Skeleton buckets are used to segregate rocks and larger materials from dirt.
With rounded sidebars, open throat and extended floor, the Skeleton Bucket improves material penetration, provides for easy loading and reduces fuel consumption.
Fabricated with heavy duty material, the strainer has 150 mm (6 in) spacing to leave loose material and retain big rocks and roots inside the bucket.
The upper deflector, located at the center top of the bucket prevents loose material or dirt falling over the bucket onto machine linkage.
The skeleton bucket comes standard with a base edge made with high resistance material, but with holes to bolt-on a cutting edge or teeth for extra protection or better material penetration.
Made with specially hardened material, the corner edges deliver extra resistance and extended life to the bucket. Mounting holes allow the field installation of side cutters if required.
Thick side plates, made with extra abrasion resistance material, is designed to protect the bucket structure and add to its longevity.
A flat floor allows operator to back drag material more efficiently, helping to maintain an even grade on finishing operations.