Allied Gator adds rail breaker tooth segments

By Lindsay Gale14 August 2009

US attachment suppler Allied Gator has added new, patent pending, MT rail breaker tooth segments for its MT series Multi-Tools According to the company, the rail breaker segments bolt directly into its cracker/crusher jaw sets in minutes to allow the handling, positioning and processing of heavy rail at high speed, and also cleanly removes any concrete or asphalt bonded to the rail being processed.

The new tooth segments allows an MT tool to accurately process rail to any desired length at an average rate of six to eight breaks per minute and will initially be available for the MTR50, MTR70 and MTR90 units in the Allied Gator range.

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