Canada: Rotobec Announces Addition to Clamshell Grapple Line

Rotobec Announces Addition to Clamshell Grapple Line

Rotobec has announced the addition of a light duty series to clamshell grapple line.

These light duty grapples are ideal for light material such as grain, wood chips etc. The lighter duty grapples are available from half a cubic yard to 15 cubic yard plus.

The Rotobec Clamshell Bucket is optimal for unique material handling. They are made for excavators and material handlers ranging from 15,000-200,000+ lbs.

The CSB line is also available for environmental applications.

Dredging Today Staff, December 14, 2011; Image: rotobec

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