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Igland Multi-Grip Pallet Fork Grip


Supporting Information



Pallet Forks Control Method
Hydraulic Power Options
Grab will moved to a fully upright position

This Pallet fork Grip is designed for fitment on to a pallet fork framework. Suitable as a factory installed or can easily be mounted on a pallet fork frame later on. It is very well suited to pinch over firewood, bales of hay, logs, or can be used as support when pallet fork is in use. The Pallet fork Grip does not interfere with the function of the pallet fork when multigrip is in open position, ideal product for those who does not want to take it off when the multigrip is not in use.

We can supply these with or without forks, please see our Adjustable Pallet Forks.

NB!! The multigrip Pallet fork Grip is only suitable for light duties when moving timber logs. For more heavy applications, please see our Botex Log Beak or the Igland GR-20.

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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.
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Contact our product specialist Kris Wilson directly
01556 612 233
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