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Rockland Introduces New, Transformable Side Dump Bucket

Fri July 28, 2017 - National Edition
Rockland Manufacturing Company


The entire Side Dump Bucket body and dump plate is crafted from high-strength alloy plate making it wear- and abrasion-resistant, even with frequent contact with asphalt and other hard surfaces.
The entire Side Dump Bucket body and dump plate is crafted from high-strength alloy plate making it wear- and abrasion-resistant, even with frequent contact with asphalt and other hard surfaces.

Rockland's new SDB Side Dump Bucket features a patent-pending removable dump plate that allows operators to transform the Side Dump Bucket into a General Purpose Bucket at a moment's notice. The option to safely unload material either conventionally or laterally at a 45-degree angle increases flexibility, efficiency and reduces cost.

The SDB's dump plate can be removed anywhere – no cutting or welding is required. The dump plate also functions as an easy-to-replace wear part – reducing the need for expensive rebuilds and increasing the total life of the side dump bucket.

All Rockland SDB Side Dump Buckets are powered by a heavy-duty, dual-cushioned cylinder that provides safe, smooth and quiet operation. The entire Side Dump Bucket body and dump plate is crafted from high-strength alloy plate making it wear- and abrasion-resistant, even with frequent contact with asphalt and other hard surfaces.

Rockland's new Side Dump Bucket increases productivity and reduces maintenance costs – a “win” for any operation!

Rockland provides an expansive portfolio of over 170 attachments designed and manufactured for the complete range of equipment manufacturers. For more information visit its www.rocklandmfg.com.




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