Our X-Series spreader has evolved further from just a normal hydraulic spreader. All achieved by a total re-design. The jaw is the key to a successful operation. It has to transfer the power of the spreader into a small area. Extensive research resulted in the optimal jaw design.

LARGER OPENING, SMALLER DESIGN

The maximum opening angle of our hydraulic spreader has a large impact on the actual spreading performance. Practice shows that an angle larger than approximately 150° loses its practical spreading capabilities. 

DUCK BEAK TIPS

Small inclined tip for control

Interlocking design

Gives low insertion height

GRADUAL SLOPE

Easy to get into the gap step-by-step

BIDIRECTIONAL TIPS

For unmatched grip on modern car constructions

  • RAVE STRUT

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    • 600

    • 880

    • 1400

    • 2300

    • EX 150

    • EX 300

    • EX 600

    • EX 900

  • LIFE AND MOTION TRACER LM1

    • DF066S CONCRETE CRUSHER C4

    • DF066S CONCRETE CRUSHER C6

    • NT2

    • NT4

    • NT2

    • NT4

    • NT8

  • LT ONE S5

    • X2 SPREADER

    • X4 SPREADER

    • X6 SPREADER

    • V2 RAM

    • V3T RAM

    • V4 RAM

    • V5T RAM

    • V6 RAM

    • HOSEREELS 1X20M

    • HOSEREELS 2X20M

    • MAXI GX160 E-START MTO 3SR STD

    • MAXI GX160 MTO 3SR SHR 2X20M

    • MAXI GX160S MTO 3SR IHR 2X20M

    • MAXI GX160S MTO 3SR SHR 2X20M

    • MIDI GXR100 MTO 2X2 3SR +SMART

    • MIDI GXR100 STO 1x1 3SR +SMART

    • MIDI GXR120 MTO 2X2 3SR LW

    • MIDI GXR120 STO 1x1 3SR LW

    • MINI GXH50 STO 1x1 3SR +SMART

    • MINI GXH50 STO 1X1 3SR LW

    • TWIN HOSE ROLL NEO1 RQ BLUE

    • TWIN HOSE ROLL NEO1 RQ GREEN

    • TWIN HOSE ROLL NEO1 RQ RED

    • FX4-DJ FRONTLINER

    • FX6-DJ FRONTLINER

    • G4WX FRONTLINER

  • Q1 MINI CUTTER

    • G4A CUTTER

    • G4W CUTTER

    • G6A CUTTER

    • G6C CUTTER

    • G6W CUTTER

    • G6W-FR CUTTER

    • G8C CUTTER

    • G8W CUTTER

  • X2 EDD SPREADER

  • V4 EDD RAM

    • FX4-Fj EDD FRONTLINER

    • FX6-Fj EDD FRONTLINER

    • G4WX EDD FRONTLINER

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