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Ditch cleaning bucket WA series
for excavatorsfor loaderswelded

ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
ditch cleaning bucket
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ditch cleaning
for excavators, for loaders
Cutting edge / teeth type
welded, bolted
Other characteristics
Carrier weight

Min.: 9,600 kg
(21,164 lb)

Max.: 43,000 kg
(47 lb)

Bucket width

Min.: 1,400 mm
(55 in)

Max.: 2,600 mm
(102 in)


Min.: 348 l
(91.93 gal)

Max.: 2,216 l
(585.41 gal)

Bucket weight

Min.: 394 kg
(868.62 lb)

Max.: 1,720 kg
(3,791.95 lb)


A. The swiveling buckets have the same profile and the same construction features as the ditch cleaning buckets. The addition of a hydraulic system of cylinders, horizontal or vertical, allows the tilting of 45° both on the right and on the left. B. The bucket can be supplied with an additional bolted reversible under-blade to avoid wear of the blade used in the construction and includes one or more internal reinforcing ribs. C. Indispensable for reclamation, cleaning and recovery of embankments in precarious working conditions for the operating machine. D. Many profiles proposed for this bucket: classic round profile for light applications; square profile to level the ground or the material moved thanks to the welded rear leveling strip; "Holland" profile with an elongated shape that allows a greater load capacity compared to traditional profiles; "Scandinavia" profile with "conical" bottom appreciated in the countries of northern Europe; "France" model in the version with both round and square profile, with greater depth and height to increase the load volume; "talutage" model for heavy duty applications with cylinders in a fully protected horizontal position.


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