Allied Gator -
Made in the USA

Allied-Gator, Inc. designs and manufactures INNOVATIVE HYDRAULIC ATTACHMENTS™ for the recycling and demolition industries. The MT® Series Multi-Tool™ system is a ground-breaking leap forward from all other processing attachments, offering superior power, performance and versatility. Our goal is to inform industry professionals by providing an in-depth look at the MT with our Interactive Product Guide and exclusive High Definition Videos.


WITNESS THE POWER. The patented Allied-Gator MT® Series Multi-Tool™ has redefined the expectations of power, speed and versatility in a multi-jaw processor. Experience the advantage of exclusive MT design features:

Patented Quick-Change Jaw Sets
Patented Speed-Circuit Technology
Fixed Centerline Closure
High-Alloy Steel CAST Components
360 Continual Rotation
Bolt-On, Interchangeable Tooth & Blade Segments
Patneted Power-Link and Guide System
Patent Pending Serrated Gator Blades

Continual Power GainPatented UCS Technology
Hands Off! Shaft Design
Interchangeable Solid & Disposable Shear Tips
Tools from 800-52,000 lbs
Recycling, Demolition, Material Handling

Innovative hydraulic attachments™

For over thirty years, Allied-Gator's primary focus has been on product innovation. Our unwavering commitment to the demolition and scrap recycling industries has enabled us to best serve our customers' equipment needs, while in-depth knowledge and first-hand experience in these industries drive our unique and forward-thinking design approach. View photos of Allied-Gator's facility

Allied-Gator Facility

news articles

Construction & Demolotion Recycling
July - Aug. 2013 - "Capital Growth"

Equipment World
Jan. 2013 - "World of Concrete"

Professional Demolition International
April/May 2012 - "Down to the Wire with Allied Gator's new solution"

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