The effectiveness of a loader is determined by two mainly determined by the type of bucket. The choice of any type of bucket is determined by several factors. Some of the considerations include the volume of work and the load you intend to lift as well as the specific purpose of the loader.
By just making the right bucket choice, you not only save some money that can be channeled towards other business needs, but also you properly utilize the workshop space that may be filled with buckets you may have no use of.
Rake Bucket: This type of bucket is made up of prongs and grips designed to compress material into the bucket. They are efficient and more creatively designed compared to the normal buckets that can easily get dirty. With their mast raised, bigger logs can be rolled and grabbed from above.
Light Material Bucket: As the name suggests, these buckets are designed for lighter loads. They are voluminous and hence call for extra caution by the drivers. This is because the load’s COG is far from the driver, therefore requiring close management of the load.