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Caterpillar Grapple Rakes

October 18th, 2007


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Company: Caterpillar Inc

Released in 2007, Caterpillar’s two industrial grapple rakes equip skid-steer loaders and multi-terrain loaders for debris cleanup and land-clearing tasks. Each of the bucket-like rakes feature tines on the floor to allow dirt and small material to sift through while catching large material. Hydraulically operated dual, independent grapple assemblies clamp and hold irregularly shaped materials when carrying and truck loading. The smaller rake has nine tines and the larger one has 11. The grapples open vertically to 37 inches to grab large objects, and clamping force is 2,250 pounds per grapple.

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