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Case Introduces Power Side Discharge Bucket

Mon September 14, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Case Construction Equipment’s new power side discharge bucket for skid steers and compact track loaders increases machine utility, making it possible to do more work with the same machine, according to the manufacturer.

The power side discharge bucket collects and discharges sawdust, sand and silage into barns or stalls. It also spreads a variety of other materials, including stone, mulch or aggregate, making the bucket ideal for applications involving road maintenance, landscaping, sandbagging and backfilling trenches.

The bucket can be operated with a choice of either a left or right discharge position and has adjustable discharge gates. A sawdust model also is available, featuring an agitator to eliminate clogging. The buckets are available in 60- and 72-in. (152 and 183 cm) sizes for sand applications and 72- and 84-in. (183 and 213 cm) sizes for sawdust.

“The power side discharge bucket minimizes the equipment owner’s investment in new machinery and allows the owner to expand into additional job opportunities,” said Larry Kapellusch, product marketing manager for CNH Parts & Service. “In today’s economy, versatility is key to keeping both operators and machines productive.”

A variety of buckets and more than 75 compatible attachments are available for Case skid steers and compact track loaders.

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