Handler attachment specialist Albutt showed off two new products at the Royal Highland.

With top-end telehandlers now offering lift capacities exceeding five tonnes, the firm has developed a 4.3cu m clamshell bucket (pictured) to allow such machines to discharge grain without the need to extend booms excessively to tip.

This, says the firm, provides improved material discharge and machine stability by keeping the load centre close to the handler.

The firm also revealed new grain pushers, which make use of tubular steel to remove grain “traps”, and feature a wider, deeper, more dished blade.

Price for a 3m/10ft model is £1,618 including brackets.

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