Capacity: 153 l - 3,800 l
Carrier weight: 318 kg - 3,070 kg
Reinforced structure at the points subject to the greatest stress and wear. Reinforcements on the sides, on the bottom and double formed ensure high performance in handling compact and rocky soils such as porphyry and sandstone.
Equipment created for the crushing of reinforced concrete diaphragms. The frame is adjustable in size depending on the cement barrier to be demolished.
Capacity: 0.2 m³ - 5.3 m³
Carrier weight: 110 kg - 4,900 kg
Extremely versatile and compact equipment, designed for selection and screening operations.
Capacity: 0.45, 0.55, 0.95 m³
Carrier weight: 1,890 kg - 3,980 kg
Bucket designed to crush inert materials of various kinds, adjust the size, and ultimately reuse the finished product directly on site.
Carrier weight: 3,000 kg
Equipment used on medium-sized excavators to tilt and push large marble blocks into the quarries on the ground, working in narrow spaces.
Capacity: 12 l - 2,260 l
Carrier weight: 18 kg - 1,640 kg
Bucket created for the loading and excavation of light and medium-sized soils, such as soil, non-compact sand, gravel and dry clay.
Capacity: 152 l - 3,110 l
Carrier weight: 279 kg - 2,730 kg
Reinforced structure in points subject to greater stress and wear, provides reinforcements on the sides, double bottom and double formed beam.
Capacity: 695 l - 2,825 l
Carrier weight: 892 kg - 3,148 kg
Structure with increased reinforcements at the points of maximum stress and wear, reinforced laterally on the sides, has double bottom and double formed beam, with lip shrouds and bolt-on or weld-on side cutter shrouds.
Capacity: 22 m³
Bucket designed for heavy duty, subject to a huge penetration effort, suitable for extreme stresses such as quarry work, demolition, excavation and load rate of high-abrasive material.
Capacity: 30 l - 2,013 l
Carrier weight: 39 kg - 1,762 kg
Bucket made for a primary selection of materials of various kinds, for reclamation and cleaning of land and for a pre-selection of the resulting material from a demolition. The “gaps” of the bars is determined according ...