Werk-Brau’s new grading and grapple rake turns compact excavators into a landclearing or demolition machine.
The multi-tined rake attachment can be used for gathering demolition debris, removing brush, extracting roots and sorting material, among other tasks.
It can be quick-coupled and has the same curl and dump angle as a standard bucket.
The underside of the rake has tine serrations for stronger gripping force. The heavy-duty tines are supported by reinforced plates and have gussets between them for added strength and durability, the company says.
For additional gripping force, the rake can be combined with an optional thumb.
The attachment is made of wear-resistant, high-strength steel. All pivot points have hardened, greaseable bushings.