Our hydrodemolition Conjet ACR™ Robots are highly skilled in the removal of concrete through the use of high-pressure water. These hydrodemolition robots utilize high-pressure water jets while traveling over a concrete surface at a consistent, determined rate of speed. The automated process allows our operators to safely remove and prepare horizontal, vertical, and overhead structures for both selected and non-selective removal.
If the job requires non-selective removal of concrete, then our operators will work closely with our customers to remove the predetermined depth and overall length of the concrete surface to be removed.
If the job requires selective removal, then only the deteriorated concrete will be removed. Our hydrodemolition Conjet ACR™ Robots will utilize high-pressure water of up to 40,000 PSI to safely removed the deteriorated concrete to a fixed quality level resulting in a more suitable bonding surface for new concrete.
Hydrodemolition is the perfect solution to restore and repair the following structures and infrastructures:
- Parking Structures
- Water Treatment Facilities
Safety always comes first. Our hydrodemolition Conjet ACR™ Robots allows our operators to safely perform the work from a distance while providing a safe concrete removal process for our industrial customers and commercial contractors.
Our multifunctional and diverse inventory of Conjet ACR™ Robots allows us to utilize multiple robots to manage and execute our customers’ hydrodemolition projects which include:
- Conjet ACR™ Robot 327
- Conjet ACR™ Robot 437
- Conjet ACR™ Robot 557
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Commitment to Safety
Pacific Northern Environmental is committed to the safety and health of its employees, customers, and the environment we work in. Each of our managers and employees is trained in site-specific and job hazard safety practices upon hiring and annually thereafter. We also adhere to all safety protocols set by the clients we serve. On-site safety performance is tracked continuously by job site audits by our full-time safety professionals. Our Experience Modification Rating (EMR) and OSHA Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) are well below industry average. For more information about our commitment to safety, visit our safety page.