Jetframe 101 Nalta

The world's smallest hydrodemolition robot

The Nalta allows selective concrete removal in narrow, confined areas inaccessible with other methods. It is remotely operated from a distance of up to 50 meters.

Nalta is specifically designed to operate where space is limited, such as between a building and scaffolding. It can also quickly be dismantled into components small and light enough to be carried by one man. 

Nalta can operate on horizontal, vertical, and angled surfaces, including ceilings and underneath bridge decks. 

Nalta consists of a cutting head mounted on a feed beam. The feed beam features step units that connect to standard scaffolding pipes. You also have the ability to design custom pipe framing to suit your specific needs.

Optimal for confined spaces:

  • Bridge bearing foundations
  • Dam surfaces and spillways
  • Dry docks and quay docks
  • Canals
  • Under water

What is Hydrodemolition?
The Conjet ACR™ robots work based on hydrodemolition. Hydrodemolition technology removes concrete using water pressure of up to 3000 bar, for long-lasting, high quality repairs. It creates no micro-cracks and leaves an ideal bonding surface for the fresh concrete.

Additional information is available in the attached documents.