With the many different tools created for
specific jobs, knowing what attachment for your excavator is, at best, a little
difficult. Plus, everything has such big words, and there is little information
out there to explain the precise way a tool can get the job done.
Rotary crusher buckets have become an
extremely valuable tool, but they aren’t widely understood, or even included in
many of the “must-have” lists out there. If you’re looking for a quick, easy,
and safe way to grind up large solid materials, a crusher bucket is perfect!
The Basics Of a Rotary
Understanding how a crusher bucket does the
job is the first step to knowing if it’s the right fit and piece for your team
and your project. In reality, these attachments are very easy, and they aim to
provide one simple job – crush and dispose of had chunks of material into
filtered graded aggregate.
So, how does it work?
Step 1: Scoop
Using the manual or automatic controls on the
excavator, you can scoop up the rubble into the bucket of the rotary crusher
tool. Rocks and stone, plus concrete and other solid materials, are all able to
be used with these tools.
Step 2: Crush
Activate the crushing mechanism at the bottom
of the bucket. The device will begin to destroy everything inside of the
bucket, while filtering it through the bottom and disposing of it quickly.
Step 3: Dump
All of the contents of the bucket will get
screened and be deposited as a fine texture mixed together. Rock, dirt, stone,
and all! By using the arm of your machinery, you can choose where this deposit
happens, and leave the neatly cleaned out area fresh and ready for more
The Best Job For a Rotary
One of the best things about these attachments
is their ability to recycle! Not only does it remove unwanted chunks of solid,
tricky materials, but it can be repurposed into a loose, thick dust that can be
used for filling in ground or other small project support.
This attachment gets rid of rock and pavement
fast, makes clean-up easy, and is the ideal tool for large demolition jobs.
How To Use It
Since the crusher bucket is an easy attachment
for your excavator, the use and cleanup of a piece like this is made extremely
easy. With additional attachment pieces such as sieve buckets or screening
tools, you can easily make a demolition project easy. These rotary crusher
buckets are best used for heavy duty rubble, but can work on small clumps as
well for a quick job.
About The Attachment
The crusher bucket can be purchased in many different
sizes to fit a vast range of excavators. You’ll want to think about the size of
both the bucket and the rotors, as well as the depth and maximum weight it can
carry. Ensure that the specifications of your attachment piece will be enough
for your excavator to handle.