MGF Pipe Lifter

An excavator quick hitch attachment, ideal for the safe and rapid handling and laying of concrete pipes ranging from 0.3m to 1.2m nominal diameter.

KEY PRODUCT FEATURES:

  • 30º tilt for guiding pipes into position
  • Avoids need to access wagon bed during unloading
  • Avoids need for ground workers in the trench during pipe installation

COMPATIBLE WITH:

  • Geith Quick Coupler: QC65H, QH65M, QC80H, QH80M (H)(M),QH100 (H)(M)
  • Miller Quick Hitch: Range 4,5,6,7,8 and 9
  • Hill TEFRA Quick Coupler: Size Class 13t, 16t, 21t, 25t, 30t and 35t

£6,999.99 ex. VAT

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Technical Specification

Specification
Safe Working Load3700kg
Pipe Nominal Diameter300mm – 1200mm
Max Pipe Length2600mm
Pipelifter Weight680kg
Height1600mm
Length1530mm

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Pipelifter – c/w Carry Stand, 65mm Pin Head, Pipelifter – c/w Carry Stand, 80mm Pin Head, Pipelifter – c/w Carry Stand, 90mm Pin Head, Pipelifter – c/w Carry Stand, 110mm Pin Head

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