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FTG Forestry Timber Grapple Grab

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Features

Loader, Excavator or Handler Control Method
Hydraulic Power Options
4 models within the range
Can be supplied with rotator

We have 4 sizes of grapple to suit most forestry tasks.
Please see details below. To discuss base machine suitability, please contact our product specialists today.

We stock four grab models from manufacturers FTG (Forest Technology Group) who are based in Sweden and Lithuania. These models offer a compact option for applications on smaller base machines.

FTG FB 260 Grab: Weighing 115kg and opening to 135cm.
FTG FB 190 Grab: Weighing 68kg and opening to 120cm.
FTG FB 160 Grab: Weighing 55kg and opening to 101cm.
FTG FB 120 Grab: Weighing 40kg and opening to 76cm.

Advanced Service Commitment

We have a national network of Regional Service Engineers in well stocked service vans to ensure you get the most from your machinery.
Our fully trained Engineers can carry out a wide range of services from warranty/breakdown support, annual servicing, training and testing to suit your needs.
Learn more about Service & Maintenance

 
Contact our product specialist Kris Wilson directly
 
01556 612 233 kris@jaspwilson.co.uk
 
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