dipper stick

dipper stick

[′dip·ər ‚stik]
(mechanical engineering)
A straight shaft connecting the digging bucket of an excavating machine or power shovel with the boom.
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Tenders are invited for Repairing / Rebuilding And Line Boring Of Dipper Stick, Bucket Door, Rocker Arm, Turntable, Hoist Gear Foundation, Swing Gear Box Housing, Track Bar And Fabrication Of Different Size Of Pin And Bushings Of Ekg Shovel Sl.
Tenders are invited for Fitment Of Boom Bushing Provided By Bccl Including Dismantling And Necessary Repairing Of Saddle Block Assy And Dipper Stick Of P And H 1900Al Shovel Sl.
They take into account the movement and angle of the bucket, boom and dipper stick to give continuous depth control indication on the in-cab display.
There is no need for the operator to stop digging to place the bucket and dipper stick in the same position each time an accurate reading is desired.
Bucket and dipper stick breakout forces have also increased, together with a significant increase in the hydraulic flow from the pumps to 2 x 360 litres/min.
Bucket cylinder digging force is 5,340 lbs; dipper stick digging force is 4,050 lbs.
In backhoe mode, the L48 delivers an 11 foot 1 inch digging depth, a maximum dipper stick digging force of 3,968 pounds and a maximum bucket digging force of 5,908 pounds.