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Genesis XT Mobile Shears Now Available in Eight Models

Four new sleek models double the total number of Genesis' shear offerings.

Wed August 07, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The new GXT 445 and GXT 775 straight and rotator models join the GXT 555 and GXT 665 models introduced in April 2013.
The new GXT 445 and GXT 775 straight and rotator models join the GXT 555 and GXT 665 models introduced in April 2013.

Genesis Attachments has four new XT Mobile Shear models, increasing the line to eight.

The new GXT 445 and GXT 775 straight and rotator models join the GXT 555 and GXT 665 models introduced in April 2013. Shorter in length and height and lighter in weight, the GXT features a center of gravity that is closer to the excavator, enabling the rotating models to mount on 46,000 to 78,000 lb. (20,865 to 35,380 kg) excavators that previously could only carry smaller, less powerful shears.

“Interest in our new GXT mobile shears is high,” said David Palvere, Genesis director of business development. “Scrap processors and demolition contractors appreciate that the GXT fits on smaller carriers, reducing their initial acquisition and hourly energy consumption costs.”

The GXT also features an apex, where most cutting is done, that is closer to the back of the jaws, improving material gathering and increasing cutting performance and efficiency while reducing maintenance.

Additional GXT models are planned, and the complete line will fit 20,000 to 250,000 lb. (9,072 to 113,398 kg) excavators.

For more information, call 715/395-5252 or visit genesisattachments.com.




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