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Rockland's Krypto Klaw Grapple Rake Helps Operators Get a Firm Grip

Mon June 21, 2021 - National Edition
Rockland Manufacturing Company


Choose from two configurations: standard design with a cutting edge or equip with pin-on replaceable teeth of your choice.
Choose from two configurations: standard design with a cutting edge or equip with pin-on replaceable teeth of your choice.

Combine the versatility of the Krypto Klaw with the land clearing abilities of an excavator rake, and you have yourself a Krypto Klaw grapple rake.

This new tool Rockland has added to its attachment arsenal allows operators to get a firm grip on large, bulky materials and debris using 100 percent of their excavator's reach.

The dual cylinder clamp delivers more clamping force in all positions than any bucket thumb, making the Krypto Klaw Grapple Rake a much better alternative to a standard rake and thumb setup, according to the manufacturer. It provides better control and greater gripping power, plus users can quickly drop the entire attachment when performing tasks that don't require a clamp.

In addition, installation is easy and costs are minimal because there is nothing to weld to the stick. Just pin on or connect with an excavator coupler. Then, connect the hydraulic fittings, and it's time to get to work. Choose from two configurations: standard design with a cutting edge or equip with pin-on replaceable teeth of your choice.

Rockland Krypto Klaw Grapple Rakes are made in the USA and backed by a no-nonsense, two year/4,000 hour warranty.

For more information, call 800/458-3773 or visit www.rocklandmfg.com.




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