Rugged building Type “MD” Buckets are most well-liked for general purpose elevators. Covering a wide variety of sizes from four to 20 inches long, they’re applied for ?ne and medium dimension supplies such as coal, cement, pulp, grain, ear corn, and so forth. They’re extensively employed for heavy abrasive products such as sand, gravel, and stone. Reinforced front lips give Style “MD” Buckets a long wearing digging edge. Uniform wall thickness and robust corner reinforcement make them more powerful than steel buckets of your identical gauge.These are smoothly surfaced and also have ends sloped inward at six degree angles to insure proper ?lling and clean discharge. Available in Malleable and Al-lied-Locke Promal.
Chain for which buckets can be found in-clude: Steel Bushed Roller, Steel Bushed, Mixture, “H” Class Mill, 400 Class Pin-tle, and 700 Class Pintle. “MD” Buckets are applied with G1, G6, K1, or K2 design attach-ments once they can be found during the chain sort.
Capacities are for buckets ?lled to your line XX (see diagram). The practical operating capacity will fluctuate with the loading problems, angle of re-pose on the material becoming dealt with, and the incli-nation in the elevator.
Style “AC” ELEVATOR BUCKETS for dealing with cement, lime, and ?uffy products
Fashion “AC” Buckets deliver fast, thorough discharge of cement, lime, and various dry, ?uffy components. Vent holes in the bottom of each bucket release trapped air in ?lling and allow material to empty from bucket swiftly and entirely on discharge. Moreover to reinforcing lips, hooded backs reinforce “AC” Type Buckets. This feature permits closer bucket spacing and gives 30% higher carrying capability than other bucket styles of your identical length. These sturdy buckets have an additional thickness of metal at wear points for longer services. Readily available in Al-lied-Locke Malleable and Promal.
Design “AC” Buckets are often used with heavy duty engineering chain such as Bushed Steel Chain with K2 and K3 style attachments.
Capacities are for buckets ?lled to both line XX or YY (see diagram). The practical operat-ing capacity will differ with loading conditions, angle of repose of your material being handled, and the inclination in the elevator.