LaBounty introduces two new demolition attachments
New MRX and MRP hydraulic attachments add to expansive assortment of demolition tools
The MRX provides maximum productivity with minimal maintenance. Designed for efficient downsizing and equipped with 360-degree rotation, the MRX is useful for both primary and secondary demolition and offsite concrete processing.
The MRX has a short center of gravity for optimal control and maneuverability and features an interchangeable jaw with options for a concrete pulverizer, concrete cracker, or shear. Additional product details include:
- Open lower jaw, which improves penetration and rapidly downsizes material
- Wide jaw for ultimate efficiency
- Dual rotation motors with superior holding power and durability
- Replaceable wear areas
LaBounty also added the Mobile Rotation Pulverizer (MRP) to its lineup. The MRP is a similar design to the MRX but has a dedicated concrete pulverizer jaw. At a lower weight and lower price point, the MRP is a good option for users who are seeking increased maneuverability and reliability.
"With these new additions to LaBounty's lineup, we've dramatically expanded the solutions available for our demolition customers," said Michael Moriarty, Director of Product Management at STANLEY Infrastructure. "Regardless of the scale of the project, we've got the right attachment to couple with our industry-leading knowhow and technical support."
With the additions of the MRX and MRP, LaBounty now offers the most expansive assortment of demolition tools in North America. Variety in LaBounty's demolition portfolio provides the market a "one-stop shop" for demolition attachments best suited for any application or budget. Backed by LaBounty, a pioneer of the demolition industry, the MRX and MRP are supported by a team that supplies access to endless product and application knowledge for every project.
For more information, call your local LaBounty dealer or visit https://www.stanleyinfrastructure.com/brands/labounty
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