Hunklinger allortech

Paver laying clamp increases efficiency

14 years ago, Hunklinger brought its first paver laying clamp to the market in order to equip mini excavators with an adequate paver clamp.

The first model of the paver clamp of Hunklinger was deliberately constructed quite solid, consequently requiring the mini excavator to have a certain operating weight of at least approx. 3.5 - 4.0 tons. Up to the present day, further models were developed being suitable for more and more smaller carriers such as mini excavators with an operating weight of at least approx. 1.6 tons or conventional paving machines.

The actual benefit for the existing...

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