The History of The Excavator Bucket!
The digger or excavator has stayed the same for centuries, a simple side plate cut from mild steel, yet another sheet wrapped around into a similar shape, followed by a pair of hangers stuck on top for the machine to pick up. Dingo Hire Perth From $120 per day and provide Pick Up and delivery offered is the best service for you.
This traditional method has stuck around for years, using the term 'if it's not broken, why fix it' floating around.
This is all well and good, until Rhinox Buckets redesigned the traditional bucket, and increased the quality and the possible lifetime of the bucket!
Not only was this done on the larger 13 and 20-ton excavator buckets, they also carried the identical quality across to their miniature and micro excavators/diggers, from the digging buckets to their grading and riddle buckets!
In addition, but Southern Plant Spares and Rhinox Buckets, have also been working together to develop some new inventions.
A few of them include their UNI-TUSK X1 – Bucket Blade System, which is intended to save lives and reduce maintenance costs by utilizing a specialist blade, that's intended to divert from power cables and other utilities, while at exactly the exact same time is made of 550HB hardened steel, which bolts to both the lip plate and the side plates, including additional strength in the areas that take the maximum amount of strain!
Together, they also have developed the Deep Dig / Micro Trenching buckets, which are designed to decrease digging time and decrease reinstatement costs when installing utilities. This innovation was used in contracts like the Virgin Media Fiber Optic Broadband.