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BERLON Heavy Duty extended lip bucket for skid steers

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Heavy Duty Extended Lip Bucket

Berlon’s Heavy Duty Extended Lip bucket provides greater cutting edge visibility while standard heavy duty package makes it ideal for machines 75HP and greater. 


 Common uses include: Excavating, landscaping, construction, and general purpose.

  • 3” deeper than our B series bucket, for even greater cutting edge visibility
  • Reinforcement tube across back of bucket for added strength
  • 1/4” thick steel body
  • Bucket bottom includes a heavy-duty dimple plate *A Berlon Exclusive*
  • 3/4” x 6” weld-on cutting edge with holes
  • Bolt-on side cutters
  • Radius kick-out plate for added strength and easy clean-out

      B SERIES INSIDE DIMENSION (IN.) OUTSIDE DIMENSION "A" HEIGHT "B" DEPTH "C" ANGLE LBS
      BELHD-72 72.0" 73.5" 23.5" 36.0" 70° 823
      BELHD-78 78.0" 79.5" 23.5" 36.0" 70° 891
      BELHD-84 84.0" 85.5" 23.5" 36.0" 70° 959
      BELHD-90 90.0" 91.5" 23.5" 36.0" 70° 1027

       

      How to Determine Bucket Capacity

      The amount of material a bucket can carry is determined as struck (level) capacity and heaped capacity. The heaped capacity is the actual cubic feet. The following formulas are used to determine capacities and will help you compare the capacity of various buckets.


      To calculate cubic feet of a bucket:

      1: Measure from the top of the bucket straight down to the bottom in inches = Height

      2: Measure from the front of the floor to the back in inches = Depth

      3: Height x Depth ÷ 2 x Width = Cubic Inches ÷ 1,728 = Struck Capacity (Cubic Feet)


      To calculate heaped capacity of a bucket:

      For B, BEL, BELHD, UT, CCT, BEC, MIB, & MIBEL series buckets: Cubic Feet ÷ 3 = Heaped Amount + Cubic Feet = Heaped Capacity

      For UTHB, FMX, HCSB, HVMB, CAL, & MISLMB series buckets: Cubic Feet ÷ 2.5 = Heaped Amount + Cubic Feet = Heaped Capacity