Geith Heavy Duty Buckets Provide Strength, Durability

Geith heavy duty buckets are ideal for general construction site work as well as more demanding excavation applications involving soil, dirt and gravel.

Thu January 30, 2014 - National Edition
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Designed for use with excavators ranging in size from 8 to 75 tons (7.2 to 68 t), Geith heavy duty buckets are ideal for general construction site work as well as more demanding excavation applications involving soil, dirt and gravel.
Designed for use with excavators ranging in size from 8 to 75 tons (7.2 to 68 t), Geith heavy duty buckets are ideal for general construction site work as well as more demanding excavation applications involving soil, dirt and gravel.

Designed for use with excavators ranging in size from 8 to 75 tons (7.2 to 68 t), Geith heavy duty buckets are ideal for general construction site work as well as more demanding excavation applications involving soil, dirt and gravel. Available in a wide variety of sizes, Geith heavy duty bucket models weigh between 783 and 8,576 lbs. (355 and 3,890 kg), with the largest model boasting a heaped capacity of 5-1/4 cu. yds. (4 cu m). Standard design features — including abrasion-resistant material, a heavy leading side cutter and bottom wear pads — provide Geith heavy duty buckets with extended service life protection. Ensure optimum bucket rotation and digging power with the use of a Geith quick coupler. Manufactured using high-strength steel, the hydraulic coupler system enables operators to safely and efficiently change between a variety of attachments from the comfort of their cabs.

For more information, visit www.geith.com




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