Recently, we exported some excavator bucket teeth to Bangladesh client. This is a trial order from our client. He will place a large order if this batch of bucket teeth can meet his requirements.
Excavator bucket teeth are the pointed or angled protrusions on the edge of an excavator’s bucket that are designed to break up and dig into soil, rock, and other materials during excavation. The teeth are typically made of high-strength steel and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the type of excavation work being done.
Bucket teeth are typically attached to the bucket using a pin and adapter system, which allows them to be easily replaced when they become worn or damaged. Some excavator buckets may also feature replaceable wear plates or cutting edges to further extend the lifespan of the bucket. Maintaining sharp and sturdy bucket teeth is important for efficient and safe excavation work. Worn or damaged teeth can lead to reduced digging performance, increased fuel consumption, and potential safety hazards for workers. Regular inspections and replacement of worn or damaged bucket teeth is a critical part of excavator maintenance.
Like the cutter teeth, if the soil quality of the excavator operation field is very soft, then it is suitable for wide teeth; On the other hand, if the working soil is hard, like rock, then it is suitable for using sharp teeth.
We are responsible for the customer’s products, these bucket teeth packed well in wooden cases, so as to prevent damage to the products in transit.
Replacing bucket teeth can vary depending on the type of excavator and the specific bucket attachment, but here are some general steps that can be followed: 1. Gather necessary tools and equipment: You’ll typically need a wrench, hammer, pry bar, and safety gloves. 2. Remove the old tooth: Use the pry bar to pry the old tooth from the adapter. If it’s stubborn, you may need to use a hammer to tap it out. 3. Clean the adapter: Once the old tooth is removed, use a wire brush or scraper to clean any dirt or debris from the adapter. 4. Install the new tooth: Align the new tooth with the adapter and insert the pin through the tooth and adapter. Use the wrench to tighten the retainer nut to the manufacturer’s recommended torque specification. 5. Test the new tooth: With the new tooth in place, test it to ensure it is securely fastened and working properly. 6. Repeat for additional teeth: If you need to replace multiple teeth, repeat the above steps for each tooth. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines when replacing bucket teeth. If you are unsure about how to replace bucket teeth on your excavator, it may be best to consult with a professional mechanic or equipment dealer for guidance.