dump bucket

dump bucket

[′dəmp ‚bək·ət]
(mechanical engineering)
A large bucket with movable discharge gates at the bottom; used to move soil or other construction materials by a crane or cable.
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unveiled its patent-pending removable dump plate, which allows operators to quickly trans form the side dump bucket (SDB) into a general-purpose bucket.
5 maximum speed in knots (about 26 mph) 300 gallon capacity of the WaterWorks dump bucket 719 inside cabins (quite a high proportion compared to many new ships) 1,004 - length in feet 1,386 - number of crew 1,845 - the total number of cabins and suites 3,690 passenger capacity (double occupancy) 4,724 - maximum passenger capacity 130,000 - gross registered tonnage.
The JRB Side Dump Bucket by Paladin Construction Group is manufactured to provide wheel loader operators with more flexibility than a standard bucket can offer in construction and utility applications.
It had a hydraulic dump bucket, but not grabbing forks.
We found Swisher's front-mount Dump Bucket (another attachment designed to work with the QuickSwitch[TM] mounting system) to be perfect for grabbing scoops of gravel, sawdust and mulch from our stockpiles and moving them to other locations around the place.
The use of a dump bucket is best for treated cows, although if possible it is a good idea to milk these animals last to avoid confusion.
A pitcher of water and a small dump bucket allow reds and whites to alternate in the same glass.
Sand equipment consists of a twin-screw sand mixer, an improvement over the original system that charged sand into an overhead hopper by using a dump bucket installed on a forklift.
Tenders are invited for Repairing of dump bucket assly of 85 t dumper sl.
We found Swisher's front-mount dump bucket (another attachment designed to work with the QuickSwitch mounting system) to be perfect for grabbing scoops of gravel, sawdust and mulch from our stockpiles and moving them to other locations.
An excavator configured with bottom dump bucket can ensure a certain dampening of material into the truck by opening the bucket only slightly so as to allow smaller rocks to fall first and form a 'buffer' for the larger, heavier boulders.
Include a bowl of sugar, lemon or lime wedges, lots of coarsely crushed ice (or small cubes), a blender, swizzle sticks or long slender wooden skewers for stirrers, a pitcher of water to rinse the blender, and a dump bucket to collect the rinse water.