Sevaan Group releases new Sevinn heavy duty post remover

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Metal fabrication manufacturing company Sevaan Group has introduced a heavy-duty version of its Sevinn XPR post and picket remover to remove tougher posts or larger pickets.

Sevaan Group releases new Sevinn heavy duty post remover
The heavy duty XPR post remover released by Sevinn and distributed by Sevaan makes rmeoving the toughest pickets easy to remove.

Sevaan adds the device is suitable for use across multiple industries such as agriculture, construction, roadworks, councils etc.

The company says the new Sevinn Heavy Duty XPR have been developed for really big spikes and star pickets especially ones which have been in the ground for 20 years or more.

According to Sevaan, the original XPR post remover can remove about 80 per cent of posts from the ground while the heavy duty XPR is made to take out the rest.

Star pickets in particular are a challenge especially when embedded in clay soil due to the spherical rust ball that forms at the base of the spike over time, but Sevaan says the heavy duty XPR provides that added upward pressure to move it through the soil.

The Heavy Duty XPR's base pedal assembly is about twice the length of the original design but weighs only 2.45 kg more than the original and has twice the lifting power.

Another important feature of the heavy duty XPR post remover, according to Sevaan, is that it lifts and removes without bending the post, therefore allowing the post to be reused.

How it works

Sevaan says the XPR post removers were developed for fast removal of fence posts (including Y-star posts and T sections) and requires no automation but delivers an extremely high level of mechanical advantage, requiring just minor exertion from an operator using one foot.

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.

Sevaan says the XPR requires no more energy or force than that required by a common foot pump used to inflate a bicycle tyre.

It breaks the seal formed by the soil and moisture that holds the pole in place thus allowing the post to be removed quickly and safely.

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