The SuperGrip, which was the name of the standard model when first launched, made its debut in 1993 (the “std” suffix was added only after the reinforced S-models were introduced a few years later). Thanks to technical innovations, and the use of high-strength steel throughout together with factory-fitted expander pins, it proved an immediate success among users.
REFINED OVER TWO DECADES
Since its launch in 1993, we’ve continually refined the SuperGrip and watched with delight as its use has spread throughout the world. Our efforts to reach perfection, however, never end. So despite the success of the SuperGrip std, we continue the work to refine the forefather of modern log grapples.
A RELIABLE LOG GRAPPLE
Downtime in the forest costs money. That’s why we made the SuperGrip std strong and durable, so that you avoid standstills. Despite this, it doesn’t have an ounce of plate more than absolutely necessary. This is to keep the weight down so you can even mount it on a smaller forwarder crane or maybe your timber truck.
WORKS UNDER PRESSURE
The SuperGrip std is fully robot-welded and equipped with a sturdy, end-position-damped cylinder. So it can handle high pressure both in the field and hydraulically, the latter up to 250 bar. Did we mention that it’s fitted with expander pins as standard? This means no play anywhere in the grapple.