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The New Kenco Barrier Lift
The Kenco Barrier Lift can be used on any concrete median barriers, sound walls, curbing & piling. Also great for aligning barriers that have already been placed.
Is ready for operation by simply using a lifting sling such as the Kenco RigMAX attached to any type or model of machine with lifting capabilities.
Elastomer pads provide superior performance even in wet weather.
All models are available with optional self-aligning guides. The guides extend down from one set of the pads to allow the lifter to align itself with the barrier wall whenever the lifter is lowered into position. This optional feature can also be purchased separately to attach to earlier models of the Kenco barrier lift.
Lifting capacities are available from 1500 to 30,000 pounds.
Kenco furnishes attachments for excavators from mini to 200,000 pounds, wheel loaders from 1 to 40 yards, dozers, and skid steer machines.
MC3 ‘Mini’ Lifter
The MC3, with a 6,600 lb lifting capacity, is a groundbreaking new fully self contained lifter designed with the underground utility contractor in mind. Since the lifter is self contained, your options for the host machine are endless. The lifter attaches to normal size host machines, as well as mini excavators,
skid steer loaders, and others, thanks to its light dry weight of 900 lbs.
The MC 3 is a rated up to 3 metric ton capacity, enabling you to lift and
move steel plate, concrete slab, landscape rock, steel and poly pipe,
and many other types of material.
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