolition robot, the Aqua Cutter 750V, features a first-of-its-kind “infinity” oscillation pattern, allowing 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. Like all Aqua Cutter Robots, the 750V cleans and descales rebar without causing microfracturing. It also maintains exceptional horizontal, vertical and overhead reach, making it suitable for a wide variety of concrete removal tasks, including renovation and infrastructure repair.
The Aqua Cutter 750V shares several similarities with Aquajet’s innovative Ergo System. The infinity power head has Ergo style spring tensioned rollers and quick connection to the roller beam. It also uses absolute sensors, which means it automatically adjusts at the touch of a button. With a larger roller width and a new triangulated base frame for improved stability, the infinity power head contributes to precision while improving the hydrodemolition result.
As part of the revolutionary design, the Aqua Cutter 750V also includes an upgraded version of the Evolution Control System. First released in 2004, this innovative control system still features Aquajet’s patented qual Distance System, as well as the ability to cut shapes and remove concrete at different depths in the same pass. The new version ratchets up its performance even more with an oscillation menu that automatically calculates optimal settings for the operator. This not only maximizes production from the machine, but also prevents miscalculations from manual adjustments.
Another key feature is remote control engine start-and-stop, making it possible for the operator to stop or start the robot from a safe distance and eliminating the need for the machine to run all day. In addition, the machine will automatically shut down if there’s no activity for a certain amount of time, saving battery power.