SEBHSA shotcrete robots
We design and build versatile and cost-effective shotcrete robots for tunnel and mine construction.
We offer a wide variety of shotcrete robots designed for specific tasks, such as the construction and maintenance of tunnels, mines, slopes and embankments. These shotcrete robots are versatile, powerful and cost-effective. Much more robust than anything else competing in the same league, due to their completely mechanical-hydraulic design, which gives them perfect handling and requires little maintenance. SEBHSA shotcrete robots are available in various sizes and performance capacities, with a choice of diesel, electric or Hybrid. SEBHSA customises each shotcrete robot according to the client's needs.
The shotcrete robot BR-830, awarded in the "New Machinery Developments Group" at SMOPYC event, is specifically designed for spraying wet concrete in tunnels, mines, excavations and the construction of dikes and embankments. It is ideal for shotcrete work and its off-road traction, agility, dynamism and maximum stability make it unmatched in versatility and value for money. The SEBHSA BR-830 shotcrete robot is flexible, easy to maintain and economical, designed for underground work with smaller diameters or confined spaces. It offers all the functionalities of concrete spraying and its unique articulation makes it extremely agile and maneuverable in narrow tunnels or curves.
The SEBHSA BR-830 shotcrete robot is ideal for the full range of concrete spraying, whether in tunnels, subway construction or maintenance, in mines or on mountain slopes. It offers the choice between electric drive or diesel engine depending on the requirements of the project. In addition, we have at your disposal the Robot PO-60 cement spraying boom, which is suitable for both dry shotcrete and wet shotcrete. Mounted on a solid and robust chassis on tracks, this shotcrete robot is compact and perfect for work in small tunnels, trenches or shafts.
We also have available the BDT and MDT concrete distributor booms, which are used to join the tunnel entrances through concrete pipes and hoses. The BDT has a completely manual drive and a manual concrete distributor, with a rotary boom connected to the structure by means of a slewing bearing, while the MDT has a hydraulic drive at the junctions of the tunnel entrance and an oscillating exit curve according to the jobsite specifications.
- Robot of very robust construction, with a 103 kW engine of choice. Overcomes slopes of 40º
- Integral 4WD transmission for greater manoeuvrability.
- 4 stabilising legs designed for best stability, even with the boom in a horizontal position.
- Distribution boom that allows a maximum shotcrete height of 18.2 meters.
Max. flow output
Max. concrete pressure
D. pumping cylinders
180 Ø x 1100 mm