The Sevaan Group introduces a new heavy duty range of post removers based on its successful Sevinn XPR post and picket removers.

The larger version of the Sevaan XPR range is designed to meet even greater challenges from the agriculture, rail, general manufacturing and construction, roadwork, council, defence, and concrete sectors.

The Sevinn Heavy Duty XPR post removers are ideal for really big spikes, star pickets, posts and poles that have been in the ground for a long time and are extremely difficult to pull out. The heavy duty version is used to pull out posts that cannot be removed by the original XPR model.

Similar to the original XPR, the heavy duty model will lift any post from the ground regardless of its profile so long as it fits within its patented jaw system. Offering twice as much lifting power as the standard XPR, the Heavy Duty XPR post removers feature a base pedal assembly about twice the length of the original design. However, it weighs a mere 6.9kg, a little more than the 4.45kg weight of the original version.

When positioned on ground level, its friction blade digs into the periphery of the post at an acute angle and gives the post no option except to move upwards and out of the ground, once the operator begins the downward foot pumping action.

Key features of Sevinn Heavy Duty XPR post removers:

  • Removes posts without bending it, allowing reuse
  • Provides the additional upward pressure to successfully move star pickets through clay soils
  • Allows fast, safe removal of fence posts and pickets regularly used in the agricultural industry, construction sites, mines and quarries as well as in public works
  • Mechanical product has absolutely no automation
  • Delivers an extremely high level of mechanical advantage, requiring just minor exertion from an operator using one foot
  • Strong mechanical advantage allows safe and easy removal of star posts, Y-star posts and T-sections
  • Works from the ground level, eliminating any human lift factor
  • Requires no more energy or force than that required by a common foot pump used to inflate a bicycle tyre
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