SuperGrip II-R

As part of the SuperGrip II series, the SuperGrip II-R was launched at the start of the new millennium. We took the basic characteristics of the successful SuperGrip – the geometry, the gripping force, the expander pins – and modernized the design.

As demand for bioenergy gradually grows, so do the requirements for grapples for harvesting forest residue. The SuperGrip II-R is a good example of this development.

DESIGNED SPECIALLY FOR FOREST RESIDUE

The characteristics of the SuperGrip II-R are, essentially, the same as the rest of the SuperGrip II series, although we’ve developed this model with a special focus on forwarding brushwood and tree residue. So the SuperGrip II-R is a somewhat lighter brushwood grapple. Its predecessor, the SuperGrip R, has heavier reinforcements under the boom line and is a more suitable choice for handling stumps.

SAME STRONG COMPONENTS

Just like the other grapples in the SuperGrip II series, the R-model has both a frame and arms of high-strength robot-welded metal plate, a solid cast metal brace with steel bushings, and a powerful cylinder able to handle up to 250 bar. Need we mention that the pins are of the expander type?

SGII 260R SGII 260R
SGII 300R SGII 300R
SGII 360R SGII 360R
SGII 420R SGII 420R
Compare the models
SGII 260R

SGII 260R

Grapple Area 0.26 m2
Max. Load 3 000 kg
Weight 230 kg

SGII 300R

SGII 300R

Grapple Area 0.30 m2
Max. Load 3 000 kg
Weight 234 kg

SGII 360R

SGII 360R

Grapple Area 0.36 m2
Max. Load 4 000 kg
Weight 362 kg

SGII 420R

SGII 420R

Grapple Area 0.42 m2
Max. Load 4 000 kg
Weight 398 kg

Technical specifications