Excavator Bucket Wear Parts
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- The shape of the teeth - One of the most vital parts in a bucket tooth is its length and shape. The shapes include wider teeth that diminish to a blunt point and narrower teeth with sharper points. For example, a wide bucket tooth places more surface area against the material and generally works for excavating applications.
- Hardened materials - Loaders and excavators can use forged hardened bucket teeth. These hardened, forged teeth are designed to resist abrasion and impact. These teeth made from Tungsten, carbon, nickel, chromium, and molybdenum steel offer more durability and tensile strength compared to standard-duty ductile iron teeth.
- Penetration teeth - If you are penetrating softer and dense materials, you will need bucket teeth that have chisel-edge point and centre ribs for additional support. If you need to penetrate harder materials, such as sedimentary rock, you’ll need single pick bucket teeth with sharp delta points.