Material Handling Buckets
The ACS Material Handling Bucket is designed to maximize bulk material handling productivity. Typical applications include stockpiled dirt and re-handling loose material such as grain, coal, coke, etc. It has a larger capacity than a standard digging bucket. No teeth are installed to allow materials stored on prepared surfaces to be cleaned completely. This bucket configuration is generally not optimal for any type of primary digging.
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Common MaterialsA short list of materials commonly handled with the ACS Material Handling Bucket :
- Dirt/Rock Mix
- Graveled Sand
|Excavator Size||Cut Width
|Bucket capacities reflect SAE heaped standards. All weights are approximate. Weights are estimated assuming no add-ons, options or payloads.|
8.0-14.0 Metric Tons
|60"||1.2||Bolt-On Edge||1,148 lbs|
14.0-18.0 Metric Tons
|60"||1.27||Bolt-On Edge||1,250 lbs|
18.0-22.0 Metric Tons
|72"||1.80||Bolt-On Edge||1,925 lbs|
22-28 Metric Tons
|72"||2.10||Bolt-On Edge||1,950 lbs|
22-28 Metric Tons
|72"||2.75||Bolt-On Edge||2,740 lbs|
|84"||3.25||Bolt-On Edge||3,210 lbs|
Bolt-On EdgeComes installed with beveled, wear-resistant steel edge that takes the brunt of all first-contact impacts. Double-sided for twice extended life; when one side wears down, simply turn it around to expose the fresh edge.
Heavy Wall Cross TubeAll ACS Excavator Buckets are built with Heavy Wall Cross Tube reinforcement across the top. This transfers breakout forces directly to the bucket cutting edge.
Drainage PerforationsProvide fast escape routes for unwanted liquid in your payload.
Poly-LiningProtect your attachment from corrosive materials such as fertilizer and animal waste with a durable, protective Poly-Liner. The Poly-Liner also serves as a non-stick surface that helps release "sticky" materials such as animal waste, clay, mud and kaolin soils, reducing material "carry back". The Poly-Liner material is formed to fit the contact surfaces of your attachment. The liner is secured by metal weld washers and support strips that prevent material from getting under the leading edges of the liner. Thickness of the liner varies depending on attachment size and service duty.