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Capacity of the bucket?

The Capacity of the bucket varies depending on its use.
On average a bucket load takes one minute to process. But it can vary from 15 seconds to 2 minutes depending on the material.

The main variants of cycle times are material, moisture, particle size, transport time (wheel loaders spend lots of time repositioning the machine) and the operator.

For more accurate capacity calculations please contact your closest REMU Specialist.

Required hydraulic flow and pressure?

Optimal rotation speed is 100-125 rpm and needed flow varies of hydraulic motor replacement volume.  Generally excavators have more than enough flow and pressure. Some wheel loaders and special machines can need special arrangements.

For more accurate information on hydraulics please contact your closest REMU Specialist.

How to install the bucket to the base machine?

The bucket needs coupling to fit on the base machine. Installation is very similar to any other hydraulic attachment.  Suitable hydraulic hoses and a mechanical coupler are needed.

For more accurate information installation please contact your closest REMU Specialist.

What is the grain size of screened/crushed material?

Particle size is generally 8 mm smaller than blade spacing.  For example, 24 mm blade spacing produces 0-16 mm material.    

By opening counter blades upper position the particle size can be adjusted to be larger.

Is Case drain line needed?

There is a special drain line elimination kit available for machines than do not have the possibility for drain line.

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What materials are used to make a bucket?

Buckets are manufactured using only the highest quality steel. Hardox and Strenx are used in places where wear resistance and extra strength are needed the most.

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What is a screening bucket or screening crushing bucket?

A screening bucket is used to separate different size particles, and oversized product will stay in the bucket. A screening crushing bucket is used to make particles from bigger blocks or chunks of material.

Consult REMU to find out what can be crushed. Generally Screening crushers can crush only fractile materials like coal, lime, drywall, glass etc.

Where are buckets manufactured and by what company?

All products are made in Ähtäri Finland by Remu.

What kind of manuals/instructions/documents are delivered with the bucket?

Buckets leave the factory with user manual, spare parts manual and CE-declaration.