Geith, Inc.2905 Shawnee Industrial Way
The Geith progressive linkage (pro-link) hydraulic thumb provides up to 180 degrees of rotation, allowing operators to pick up and place rocks, tree stumps, pipes, recyclable materials and other irregular shaped objects closer to the excavator. The extended range of motion provides for greater grabbing ability and a Universal Linkage Pivot System allows the pro-link thumb to be installed on any excavator arm without removing of the dipper arm linkage.
Designed for use with excavators and backhoe loaders weighing between 6 and 26 tons, the new Geith tilting coupler allows operators to more precisely position the bucket or attachment without having to reposition the machine – increasing overall productivity and versatility. The tilting coupler provides up to 180 degrees of side-to-side rotation – depending on the model.
The Geith progressive linkage (pro-link) hydraulic thumb provides up to 180 degrees of rotation, allowing operators to pick up and place rocks, tree stumps and pipes — among other odd-shaped objects — closer to the excavator. The pro-link thumb’s universal pivot linkage system enables it to be installed on any excavator arm — without requiring the removal of the dipper arm linkage.
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.
Designed for use with excavators weighing between 8,000 and 115,000 pounds, Geith heavy-duty grapples are ideal for demolition, scrap handling and land clearing projects — handling heavy objects such as broken pavement, oversized branches and large boulders with ease.
The new Geith Generation 3 (G3) hydraulic quick coupler provides operators with a safe, simple, proven and durable design by which to change attachments on the jobsite, decreasing downtime and increasing overall productivity.