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FFC Concrete Claw Efficiently Grabs, Moves Slabs

Tue February 05, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The FFC concrete claw manufactured by Paladin Attachments attaches to skid steers, compact track loaders and wheel loaders to provide clean, quick and efficient methods of sidewalk, driveway or any construction site concrete removal. It offers more productive operation with its lower profile and low mounting height that allows material transfer while utilizing boom/loader arm supports. Easily replaceable teeth with 1.5-in. (3.8 cm) wide shanks decrease downtime. These replaceable teeth are securely fastened with rubberized flex pins and allow the operator to easily slide the claw under concrete slabs, lift and load them. Shanks and end plates made with high-strength T-1 steel and a 1 by 8-in. (2.5 by 20 cm) wear-resistant pacal steel tapered cutting edge enhance durability. The FFC concrete claw has a working width of 24 in. (61 cm) to provide easy transportation and disposal of heavy concrete slabs and weighs approximately 575 lbs. (261 kg). It has a rated capacity on machines that have an up to 32,000-lb. (14,515 kg) operating weight and/or 10,000-lb. (4,536 kg) lift capacity.

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