Stanley adds to pulveriser and breaker ranges

By Lindsay Gale23 February 2011

The new LaBountry MDP20R pulveriser is intended for use on carriers weighing from 18 to 25 tonnes

The new LaBountry MDP20R pulveriser is intended for use on carriers weighing from 18 to 25 tonnes

Stanley Hydraulic Tools has announced the launch of two new attachments for construction equipment. The first is the new 1,955 kg (4,300 lb) LaBounty MDP20R demolition processor designed for use on 18 to 25 tonne carriers. According to the company, it is a mid-sized processor that can separate concrete from rebar in just seven seconds and weighs less than competitive models.

Stanley says that it offers one of the highest power-to-weight-ratios in its class, which results in greater safety and stability of its carrier. Reverse cylinder technology secures the cylinder rod in the stick body for protection from outside debris. The new pulveriser makes use of LaBounty's Swift-Lock process that allows a complete jaw set to be opined on in minutes. Each tooth is fastened with a single pin and retainer ring, and is rotated for even wear to maximise service life.

In a separate announcement, Stanley announced the launch of the MB05 Three-in-One breaker. This 368.2 kg (810 lb) tool is designed for use on skid steer loaders weighing from 3,182 kg (7,000 lb) skid steers and 3,636 kg (8,000 lb) mini excavators. On skid steers, the tool has a four-position bracket that spins into position, allowing the carrier to operate from multiple angles without the need for back plate changes. A side-plated model easily attaches to mini excavators with two pins or through a bolt-on quick coupling process.

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