JRB Multi Pick-Up Coupler Makes Switching Attachments Quick & Easy
The patent pending JRB Multi Pick-Up Coupler by Paladin Construction Group was designed specifically to pick up and work with attachments such as JRB 416, JRB ISO, John Deere 416, John Deere Hi-Viz, Volvo, JCB and other ISO attachments in front end wheel loader applications. This design provides quick coupling capabilities that allow you to safely switch attachments in the shortest amount of time.
For versatility, the JRB Multi Pick-Up Coupler utilizes a 2-cylinder design that accommodates any number of “quick hitch” style attachments. In a matter of seconds, an operator can switch from a bucket to a boom, forklift, broom or other attachment without leaving the cab or requiring the assistance of additional personnel. This means more productivity, less downtime and greater job efficiency which translates to improved profitability.
The JRB Multi Pick-Up Coupler is designed to maximize load transfer and help maintain machine performance. This lower offset improves performance and breakout force.
The coupler incorporates a lock-out feature that prevents the cylinders from retracting without operator intervention. As with all of our couplers and attachments, Paladin Construction Group provides safety information and training for all operators as well as other work-site personnel. Daily inspection before operation is always a safety recommendation.
Paladin Construction Group is a leading manufacturer of attachments throughout North America for the construction, aggregate, agriculture, landscaping, land clearing, recycle, mining, demolition, utility, aviation and municipal market segments. For more information about Paladin’s entire attachment offering, call 800-428-2538; fax 330-734-3018; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.paladinbrands.com.
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