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Quicke expands Powergrab series with two new bucket grabs

Quicke is expanding its successful Powergrab series with two additions (the Powergrab L+/XL+) designed to serve the premium performance range

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The Powergrab L+ is designed for loaders with a lift capacity of up to 5.5T

Ideal for performance-focused users with high feed rates, the Powergrab L+ is designed for loaders with a lift capacity of up to 5.5 tonnes and the Powergrab XL+ for loaders with a lift capacity of up to 10 tonnes.

These two newcomers to the range are powerful bucket grabs for silage handling with large front loaders, telehandlers, and wheel loaders.

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The new models will be available in NZ for autumn 2024

As highly efficient tools for silage removal, the new Powergrab models are ideally suited to farms with high feed rates. Their powerful cylinders can handle all types of silage — grass and corn silage, loose feed, and liquids.

The Powergrab L+ and XL+ are also an excellent addition to any anaerobic digestion operation. With a large volume capacity and clean operation, it will save time when handling/rehandling whole crop maize, vegetable, and other farm waste associated with the anaerobic digestion process.

The first-class workmanship is robust with a well-proven design that minimises disruptions to productivity and creates reassuring reliability. For wheel loaders with Z-link kinematics and M24 BOH system, the two new models offer significant improvements. The grabber design has been optimised and now has four bearings for improved stability. A cut-out has also been added to the grabber to allow it to be used on loaders with Z-link kinematics. This makes the two new Powergrab models particularly attractive to a wide range of customers.

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The new models are ideally suited to farms with high feed rates

Both the Powergrab L+ and XL+ are available with the M24 bolt-on-hook system, which allows them to be used with all popular loader types. Both new Powergrab models hold silage loads securely in place. The side plates and side tines of the bucket are designed to efficiently prevent the load from falling out at the side, and the bucket body features an integrated spill guard at the top to prevent spillage.

The Quicke brand, owned by Ålö and JOST Agriculture, is supported in New Zealand by Norwood. The Powergrab L+ and Powergrab XL+ give farmers with high power requirements extra efficiency and will be available in New Zealand for autumn 2024.

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