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New RG selector grabs available at Bucket Warehouse

RG selector grab

Latest attachments designed specially for demolition applications and suitable for excavators up to 35 tonnes 

BUCKET Warehouse have expanded their fleet of machinery attachments with the new addition of RG selector grabs. Engineered and extensively tested over the last two years, the RG units have become one of the most sought-after attachment ranges in the market for 2017. 

Hugo Jolliffe, sales and marketing manager for Bucket Warehouse, said: ‘The selector grabs have proven popular with many of our customers, from demolition and recycling, to the individual owner operator. 

‘They’ve been engineered with quality in mind every step of the way, whilst at the same time keeping the manufacturing and distribution model modern and efficient, which means we are able to pass on excellent value products to our customers.’

The RG series is suitable for use on 5-35 tonne excavators, but the range will be extended with additional models in 2018. The selector grabs are built from HB400 wear-resistant steel, offering longer service life and reduced maintenance requirements on site. 

The excavator attachments are also constructed with heavy-duty slew rings, while all load-bearing areas are reinforced with extra thick steel plates. Pressure relief and check valves are fitted as standard on the grabs. 

According to Bucket Warehouse, selector grabs are particularly versatile compared to a mechanical grapple. They are used extensively in demolition for primary stripping applications and waste transfer stations, due to the high level of accuracy that can be achieved during operation.

Hardlife (UK) Ltd, who trade as Bucket Warehouse in the UK, are a part of an international group based in both the UK and Norway.

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