H4T Four Tine Hydraulic Scrap Grapple

 H4T Hydraulic Grapple

Anvils H4T Four Tine Hydraulic Grapples are designed for general purpose scrap operations.  They are the most robust grapple in the market today.

CYLINDERS

  • Updated design to increase performance and reliability
  • Inertia welded rod eye
  • 35% Increased surface area at lower cylinder pin connection
  • Grease seals added to lower pin connection
  •  Bronze bushing replaces spherical bearing
  • 2 inch cylinder pins with wider bushings and grease seals
  • Cylinders are over-sized and pressure tested for both high and lower pressure applications
  • Cylinder covers are standard and protect cylinder hoses against damage
  • Rod covers protect cylinder rod against damage

ROTATION

  • Separate components allowing for maximum durability
  • Bearings have 30% Higher Load Ratings
  •  Motor & swivel features built in cross over relief-prevents damage from pressure spikes
  • Swivel is rated at 5000 PSI
  • Upgraded wear-bands for longer life

TIN PIN CONNECTION

  • Improved design offers 2X longer life
  • 35% Increased surface area at tine pin connection
  • Sealed connection retains grease
  • Pins and bushings are over-sized and heat treated for maximum wear life

TINES

  • Proven modular design to decrease stress while increasing structural integrity
  • High strength wear resistant alloy steel
  • In house Finite Element Analysis and 3D design
  • Tines are T-1 (A514) alloy steel for longer wear life
  • Tine points are replaceable 400 BHN wear resistant alloy steel

MATERIALS

H4T Grapples are designed for general scrap operations.  Some other materials handled include:

  • Scrap
  • Rip Rap
  • Stones

INDUSTRIES

H4T Grapples are most commonly used in the Scrap and Recycling industries, they are most often used with a Material Handler such as a Sennebogen or Liehberr but are also used on excavators.  They are often found in industries such as:

  • Scrap
  • Construction
  • Ports & Stevedoreing

OPTIONS

H4T Hydraulic Scrap grapples are available with a wide range of tine liner options to fit your individual scrap requirements.  The general rule of thumb is the narrower the tine, the better it will penetrate large scrape, the wider tines are used for shred and small scrap.  Semi-enclosed is the most popular style and comes standard.

TINE LINER OPTIONS

FOR DETAILED OPTION INFORMATION

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