Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Castle and Pryor announce Brokk equipment sale as plant fleet is upgraded

Controlled demolition and concrete cutting specialist Castle and Pryor is disposing of a significant number of Brokk demolition robots and associated equipment in order to make way for new plant. The specialist Brokk machines are controlled remotely, allowing its operative to work in a secure location, free from the vibration and dust often associated with demolishing concrete or other material. Not only are the machines utilised by controlled demolition contractors such as Castle and Pryor, but also companies working in the nuclear and cement industries.

The Brokk models put up for sale include several 330 models which were, at the time of initial purchase, the largest machine Brokk manufactured. Smaller machines such as the Brokk 50 and Brokk 90 are also included in the sale. Ancillary equipment including Atlas concrete breakers, cruncher attachments and buckets are also available for purchase. The age of equipment ranges from thirteen years to three years, with machine hours varying between 700 and 3000. All of the Brokks for sale were purchased new, directly from the official UK distributor and maintained fastidiously by the company’s in-house maintenance team.

Whilst the equipment sale will see Castle and Pryor’s configuration of Brokk models altered, the company’s core services and capabilities remain unchanged according to Co-Owner Graham Pryor, “Our Brokk sale is a result of the company’s ongoing investment in new plant and equipment which will in turn mean we remain competitive and capable in our core services which include diamond drilling and sawing, controlled demolition and floor preparation.”

Companies or individuals interested in purchasing any of Castle and Pryor’s Brokk equipment should contact the company directly. Viewings and demonstrations can be arranged and global export is available.


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