MG grapples are operated with an auxiliary bi-directional circuit and feature 360-degree rotation that allows for optimal positioning and precise handling.
Epiroc multi grapple hydraulic attachments — with options for carriers up to 200,000 lbs. — are ideal for loading and sorting various materials with precision placement, as well as demolishing wooden and masonry structures, according to the manufacturer.
MG grapples are operated with an auxiliary bi-directional circuit and feature 360-degree rotation that allows for optimal positioning and precise handling. This feature enables operators to easily rotate the jaws of the MG grapple to pick up material regardless of how it is positioned.
MG grapples are equipped with solid perforated shells, which provide visibility during operations. Epiroc offers different blade options, as well as optional bolt-on side plates to keep fine-grained material and debris from falling out of the grapple. The design allows MG grapples to pick up many different types and sizes of materials of different weights and densities.
A widespread dealer network and the new Epiroc Hydraulic Attachment Competency Center in Independence, Ohio, back Epiroc multi grapple hydraulic attachments. The Hydraulic Attachment Competency Center facility combines a customer center, repair shop and configuration center, and parts and supplies warehouse with a team focused solely on hydraulic attachments.
For more information, visit www.epiroc.us.