Choosing the best skeleton bucket for your excavator

Skeleton-Bucket

When you’re screening, sieving and sorting materials (such as sand, slag, bricks and rubble) you need a screening or sieve bucket

Also known as: Rib buckets,sieve bucket,screening bucket

excavator skeleton bucket
Why you need a skeleton bucket?

A skeleton bucket is a great way to organize your daily life and keep it in order. It helps you stay organized and keeps things from piling up on top of each other. With this simple organizational system, you can be creative with how you store items for easy access later on down the line, such as storing it at home or even working remotely! Take advantage of keeping an orderly household.

Six tips to check when selecting a sieve bucket

1.Bottom-end strength

The sieve bucket should be built so that the baseplate and curved backplate form a rigid composite beam that provides sufficient bottom end strength to support or carry the load across the entire width of the bucket and give years of trouble free operation.

2.Bucket shape

The sorting bucket shape should promote efficient loading of material. Look for screening buckets with the right width / capacity combination to suit the material density, truck or bin capacity and digging conditions of your application.

3.Bucket design

Depending on the material you need to move (rock, coal, gravel, sand or even hot materials such as steel slag, a sieve bucket that is designed to suit your particular purpose and built from robust materials will ensure increased capacity, reliability and durability.

4.Ribs and apertures

Interlocking ribs allow finer material to fall through the sorting bucket while bigger materials (such as bricks and rubble) are retained. It is therefore important to select an aperture size that suits the materials you intend to sort.

5.Short pin-to-point

A short pin-to-point ensures better digging (bucket breakout force).

6.Cutting edge and side cutting edges

Effective digging requires good penetration of the bucket into the material it is handling. This is determined largely by the shape of the cutting edge and the side cutting edges.The cutting edge on sieve buckets for excavators can be fitted with either teeth and adaptors or bolt-on-edge.Depending on your application, screening buckets can be fitted with side wear patches and corner-wear strips to reduce wear and tear on the sorting bucket.

If you want to get more work done, faster with high-performance,welcome to RSBM and choose the right skeleton Bucket for your machine.

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