Aquajet introduces Ecosilence 3.0 to power hydrodemolition robots
Hydrodemolition machine maker Aquajet has released a new version of its self-contained system for powering its Aqua Cutter robots.
More compact than its predecessors, the Ecosilence 3.0 is contained in a standard 20-foot shipping container. Equipped with a low-emission engine and highpressure pump to power hydrodemolition robots that take on concrete renovation, road and bridge repairs, the updated system includes several features to reduce noise and fuel consumption.
“The original Ecosilence achieved the low noise levels our customers needed but could not match the power of our standard Power Pack, which was necessary for certain applications,” Roger Simonsson, Aquajet managing director, said in a release. “We knew we could do better, so our engineers went back to the drawing board to provide the best of both worlds — power and quiet operation. Along the way, we were able to incorporate the latest automatic technology and take 3 feet off the overall length for a brand-new Ecosilence.”
Simple to transport and set up, the Ecosilence 3.0 is available in several pressure and flow combinations so contractors can pick to the unit that works best for their applications.