BLOCK GRABS2018-11-08T13:14:23+00:00
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BLOCK GRABS

At McQuaid Engineering Ltd. we manufacture a full range of mechanical block grabs. Our scissor grabs are designed to lift a number of materials such as bricks, blocks, kerb stones and paving blocks. They can be used with cranes, forklift trucks, telehandlers and excavators. Fully mechanically operated the driver has no need to leave the safety of their seat.

An automatic locking mechanism holds the grab open between lifts, allowing quick and easy single person operation. This allows for much greater efficiency loading and unloading. With no need to move multi-way pallets backwards and forwards, unnecessary waste on the building site is eliminated, saving both time and money.

McQuaid block grabs are made to lift very heavy loads, and their adjustable design can be adapted to a wide variety of different jobs. Heavy duty rubber pads not only allow for easy replacement, but also give an enhanced grip on uneven surfaces.  All of our block grabs are fully certified and tested before dispatch, giving you total peace of mind.

Features:

  • Can handle common building packs of blocks, bricks and kerbs up to a SWL of 2200kg
  • Compatible with a wide range of carriers; forklifts, telehandlers, cranes, and excavators
  • Automatic catch mechanism enables a single operator to stack or unstack secure loads
  • Height adjustment supports
  • Lifting eye for attaching to crane or hook via a drop chain
  • External handles for ease of operation

Benefits:

  • Fully certified
  • Fully complies with the most stringent safety requirements
  • Removes the need for pallets
  • Enhanced grip on uneven surfaces
  • Minimal maintenance requirements

In addition to the block grabs we also stock safety nets, chains and fork attachments. The use of a net is recommended to increase safety and to ensure that no damage will be caused if your load comes loose from the block grab. It is important to note that loose or split packs should not be lifted. All packs should be strapped for safety.