Steelwrist Adds SQ90 to Its Range of Fully Automatic Quick Couplers

Published: 21/12, 2021

Steelwrist has introduced the SQ90, the biggest model in its range of SQ Auto Connection quick couplers. The SQ90 is targeted toward excavators up to 70 tons in the demolition industry.

The addition of the SQ90 coupler meets the demand from the demolition industry, where many and fast work tool changes are common.

“The Steelwrist SQ Auto Connection quick couplers have been appreciated by the customers from day one on,” says Stefan Stockhaus, CEO of Steelwrist AB. “In the demolition industry with its frequent work tool changes it is all about using the right tool for the right job at the right time. SQ allows operator and machine to work continuously at all times and work safety increases when operators can easily change and use the best tool for the job.”

SQ90 as well as all other Steelwrist SQ products follow the global Open-S industry standard for fully automatic couplers for excavators. The standard makes it easier for machine operators and contractors to choose quick couplers, tilt-rotators and work tools from different manufacturers, and be confident that they function together. All SQ couplers come with QPlus technology which enables higher hydraulic flows with less pressure drops than many other systems on the market.

The upgraded Front Pin Lock on the SQ90 is a mechanical lock of the front shaft which significantly limits the risk of an unintended drop of work tools. The patented Front Pin Lock technology has been upgraded to a second generation in order to support the heavy demolition work tools.


About Steelwrist

Steelwrist is a global manufacturer of tiltrotators, quick couplers and work tools for excavators with headquarters in Sweden. A determined focus on robust and modern products, combined with fast service has been appreciated by an increasing number of customers world wide.

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