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Geith ripper provides rock-breaking alternative

Geith ripper provides rock-breaking alternative

Designed for use with excavators ranging in size from 4 to 80 tons, the Geith ripper penetrates and scores tough, hard and frozen ground. Standard design features include a replaceable tooth and wear shroud, reinforcing gussets and side wear protection plates — extending the life of the ripper. The ripper’s heavy-duty steel shank further increases ripping power.

Compared to a hydraulic breaker, the Geith ripper provides operators with a cost-effective and low maintenance alternative to rock breaking. In addition, the Geith ripper enables operators to extract rock in areas where blasting is strictly prohibited.

Using a Geith quick coupler, excavator operators can transition from ripping to loading in less than a minute by simply replacing the ripper with a bucket from the comfort of their cabs.

Company info

2905 Shawnee Industrial Way
Suwanee, GA
US, 30024

Website:
geith.com/na

Phone number:
800-762-4090

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