The design of mechanical excavators Manual has evolved since its foundation in the late 19th century. The more tasks heavy machinery performed and the manufacturing processes improved, the more sophisticated was the possibility of tailoring attachments to specific tasks. The excavator bucket is attached to the end of the boom (the articulated arm protrudes from the front or back of a machine). Nowadays, there are several commonly used excavator buckets that are used to perform certain tasks.
This construction is suitable for most excavation tasks. These buckets usually have teeth on the front, making it easier to buy under the material that needs to be moved. In this way, the bucket can cut through the earth more easily than a flat front excavator bucket by pulling towards the machine.
These excavator shovels are designed to move loose areas and cut slopes in landscapes. They usually have a straight leading edge, making them ideal for removing the surface rather than severing it. Due to the flat front, this bucket type is not suitable for digging. They are also usually equipped with drainage holes that reduce weight and make work easier in areas where water may have accumulated.
This type of excavator bucket is specifically designed for use with excavator machines that pull the bucket over the ground behind the vehicle. The outside of the bucket is covered with wear strips that give it the rib effect that it was named after. These offer a surface that is designed so that it can be worn when pulling. These plates can then be replaced, which extends the life of the bucket. Because these blades can be used on a variety of surfaces, they usually have teeth that resemble those of multi-purpose blades.