Equipment Type

 Rippers

products

Anbo Manufacturing says its Extractor is designed to dig up large rocks and stumps with the least amount of force or soil disturbance.

Designed to work in compacted soil, shale, limestone rock and coal, Bron offers the 4000 vibratory ripper for dozers up to 1,200 horsepower.

The offset single pointed ripper's design allows the entire breakout force of the carrier to be focused on one shorter tooth and rip a side wall flat.

Nye

Originally conceived for ripping shale in the Canadian Maritimes, Nye Manufacturing's Mother Of All Rippers (MOAR) excavator attachments are built with additional steel plates.

The X-Ripper sports a contoured adapter design, a lifting eye positioned to facilitate handling, and it works with or without pin-style quick couplers.

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