Attachments, Earthmoving Equipment

ANT International rock grabs backed by Hardox steel

ANT International's static and hydraulic rock grabs use wear plates made with Hardox to combat the toughest Australian landscapes

In the rugged terrains of Australia, durability isn’t just a preference; it’s a necessity. That’s why ANT International uses Hardox steel wear plates for its static and hydraulic rock grabs.

Used for heavy-duty applications, ANT International’s entire rock grab range is built from Hardox to ensure durability, longevity and reliability.

“Australia’s diverse landscape demands equipment that can adapt swiftly to various terrains, from rocky outcrops to sandy soils,” ANT International says.

“They efficiently handle diverse materials, from heavy rocks and sandstone blocks to tree limbs, with ease and precision.

“This adaptability not only enhances productivity but also minimises downtime, ensuring your projects stay on schedule even in the toughest environments.”

When working with hydraulic attachments – especially rock grabs subjected to intense abrasion and impact – Hardox plates offer a unique advantage.

Hardox steel is manufactured to withstand ‘extreme wear resistance’ to extend service life of earthmoving equipment, the supplier says.

“We received a good response from our clients about the use of genuine Hardox wear plate in the construction of our buckets and rock grabs and our membership in the ‘Hardox in my Body’ program,” ANT International says.

“Choosing an ANT International Hardox armoured attachment isn’t just a purchase, it’s an investment in reliability.

“These attachments epitomise strength, durability and performance, standing as a testament to our commitment to provide top-notch equipment tailored for the demanding Australian market.”

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