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ero robot crushes buildings and recycles their concrete

ERO Robot Crushes Buildings and Recycles Their Concrete

Aug 04, 2013· However, it is the deconstruction methodology which ERO concrete deconstruction robot uses and how it manages waste which makes it so much special. In words of Omer; ‘ERO is a Concrete Deconstruction Robot designed to disassemble reinforced concrete structures and enable the building materials to be re-used for new prefabricated concrete

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Amazing ERO Concrete-Recycling Robot Can Erase Entire

Amazing ERO Concrete-Recycling Robot Can Erase Entire Buildings amounts of energy in order to crush concrete walls into small pieces, not to mention that demolition processes have to be

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ERO: Concrete Recycling Robot Industrial Designers

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 prefabricated concrete buildings. It does so by using a water jet to crack the concrete surface, separate the waste and package the cleaned, dust-free material.

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ERO Concrete Recycling Robot RoboCatz

It enables reclaimed building materials to be reused as prefab concrete elements by utilizing a water jet to crack the concrete surface, separate the waste and package the dust-free material. After deconstructing the structure with high-pressure water and sucking and separating the aggregate, cement and water, the ERO robot recycles the water

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ERO Concrete-Deconstruction Robot Turns Entire Buildings

Dec 03, 2013· When the scan completes, the robot can tell what the best options are in terms of concrete-recycling. This means that it can have several different approaches to how to turn the buildings to dust.

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ERO Concrete Recycling Robot wordlessTech

Aug 02, 2013· The ERO concrete recycling robot is capable not only of breaking down the building’s concrete, but also of pumping out the raw materials and storing them for reuse. Haciomeroglu, said: “In order to overcome later separation and ease the transport of materials, the process had to start with separation on the spot.

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Concrete-Eating Robots The Future of Recycling Old Buildings

Sep 02, 2016· “The ERO (short for erosion) 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 prefabricated concrete buildings”, Omer explains.

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erasing and recycling buildings with ero robot

Jul 28, 2013· with ero's new technology, the era of demolition may be behind us with a robot that breaks down concrete into reusable parts. erasing and recycling buildings with ero robot architecture

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ERO Concrete Recycling Robot by Omer Haciomeroglu Tuvie

ERO Concrete Recycling Robot concept is hoped to be our smart and sustainable solution in the near future so that demolition operations would allow us to reuse materials as much as possible. The robot features artificial intelligence which allows it to scan its surrounding and decide the best route to take to execute the operation.

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ERO concrete erasing and recycling robot BuildCivil

Dec 18, 2013· Demolition work is always a messy job. U might have seen heavy machineries on the building tops breaking structures into pieces or by controlled demolition. Anyway it is not easy job as it sounds. It makes nearby places covered by dust and tearing eardrums of people. Because of the recent robot called ERO concrete recycling

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ERO demolition robot concept recycles on the fly

Jul 16, 2013· Created by Omer Haciomeroglu of Sweden’s Umeå Institute of Design, the concept ERO concrete de-construction robot concept uses high-pressure water jets to strip concrete from rebar and recycle

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ERO; Concrete Recycling Robot on Behance

Jan 08, 2013· 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 machinery.

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This robot can erase buildings AND recycle the concrete

Either way, building demolition usually ends up in a giant pile of debris in which concrete and metal structure are all mixed up. With the ERO Concrete Recycling Robot, no more gigantic piles of debris. This robot takes down the building step by step, separating the destroyed material into prefab concrete

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ERO robot recycles buildings with hydro-demolition

But the strength of a building is also its weakest link sustainably, due to the amount of resources used and waste generated when suddenly replaced with a newer building. Enter ERO, the concrete recycling robot, which recently garnered Gold in the Student Designs category of the 2013 International Design Excellence Awards in the United States.

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Robots, drones, and printed buildings: The promise of

Feb 14, 2014· TOP IMAGE: ERO, a demolition robot on caterpillar-style treads, uses water jets to “erase” concrete into aggregate and leave behind pristine, recyclable rebar. Developed in Sweden, the robots can be algorithmically automated to work in teams to quickly take down concrete structures. BOTTOM IMAGE: Husqvarna’s DXR140 demolition robot in action.

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Recycle Paper? Plastic? Glass? Nope. Robot ERO Can Recycle

Not only does ERO promises reusable concrete aggregate, it also allows for bare, cleaned steel rebar to be cut and reused or sent to scrap, instead of overloading our landfills. Meanwhile, the water used is recycled back into the system, while turbulence dynamos reclaim part of the energy used in ERO

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2013 IDSA IDEA Winners, Our Gold Faves: Omer Haciomeroglu

Jul 10, 2013· 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 prefabricated concrete buildings. It does so by using a water jet to crack the concrete surface, separate the waste and package the cleaned, dust-free

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Concrete-Eating Robots? Peloton Land Solutions

Mar 03, 2014· The process also wastes a lot of water in order to prevent harmful dust clouds from blooming. 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 prefabricated concrete buildings.

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These robots want to make Earth a cleaner, greener place

After it devours an old concrete building, the frames would be clean and ready for new construction. The old concrete could be reused, too. This last robot is another disassembler, kind of like Liam.

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Amazing ERO Concrete-Recycling Robot Can Erase Entire

Jul 28, 2013 Designed by Omer Haciomeroglu, ERO Concrete Recycling Robot recycles and separates concrete in an energy-efficient way.

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Smog Eating Sidewalks And Concrete Recycling Robots

Aug 01, 2013· Called the ERO Concrete Recycling Robot the ingenious creation is the brainchild of Omer Haciomerglu, a student from Sweden's Umea Institute of Design. The transformer-like smart robot begins by scanning the building to figure out the best course of demolition.

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This robot sucks! Yanko Design

Aug 06, 2013· Literally! ERO is an award-winner concrete deconstruction robot designed to disassemble concrete structures while preserving the material for reuse in new prefab buildings. It uses high-powered water jets in its moveable arm to crack the surface and break up the slab, and then sucks up the mixed debris.

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Crushed Concrete Aggregates Properties and Uses of

Crushed concrete aggregates also called as recycled concrete aggregates are fragments and pieces of concrete buildings which are demolished or rebuild. These crushed concrete are cleaned from dirt and broken to smaller pieces to manufacture aggregate which is termed as recycled aggregate. Crushed concrete aggregate eliminates the need for disposal by using the readily available []

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CTheory.net

Everything that can be used to integrate and assemble can disintegrate and dismantle as well. A significant example is Ero, a robot who "erases" buildings by recycling their concrete --a superstrong water jet dismantles particles while they get sorted by intelligent suction machines which then separate its components for further use.

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