Strickland Highlights S-Lock Coupler Capabilities in Video
Tue May 28, 2019 - National Edition Strickland
Strickland MFG Ltd's S-Lock coupler takes its place amongst the extensively stocked product range which includes buckets, thumbs, grapples, rippers and pulverisers.
The Strickland S-Lock embraces material and technology advances, but its design is firmly rooted in the basic principle of simplicity is best.
Safe – fully automatic Twin Locking design ensures both attachment pins are secured.
Strong - manufactured from AR400 material increases the life of the coupler.
Simple – essentially two moving parts, a protected cylinder assembly and rear hook, with no complicated levers or exposed components.
Service – no grease fittings means virtually no maintenance
Another key feature of the Strickland S-Lock is the universal attachment capability available on all couplers from 3t to 50t. An industry first in particular on the 8t model – compatible with attachment pin diameters of 45, 50, 55 or 60mm, meaning every make/model attachment in the 8t machine range can be picked up!
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