Power Box Rake
Advanced fabrication processes, heavy duty components and simplified controls make the MTW Power Box Rake from Merrill Specialty Products an ideal choice for breaking up, raking and leveling, hard-packed soil, gravel, sod and other terrain—effectively and efficiently. MTW’s Heavy Duty Power Box Rakes can handle a diverse range of projects including:
Developing and maintaining building sites, trails, logging roads, food lots, dirt race tracks, horse arenas and more.
Final seedbed preparation.
Construction and restoration of driveways and alleyways.
MTW’s stronger steel frames and simplified controls help commercial operators and do-it-yourselfers refine more material in less time while minimizing downtime due to breakage and repairs. Three models are available for both hydraulic skid steers and PTO tractor applications and can be ordered with weld-on teeth, replaceable teeth or carbide teeth plus solid rubber, airless tires. Quick-connect manual adjustments can be made to deflect material from 10-20 degrees.
MTW has made the new line of power rakes rugged across the board. The new Series 1 replaces the Mark 1, going from .179 frame tube to .25 frame tube, but keeping the Series 1 motor for the lower flowing skid steer and mini skid steer markets as well as the 6" diameter rotor. Mounting for Mini Skid Universal, ASV and Bobcat MT is also available.
The Series 2 replaces the Mark 2, and keeps its .25 frame and Series 2 motor (capable of high flow rates). The Series 2 now comes standard with a 8" diameter rotor (6" rotor is still available for this model), allowing more depth of cut as well as more surface feet per revolution.
The Series 3 replaces the Mark 3, and now sits in a category of its own. Becoming more than a power rake we make this to address the ever growing demand for the higher horsepower, higher flowing skid steers. Meant for the harsh hard pack and clay applications, this unit has a .375 frame tube, a gusset reinforced .375 thick skid steer mount or Heavy Category 2 tractor hitch, a 2" diameter rotor shaft, 100 pitch chain, and dual gauge wheels. A 10" diameter rotor becomes the standard for the unit, with 8" as an option if desired.