2015 DIGGA CLEANING BUCKET for sale POA
|Title||2015 DIGGA CLEANING BUCKET|
|Capacity - m3||0|
|Width - mm||1,050|
Cleaning Buckets are used to remove spoil from holes after drilling to create a clean base.
Digga Cleaning Buckets come fitted with a Kelly Box (drive hub) to suit your machine and can be fitted with a manual hand-operated, or automatic opening mechanism (for emptying) - For drill rigs fitted with striker plate.
- Base options include swivel and valve style
- Comes fitted with Kelly Box (drive hub) to suit your machine
- High tensile cutting edge for a cleaner hole & longer life span
- Custom buckets including combination & rock available
- Opening mechanism options include manual hand-operated and fully automatic (suits drill rigs with striker plate fitted)
Features & Benefits
Digga earth cleaning buckets are made from the highest grade of metal and boast many practical features. Hover your mouse over the features´ 'plus' symbol on the diagram below to reveal the respective benefits.
SPECIFICATIONS - 1050MM CLEANING BUCKET
Cutting Diameter: 1050mm (42")
Overal Length: 900mm (36")
Base Type: Swivel / Valve
Hub Options*: 5, 7, 9
(*) Hub Options: 5 - 75mm Square | 7 - 100mm Square | 9 - 130mm Square.
Contact DIGGA today and we will put you in touch with your closest supplier.
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