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Rockland H23 Excavator Grapples.

Rockland Heavy-Duty H23 Excavator Grapples are designed for working in severe conditions presented in demolition, rock handling and land clearing applications.

* The H23 is comprised of a narrow two-tine clamp and wider three-tine frame built from high-strength alloy steel plate with reinforcement at all critical stress points.

* Designed for both clamping and digging.

* All Rockland grapples are equipped with replaceable wear plates at the front and rear of each tine, as well as heat-treated pivot pins and bushings for additional strength, according to a news release from the manufacturer.

* Pin and bushing kits are available for grapple interchangeability between machines, allowing contractors to use their equipment fleets efficiently on different job sites.


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Title Annotation:PRODUCTS
Publication:Construction & Demolition Recycling
Date:Nov 1, 2007
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