Connect Work Tools adds CWP Pulverizer to its product offering

Connect Work Tools adds CWP Pulverizer to its product offering

CWP Pulverizer features crushing jaws, one-piece crushing plates and adjustable rebar cutting blades.

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Connect Work Tools, Superior, Wisconsin, has expanded its attachments for the demolition and construction industries with the addition of the CWP Pulverizer.  

“The CWP Pulverizer is a great addition to our line of hydraulic attachments. Durability, reliability and affordability are all traits we demand of our products, and the CWP Pulverizer falls right in line with the rest of our product offerings,” says Dave Cowen, North American sales manager at Connect Work Tools. 

The CWP is designed for heavy-duty applications with wide crushing jaws and an increased jaw opening to handle large materials, Connect Work Tools says. With one-piece, changeable crushing plates, the company says there is less downtime for changing teeth and less time spent welding and hard surfacing the main jaws. The crushing plates are designed with Hardox Steel and can be rebuilt and reused multiple times.

The CWP also features adjustable rebar cutting blades that can be rotated up to four times for longer blade life and a cylinder guard that has a heavy-duty design for greater protection of the cylinder during primary demolition, the company says. The internal speed valve provides faster cycle times when opening and closing the jaw, which allows for higher production.

Pulverizers can be converted from nonrotating to rotating with the purchase of a hydraulic conversion kit.