Genesis Expands LPX Line

Genesis Expands LPX Line

Attachment company debuts new multi-function processing attachment.

April 3, 2013
CDR Staff
Equipment & Products

Genesis Attachments, Superior, Wis., has announced the expansion of its Logix Processor LXP product family with the introduction of the LXP 800. The model offers the LXP line’s largest jaw openings, jaw depths and capacities, says the company.

Featuring concrete pulverizer, shear and concrete cracker jaw openings of 61, 40 and 71 inches and jaw depths of 39, 35 and 50 inches, respectively, Genesis says the LXP 800 is a powerful demolition tool for large columns, structures and projects. The LXP 800 model is designed to fit 90,000- to 150,000-pound excavators.

“Conversations with contractors and an analysis of tools on the market identified the need for a versatile, interchangeable-jaw attachment that has bigger jaw openings and depths,” says Steve Letko, Genesis engineering services manager. “The Genesis LXP has always been a powerful concrete processor that enables customers to change-out jaw sets in 15 minutes to meet the needs of their application, but now it provides even more power and capacity, opening the door for demolition contractors to use one tool on a job that previously required two or to bid on jobs on which they previously might not have been able,” he adds.
Genesis Attachments designs and makes shears, grapples, concrete processors and specialty attachments for the scrap processing, demolition, material handling and offshore decommissioning industries.