Genesis is ‘Razer-sharp’ on high reach

By Steve Ducker05 February 2016

GDT Razer

GDT Razer

Genesis Attachments has launched its GDT Razer demolition tool designed for today’s new classes of excavators and high reach applications.

Featuring a lighter-weight design, the GDT 190 and GDT 290 are optimised to fit on standard 200 and 300 class excavators, respectively, as well as most high reach demolition machines.

The company said that a short, flat-top head with bolt-on bracket makes installation simple, shortens the centre of gravity and makes it easier to switch the tool between excavators.

The GDT Razer easily processes a variety of materials with its customisable crushing tooth configurations. The number of crushing teeth and their locations can be customised to meet project needs, and the bolt-on teeth are said to be not only easy to install, but can be interchanged and reversed front to back for longer life and lower cost of operation and ownership.

Metal cutting blades in the back of the jaw are four-way indexable and feature an apex design that draws material deeper into the jaw for more efficient cutting.

To further improve productivity and reliability, the GDT Razer also features a pass-through lower jaw to prevent material build-up and jamming, as well as a reverse-mounted cylinder for protection from damaging debris.

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