Caterpillar Excavator Attachment Bucket

Excavator buckets are made of solid steel and generally present teeth protruding from the cutting edge, to disrupt hard material and avoid wear-and-tear of the bucket. … A trenching excavator bucket is normally 6 to 24 in (152 to 610 mm) wide and with protruding teeth.

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What are the different types of excavator buckets?

Excavators come equipped with various attachments on them, to work effectively on different surfaces. A bucket is one of the most common excavator attachments, which helps to dig or clean up the surrounding area. What many may not already know is that buckets come in a myriad of variations.
7 Different Excavator Bucket Types and Their Uses
  • Type #1: Digging Excavator Bucket.
  • Type #2: Rock Excavator Bucket.
  • Type #3: Clean-Up Excavator Bucket.
  • Type #4: Skeleton Excavator Bucket.
  • Type #5: Hard-Pan Excavator Bucket.
  • Type #6: V Bucket.
  • Type #7: Auger Excavator Bucket.

How to choose the right excavator bucket

When choosing an excavator bucket, the first thing to consider is the specific application and type of material you are handling. You typically want to find the biggest bucket for your job, taking into account the material density and the size of the hauler truck.

Remember the weight of the bucket limits your cycle time, and the bucket only becomes heavier when loaded with heavy materials. As a rule of thumb, use a smaller bucket for higher-density materials to avoid slowed productivity. You want to be able to load your hauler truck quickly with as few cycles as possible to reduce fuel consumption, wear, and downtime.

Different applications can also require specific types of buckets. For example, you wouldn’t be able to dig an 18-inch trench with a 30-inch bucket. Some buckets have features to handle certain types of materials. A rock bucket has a V-shaped cutting edge, and long, sharp teeth that can break through hard rock and push heavy loads with more power. A digging bucket is known to handle hard soil. Consider the type and density of your material and ensure you select a bucket that is capable of lifting it.

Excavator buckets Models we can supply

Part Name Co. Model Volume Work Condition
Bucket For KOMATSU PC220 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For HITACHI EX230 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For DAEWOO DH220 0.93M3 common soil
Bucket For HYUANI R225LC 0.93M3 common soil
Bucket For KOBELCO SK220 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For SUMITOMO SH200 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For CATPILLAR CAT320C 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For VOLVO EC210BLC 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For LIBERHERE R914 1.0M3 common soil
Bucket For KOMATSU PC220 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For HITACHI EX230 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For DAEWOO DH220 0.93M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For HYUANI R225LC 0.93M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For KOBELCO SK220 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For SUMITOMO SH200 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For CATPILLAR CAT320C 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For VOLVO EC210BLC 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For LIBERHERE R914 1.0M3 common rock, hard earth,
Bucket For KOMATSU PC220 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For HITACHI EX230 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For DAEWOO DH220 0.93M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For HYUANI R225LC 0.93M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For KOBELCO SK220 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For SUMITOMO SH200 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For CATPILLAR CAT320C 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For VOLVO EC210BLC 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock
Bucket For LIBERHERE R914 1.0M3 heavy load work,mix earth & rock

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