concrete bucket

concrete bucket

[′käŋ‚krēt ‚bək·ət]
(engineering)
A container with movable gates at the bottom that is attached to power cranes or cables to transport concrete.
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The final concrete bucket, which was adorned with the same American flag that was used at the topping out of 7 and 4 WTC, was signed by Silverstein, construction workers and the assembled dignitaries.
You'll find the Concrete Bucket Stool that started Uyeda on his crusade, along with essential pieces like the Flip Desk and Platform Bed.
Parking spaces are blocked with gas cylinders and steel bars in a concrete bucket. Where will residents park their cars?
Bracco said he would always advise people to use stuff like concrete buckets or five-gallon water jugs to weigh down inflated, oversized toys in parties, as they were much more reliable than tying them to stakes hammered into the ground.
For these details, the concrete is transferred to the desired location using concrete buckets and trolleys.
There is also a comprehensive range of attachments for use on T40140 and T40180 telehandlers, including different types of digging buckets; man platforms; concrete buckets; pallet forks; jibs and winches.
In the first case, a simulation of work of a system comprising one crane, appropriate number of concrete mixers, concrete buckets, and a group of concreters has been presented.