Deciding Which Bucket Teeth are Most Suitable

Date:13-01-2017

The use of the correct ground engaging tool for your bucket is absolutely essential if you want to enjoy the best return on your investment when it comes to ground engaging machines. Ground engaging bucket teeth must be correctly selected if you want to ensure that the bucket of the equipment you are using is protected for a long lifespan and durable service. Selecting the right bucket teeth can also ensure that you aren’t faced with continuous and unexpected maintenance expenses. Of course, it also makes sense that the right bucket teeth for the job will ensure greater efficiency, accuracy, and speed when completing projects.

Generally, all ground engaging machinery is typically supplied with a set of bucket teeth, but these will need to be replaced periodically over the years, due to the nature of their job.

You will find that there are many types of ground engaging bucket teeth available on the market. In fact, the options can become quite overwhelming. Chatting to a professional supplier of such products is the best way to ensure that you are provided with the best possible product. Let’s take a closer look at the market’s bucket teeth and what they are intended for.

Long bucket teeth are typically used for general excavation procedures, and are used for general or all-rounder type projects. Wide bucket teeth, however, are used for clearing large floor areas. They are known for their efficiency and minimal spillage functionality. Heavy duty long bucket teeth are quite different in that they offer an exceptional long lifespan. These are best suited for larger machines used in general excavation projects.

On the other hand, we also have short bucket teeth which are ideal for working in rocky environments. They offer high impact functionality, and effortlessly break their way through rock and hard surfaces. For sand and gravel work, heavy duty abrasion bucket teeth are your best bet, whereas penetration bucket teeth are suited for breaking up densely compacted material. Penetration bucket teeth are actually self-sharpening!

You will find that the strength and durability of ground engaging bucket teeth depend on how they were manufactured. They are forged, fabricated or cast. As a manufacturer, we understand just how daunting it can be to select the right bucket teeth for machinery, we therefore make ourselves available at all times to provide you with advice, guidance and support. Just feel free to contact us, we will reply you as soon as possible.