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Screening Bucket

Always worth more than its price

Wear-resistant steel rotors & robust structure
Wear-resistant steel rotors & robust structure
REMU Product support with years of experience
Product support with years of experience
REMU Saving time, transportation and material cost
Saving time, transportation and material cost

How does a REMU screening bucket work?

On the drawings below you can see the working process of a bucket when it screens material. The procedure depends on the motion of rotor spinning.

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Inside the bucket
rotators, blades, cleaning scrapers and counter blades

REMU screening buckets are equipped with 2 to 4 wear resistant steel rotators depending on the model. Most of the rotators are spiral shaped to decrease needed power when starting to operate with bucket full of heavy material.

Blade designs

Our blade designs can be divided into two groups:

Point one no breaking sharp particles

Screening blades genuinely separate the materials without breaking sharp particles into screened material

Point two aggressive blades

Aggressive blades are designed to mince and break the material like glass, roof tiles, root lumps

standard screening blade
aggressive blade
Light screening blade
mixing blade
Counter blades

Comb counter blades are designed purely for screening and separating the material while aggressive counter blades are used for rough material and mincing the particles.

aggressive counter
COMB counter
Cleaning scrapers

Blade screen technology is the best choice for moist materials. Rotating blades make the material move up and down while cleaning scrapers, constantly empty the rotators from sticky materials.


Screening Bucket Series

Multiple series for each unique application.

Technical Data

The table includes model, carrier size, hydraulic flow, hydraulic pressure, volume ISO / SAE, screening area, width, depth, height and weight.