Genesis Attachments has released the new GRX 295, the second model in the Razer X multi-jaw demolition tool line.
Featuring jaw change-outs in two minutes or less with the excavator operator staying in the cab, the GRX 295 is available with shear, cracker or pulverizer jaws. Jaw openings range from 20 inches for the shear jaw to 38 inches for the cracker and pulverizer. Jaw depths are 20, 32 and 30 inches for the shear, cracker and pulverizer jaws respectively.
The 295 Razer X is designed for 66,000-pound minimum excavator weight, versus the 395 Razer X, which is designed for 90,000-pound minimum excavator weight.
The GRX's short, flat-top head with bolt-on bracket shortens the centre of gravity, making it easy to change mounting for different carriers. The heavy-duty pivot design is integral to the jaw set, providing a power curve to match each jaw's primary application and versatility for concrete and structural steel recycling, C & D processing, and general and bridge demolition.
As one of the latest models in the R2-Series excavator lineup, the Bobcat® E88 delivers durability, performance and quality for more productivity. Technically speaking, it's a compact machine, but it brings big performance with its redesigned engine and optimized lift performance, plus undercarriage and counterweight improvements. All these enhancements make this excavator one of the highest-performing models in its size class. With impressive over-the-side lift capacity, you can dig with greater confidence over the side of the machine. Put it to the test against similar models from other manufacturers. You'll see that the E88 can outwork the competition.