Rotobec Demolition Grapples Designed for Versatility

Rotobec Demolition Grapples Designed for Versatility

Power Attachment Grapples can be used in C&D, recycling and general contracting.

  • April 17, 2013
  • CDR Staff

The Rotobec Power Attachment (RPA) Demolition grapples offers reliability and versatility, according to Rotobec, Sainte-Justine, Quebec, Canada. The grapple can accomplish demanding jobs in construction and demolition, recycling, landscaping and general contracting, the company adds. It can be equipped with either a dangling or positioned rotator. A positioned continuous rotator minimizes excavator travel, which reduces fuel consumption, undercarriage wear and maintenance costs.

The RPA features high-pressure cylinders, an integrated valve-on-swivel option and an interlocking design for increased strength and durability. Other configurations available include rake, bucket, trash and pulp.
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