Severe Duty Buckets

ACS Severe Duty Excavator Buckets are designed for use in the toughest environments. Choose the Severe Duty for primary digging and handling abrasive materials such as rock, caliche and coral.

Tech Specs

Common Materials

A short list of materials commonly handled with the ACS Severe Duty Buckets:
  • Caliche
  • Coke
  • Concrete (recycled)
  • Dirt/Rock Mix
  • Gravel
  • Graveled Sand
  • Limestone (broken)
  • Loam
  • Shot Rock
  • Slag, Cold
  • Stone (crushed)
Bucket Size Table
Excavator Size Cut Width
Over Sides
Capacity
Cubic Yards
Number of Teeth Weight
US Pounds
Bucket capacities reflect SAE heaped standards. All weights are approximate. Weights are estimated assuming no add-ons, options or payloads.
Class 10
8.0-14.0 Metric Tons
17,600-30,800 lbs
24" 0.44 3 635 lbs
30" 0.60 4 731 lbs
36" 0.75 5 829 lbs
Class 15 Pin-On
14.0-18.0 Metric Tons
30,600-39,600 lbs
24" 0.50 3 755 lbs
30" 0.66 4 873 lbs
36" 0.83 5 1,023 lbs
42" 1.01 5 1,116 lbs
Class 20 Pin-On
18.0-22.0 Metric Tons
39,600-48,400 lbs
24" 0.61 3 1,129 lbs
30" 0.82 4 1,295 lbs
36" 1.03 4 1,413 lbs
42" 1.24 5 1,627 lbs
48" 1.46 6 1,801 lbs
Class 25 Pin-On
22-28 Metric Tons
48,400-61,600 lbs
30" 0.85 4 1,340 lbs
36" 1.07 4 1,457 lbs
42" 1.30 5 1,672 lbs
48" 1.53 6 1,853 lbs
54" 1.76 6 1,975 lbs
Class 30 Pin-On
28-36 Metric Tons
61,600-79,200 lbs
36" 1.36 4 2,068 lbs
42" 1.65 5 2,360 lbs
48" 1.95 5 2,574 lbs
54" 2.25 6 2,825 lbs
60" 2.55 6 3,013 lbs
Class 40 Pin-On
36-50 Metric Tons
79,200-110,000 lbs
36" 1.66 4 2,667 lbs
42" 2.03 5 3,012 lbs
48" 2.41 5 3,215 lbs
54" 2.80 6 3,518 lbs
60" 3.20 6 3,720 lbs
66" 3.60 7 4,022 lbs
Class 50 Pin-On
50-60 Metric Tons
110,000-143,000 lbs
36" 2.50 4 6,900 lbs
42" 3.05 5 7,560 lbs
48" 3.60 5 8,130 lbs
54" 4.05 6 8,410 lbs
60" 4.60 6 9,040 lbs

Features

  • Bucket Lift Eye

    Bucket Lift Eye Sturdy lift eye comes standard on every ACS Heavy and Severe Duty Excavator Bucket.
  • Heavy Wall Cross Tube

    Heavy Wall Cross Tube All ACS Excavator Buckets are built with Heavy Wall Cross Tube reinforcement across the top. This transfers breakout forces directly to the bucket cutting edge.
  • High Strength Steel

    Heavy wear areas are constructed with premium-grade AR 400 steel for maximum impact and abrasion resistance. AR 400 steel has a minimum BNH (Brinell Hardness Number) of 360 and is valued for its durability and strong resistance to abrasion.
  • Single Radius Shell

    Single Radius Shell The sloped bottom, single-radius shell design provides superior loading and cleaning. The bottom of the bucket slopes up and away from the dig direction to facilitate boiling - the churning of material on a horizontal axis within the bucket which promotes faster loading with less required horsepower. The sloped bottom also reduces heel wear.
  • Trapezoidal Design

    Trapezoidal Design Tapered from front-to-back and bottom-to-top; keeping only the cutting edge in contact with handled material. This keeps the remaining surface area of the bucket from dragging, increasing the performance of your machine and reducing bucket wear.

Options

  • Anti-Clatter Pin Boss

    Anti-Clatter Pin Boss Fabricated into the front bucket mounting pin location. Eliminates excess space between the machine stick and the bucket ears that can allow entry of abrasive material, creating loud "chatter" and increasing wear on the bucket ears and stick. The Anti-Clatter Pin Boss also allows for future adjustment and fine tuning as normal wear and metal erosion from side loading increase the gap.
  • Drainage Perforations

    Provide fast escape routes for unwanted liquid in your payload.
  • Poly-Lining

    Protect 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.
  • Side Cutters

    Side Cutters The Installation of Side Cutters serves three purposes: 1) Protection. Prevents wear on the corner bit saving on down time & maintenance. 2) Provides additional cut width. Side Cutters flare out 1.5" on each corner of the bucket, providing an additional 3” to the cut width. This benefits trenching applications by allowing the bucket to cut wider than the bucket sides. 3) Side Drag Reduction. Side Cutters keep the sides of the bucket from dragging against the edge of the material trench, which increases productivity and decreases overall wear. When the Side Cutters have worn they can be easily removed and replaced.

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