Rotobec

Rotobec Power Attachment (RPA) demolition grapples can accomplish demanding jobs in C&D, recycling, landscaping and general contracting. They can be equipped with either a dangling or positioned rotator. A positioned continuous rotator minimizes excavator travel, thus reducing fuel consumption, undercarriage wear and maintenance costs, according to the manufacturer.

Rotobec Power Attachment (RPA) grapples can accomplish demanding jobs in C&D, recycling, landscaping and general contracting. There are a number configurations available and can be equipped with either a dangling or positioned rotator. The RPA features high-pressure cylinders, integrated valve-on-swivel option and an interlocking design for increased strength and durability.

The VTN Rotobec SB screening bucket screens material with an oscillating movement. Screens are mounted longitudinally inside the bucket and are offered in a wide variety of sizes. Screen sizes for the SB bucket range from 1 to 4 in. (2.5 to 10 cm) and can be changed quickly for applications requiring multiple screen sizes, according to the manufacturer.

The Rotobec Optimax stationary-mount loader is ideal for handling a variety of materials such as logs, scrap metal, waste and bulk material. The unit can be equipped with a variety of different grapples in order to effectively meet the users needs, according to the manufacturer.

The RotoBec SR rotating screening bucket is an ideal accompaniment to the FB crusher. The SR screening bucket can utilize a number of different screens to sort material down to 1 in. (2.5 cm). The durable Hardox screen and Hardox bucket provides use in today’s wide ranging applications.