Forks lay flat to be used as regular pallet forks, but are hinged in the back and rotate to the perfect angle as you grasp any kind of product.
Heavy-duty double cylinder action moves both forks at the same time inward and outward.
Handle up to 60" B&B, up to 48" boxes, 95 gallon plastic containers, grow bags up to 65 gallons and boulders up to 5000 pounds.
They can even handle a pallet of retaining wall blocks! Perfect for landscape distribution centers, landscapers and wholesale nurseries!
** Pressure relief couplers release the pressure on the attachment using a check valve inside the fitting.
(2) DIFFERENT SIZE PADDLES 72"x5" & 80"X5"
UPGRADDED PREASURE RELIEF COUPLERS -ALLOWS EASIER CONNECTION TO MACHINE
FLOW CONTROL - ALLOWS YOU TO CONTROL SPEED OF PADDLE MOVEMENT
BOX PADDLES - PADDLES MADE A 9 DEGREE ANGLE FOR LOADING BOXED MATERIALS
** Paddle length is the total length, and does not reflect the total usable length.
6" TREAD PLATE
SPREAD OF FORKS
14" - 41"
OPEN AT TIPS
14" - 41"
How To Determine Which Model of Nursery Jaws To Choose
By asking the right questions, you can easily determine which Nursery Jaws best fit your operation. For example, a small landscaper with a 1200lb lift capacity loader does not need a Nursery Jaws 2. Conversely, a large wholesaler with a 3000 lb capacity loader should not have a Nursery Jaws Jr. There are a few exceptions to every rule, but here are a few guidelines to follow.
What material s will the Pallet Paws handle?Up to 60" B&B, up to 48" boxes, plastic containers, grow-bags up to 65 gallons and rocks and boulders up to 5000 pounds. Loader requirements?1500-3000lbs rated lift capacity Characteristics of the Pallet Paws?The Pallet Paws is a Pallet Fork/Nursery Jaws combination unit. Forks lay flat to be used as regular pallet forks, but they are hinged in the back and rotate to the perfect angle as you grasp any kind of product. Heavy-duty double cylinder action moves both forks inward and outward at the same time.
Do I need to upgrade to pressure relief fittings?My opinion is yes. Attachments can build pressure from the machines they are on or weather from sitting. With a standard fitting the only way to release pressure is to crack a hydraulic line. This can hurt someone or create a mess that can damage vegetation.
Do I need flow control or a manual valve?In most cases no. You add this option if you are worried that your operators will crush the products by not controlling the speed of the attachment.
Do I need a Box style paddle?In most cases no. You only add this option if the material you handle are contained in boxes. This is mostly done in CA.
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