Teran Introduces Next Gen of 36-Ton Excavator Buckets

Thu July 15, 2021 - Northeast Edition #15
Teran Industries


Teran has designed an even stronger attachment class for the “DB Linkage” series that can withstand the demands of all different job types and earth types with which they are used, the company said.
Teran has designed an even stronger attachment class for the “DB Linkage” series that can withstand the demands of all different job types and earth types with which they are used, the company said.
Teran has designed an even stronger attachment class for the “DB Linkage” series that can withstand the demands of all different job types and earth types with which they are used, the company said. Sizes and capacities for this line range from the company’s 18-in. banana bucket all the way up to its heavy duty 72-in. bucket (2.62 cu. yd.).

Teran Industries has introduced the next generation of 36-ton excavator buckets, designed to meet the needs of new excavators that require greater performance standards and durability from attachments they use.

Teran has designed an even stronger attachment class for the "DB Linkage" series that can withstand the demands of all different job types and earth types with which they are used, the company said.

"We decided to further improve our product, buttressing our buckets with stronger reinforcement plates and better alloy, allowing more resistance to abrasion and severe impact, providing more steel where its most needed," the company said.

Sizes and capacities for this line range from the company's 18-in. banana bucket all the way up to its heavy duty 72-in. bucket (2.62 cu. yd.).

For more information, call 305/594-4700, or visit www.teranindustries.com.




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