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Geith Heavy Duty Buckets Provide Superior Strength, Durability

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.

Thu January 09, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Manufactured using high-strength steel, the proven hydraulic coupler system enables operators to safely and efficiently change between a variety of attachments from the comfort of their cabs, according to the manufacturer.
Manufactured using high-strength steel, the proven hydraulic coupler system enables operators to safely and efficiently change between a variety of attachments from the comfort of their cabs, according to the manufacturer.

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 to 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. Manufactured using high-strength steel, the proven hydraulic coupler system enables operators to safely and efficiently change between a variety of attachments from the comfort of their cabs, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit www.geith.com.




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