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AMI Attachments' Graptor Bucket grips with confidence

AMI Attachments' Graptor Bucket grips with confidence

The Graptor Bucket for excavators and backhoe loaders, from AMI Attachments, is ideal for handling large, heavy objects or grabbing bucketfuls of debris.  

• Powered by a helical actuator fitted into the crossbar, the Graptor features holding strength up to 54,000 ft.-lbs. of torque at 3,000 psi.
• The Graptor's superior grip confidently handles heavy and awkward loads throughout the full rotation of the bucket.
• Made with Hardox and Strenx, the Graptor's aggressive serrated side bars, welded in place, provide maximum grip for abrasive applications, including construction, scrap and C&D.

Check out Heavy Equipment Guide's  Annual Attachments Guide for 2019 in the April issue

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1270 Geddes Street
Hawkesville, ON
CA, N0B 1X0

Website:
amiattachments.com

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