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Geith Heavy-Duty Grapples Handle a Variety of Materials

Geith heavy-duty grapples are ideal for demolition, scrap handling and land clearing projects.

Thu January 15, 2015 - National Edition
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Available in a variety of sizes, Geith heavy-duty grapples weigh between 783 and 5,368 lbs. (355 and 2,435 kg), with the largest model boasting a width of 130 in. (330 cm).
Available in a variety of sizes, Geith heavy-duty grapples weigh between 783 and 5,368 lbs. (355 and 2,435 kg), with the largest model boasting a width of 130 in. (330 cm).

Designed for use with excavators weighing between 8,000 and 115,000 lbs. (3,628 to 52,163 kg), Geith heavy-duty grapples are ideal for demolition, scrap handling and land clearing projects — handling heavy objects such as broken pavement, oversized branches and large boulders with ease, according to the manufacturer.

Available in a variety of sizes, Geith heavy-duty grapples weigh between 783 and 5,368 lbs. (355 and 2,435 kg), with the largest model boasting a width of 130 in. (330 cm). Standard design features — including abrasion-resistant, high-tensile strength steel; boxed tines with replaceable wear plates; replaceable bearings in the main hinges; and pin-protecting seals — provide Geith heavy-duty grapples with extended service life protection. Geith heavy-duty grapples are compatible with both pin-on and quick coupler attachment mounting systems.

For more information, visit www.geith.com.




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