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Patent Numbers 7,322,133 & 7,739,815
Canadian Patent Number 2,521,725
Mexican Patent Number 272,981
Patents Granted and Pending in many other countries
as one of five winners of the
Customers have claimed
that the penetration advantage
over a normal twin tiger is more than 2 to 1!
Penetrates like a single
yet rips the sides of the trench like a twin!
Above are images of the new MTG Systems
KingMet Version of the
part numbers MG30WR and MG55WR
available from Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.!
The Multi-Ripper Tooth is now available to
fit H&L 23 series
"flex-pin" backhoe adapters as shown below
Also available to fit Cat Style J450/460
(replaces Cat 1U3452WT, or 1U3452WTL) as shown below
Other sizes will be available in the future.
Tungsten Carbide Aplication versions also available.
Edge Attachments, Inc. introduces the new
style Multi-Ripper Tooth for contractors working in rock.
The Multi-Ripper Tooth works
on the same principal as the award winning “SHARC™”
(SHanks on an
Multi-Ripper and the standard Multi-Ripper Bucket, except it provides
this function on the tooth tip itself.
utilizes the patent pending
“SHARC” (Shanks on an ARC) Technology, meaning that the tooth
similarly to that of a trencher except it uses the hydraulic excavator
action to rip. The staggered ripper tooth tips fracture the substrate
order. No two ripper tooth tips align with each other, so that the
force is applied sequentially to each tooth point. The rolling of the
Multi-Ripper, Multi-Ripper Bucket, or even a conventional bucket by
extending the bucket cylinder, always provides the full
force individually on each tooth tip so that the substrate is ripped
tooth tip lifting action. The operator does not drag the tool, he
rolls the tool to achieve the highest breakout forces. The result is
a relatively flat shaped
ripped bottom surface due to the fact that the ripper tooth tips are
and angled such that the center of rotation is close to the excavator
stick to tool
Conventional twin tiger teeth have
two points that help to rip rock; however, they are side by side so
they come into contact with rock, the force is shared by the two
The sides of the tooth
so that the tooth can easily rip side walls of a trench and the shape
self sharpening design.
The SPRB can be used
on the Leading
Edge Attachments, Inc. Multi-Ripper Products, or it can be used on a
conventional bucket to provide increased ripping focused force.
The tooth is available to
mount readily to the existing Cat “J460” series tooth adapters, MTG
KingMet Systems 30 & 55 size class, and 23 series backhoe adapters.
performance of this style tooth exceeds all other
manufacturer designs of rock, or frost, twin tigers or single tiger
The Multi-Ripper Tooth is the
highest quality and most productive ripping
available on the market for this application,
and has patents pending worldwide.
The model shown is for
Caterpillar 330 or 345 size class (65 to 110K lb, J460) excavator.
The advantages of the
Multi-Ripper Tooth are as follows:
- Focuses entire
breakout force on one
point at a time thus increasing ripping force.
- The points lie on an
arc about the
stick pivot so that the ripped bottom stays relatively flat.
- Can be used on
or conventional buckets to help increase the ripping effect.
- The penetration of a
single tiger with the side wall ripping of a twin!
- Is designed with self
that also improve side wall ripping.
To order Call Toll Free: 866-928-5800 Fax:
508-829-4822 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Revised: February 14th, 2013