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  • Scissors grab
    Scissors grab
    • Balanced design
    • Shell type open and half-open
    • Very low centre of gravity when grab is opened
    • Extremely short withdrawal length
    • Excellent for working under hatch coaming edges
  • Clamshell grab
    Clamshell grab
    • Balanced design Very stable shell construction
    • Optimal symmetrical closing because of tooth segments
    • Low-friction cable guide with guide wheels for extremely long life span of the closing cable
    • Round knife edges to avoid damage to ship
  • Cactus grab
    Cactus grab
    • Claws made of wear-resistant steel in combination with high tensile steel
    • Optimal penetration due to moveable suspended claws
    • Robust arm construction with pivot point protection
    • Option for radiation detection on scrap grabs
    • Closing rope with guide wheels or bell mouths
  • Trimming grab
    Trimming grab
    • Specifically suited for the handling of heavy and course materials
    • Specifically employed for transfer activities below deck
    • Can easily get to places in the ship's hull that are normally difficult to reach


  • Quick release link
    Quick release link
    • Minimal fracture load of 25.000-260.000 kg
    • Safe workloads of 3.000-42.500 kg (when griping device is in operation)
    • C-section of high-grade steel, refined to a tensile strength of 1000-1100 N/mm2
    • Locking piece of high-grade steel, refined to a tensile strength of 800-1000N/mm2
  • Rope pear socket
    Rope pear socket
    • Minimal fracture load of 10.000 -240.000 kg
    • Safe workloads of 1.500-42.500 kg(when griping device is in operation)
    • Robust design
    • High-grade wear-resistant casted steel
    • Optimal fit and suited for sheave passage trolley or crane


The design of a grab is dictated by the nature of the bulk material that needs to be handled. This guarantees optimal performance of the grab. Other important factors to incorporate in the design process are the grab crane and the conditions at the work site.