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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These booms have reinforced dipper stick sections with larger
Extendable dipper stick with auxiliary hydraulics, one & two way flow
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.
deployed "a Bucyrus-Erie 950B electric shovel with a 105-ft boom, 64-ft dipper stick and 30-cu yd welded alloy-steel dipper.
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.
It's built right into the dipper stick, so you don't lose any breakout force," says Schaefer.
There are options to be considered, such as tire sizing and axles, two-wheel or four-wheel drive, cab or canopy, extendable dipper stick or a standard dipper.
Tenders are invited for Repairing of dipper stick eye of ekg 4.
Other features include: a single, center mounted loader dump cylinder has fewer wear points; tilt-up hood and grill for better serviceability; a wide stabilizer spread increases stability when operating to the side; and a dry, wear compensated extendable dipper stick requires less maintenance.
Tenders are invited for One new 14 to 16 foot class, 19,000 pound, 4 Wheel Drive loader backhoe with extendable rear dipper stick.
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.
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.