Ignite Attachments, a manufacturer of compact equipment attachments, has launched a new line of grapple attachments for construction and landscaping applications. The root grapple headlined the grapple line launch in late April, with the bucket grapple following the first week of May, the rock grapple the second week of May and a rake grapple to come later this year.
Ignite Attachments hopes to revolutionize compact equipment operations in industries that utilize mini excavators, compact wheel loaders, multi-terrain loaders, compact track loaders and skid steer loaders with their projects.
Ignite Attachment’s grapple lineup offers powerful, versatile tools that allow equipment operators to pick up and move heavy objects, such as logs, rocks, roots and debris, without sacrificing heavy-duty performance capability. The Ignite grapple attachment is designed to fit a selection of machines and can be used in construction, demolition or landscaping projects. You will be able to find the root, rock and bucket grapples in 82-in., 74-in., 68-in. and 62-in. models.
“We are thrilled to introduce the grapple line to our customers,” said Matthew Foley, lead engineer, at Ignite Attachments. “We have worked tirelessly to design products that are both highly durable and highly functional that allow you to find a better way to do more, for less.”
Ignite Attachment’s grapple line is capable of picking up and moving objects of various shapes and sizes. Its powerful jaws can grip objects securely, preventing slips or falls during transport. The grapple attachments are also equipped with two independent grapples that allow operators to adjust the grip on irregular shaped objects.
“We believe that this grapple line will be a game changer for the compact equipment industry,” said Foley. “Their versatility and ease of use make it a must-have tool for compact equipment operators. We are excited to offer these quality products at an accessible price to our customers, and we look forward to seeing how it will help them accomplish their project goals.”