Skeleton Bucket Skid Steer
Skeleton bucket skid steers are installed on construction machinery such as excavators and loaders. The hydraulic power is from the original engine of the construction machinery.
The excavator operator controls the rolling shaft of the bucket by operating the foot panel in the cab, and the rolling shaft is rotated in the forward and reverse directions to crush and mix the materials in the bucket.
The mixed material falls down under the action of the rolling shaft and the material’s own weight.The loading process of screening crushing bucket is the same as the ordinary bucket.If the rolling shaft does not move, the material will not fall down.
(1)Sturdy structure, strong power transmission, wide applications, can work in wet and viscous conditions,wearing parts can be replaced.
(2)Heavy-duty welded frame structure and wearing parts made of special wear-resistance steel.
(3)Heavy-duty motors provide reliable power and high torque to start and run the screening crushing bucket.
(4)The motor is placed inside of the frame to avoid any external damage
(5)Bearing protection device protects bearing from wear and tear by treated materials
(6)Lubricating oil in the chain box maintains effective lubrication and reduces wear on the transmission system.
Applications of skeleton bucket skid steer:
Pipeline construction: Can be used for pipeline fine soil screening and fine soil backfill.
Industrial application: Can be used for screening loadable coal slurry, construction waste and mixed sediment.
Compost operation: Can be used to crush green waste compost and bark compost
Stable treatment: Stable treatment of grassroots
Advantage of skeleton bucket skid steer:
– Full length pin-on wing shrouds.
– Heel Shrouds.
– High wear resistant steel side & rear wear strips.
– Lip shrouds.
– Wear-resistant ball.
– Wear resistant surfacing on cutting edge board.
– According to different operating conditions and customer needs, various kinds of buckets are designed reasonably from shapes, materials, and stress features, etc