DI-MAX AA

  • Mill Duty, Thick Walls with Reinforced Back & Corners
  • Extremely High Impact and Abrasion Resistance
  • Applications Up to 600 Degrees
  • Designed To Handle Sand, Glass Cullet, Stone, Shot Blast, Rock, Concrete and Other Abrasive Products
  • Long Wearing Digging Edge
  • Stronger Than Steel of the Same Gauge
  • Smooth Surface to Ensure Proper Filling
  • Strong Impact & Abrasion Resistance for Long Life

There’s Ductile Iron and then there’s Maxi-Lift Ductile Iron.

The DI-Max AA bucket performs at the top of its class.

MOUNTING HOLES AND VENTING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS

DI-Max AA

BUCKET SIZEWEIGHTCAPACITY
SizeLengthProjDepthBackwall ThicknessFront Corner ThicknessFront Lip ThicknessWeightWater Level, Cu. Inches100% Gross Capacity, Cu. Inches
Dimensionininininininlbscu incu in
4 x 34.53.3753.50.1850.2750.251.717.124.2
6 x 46.54.3754.50.250.350.2753.842.363.5
7 x 4 1/27.54.3754.50.250.350.275449.576.2
7 x 57.8755.1255.50.250.250.216.168.6102.9
8 x 58.55.3755.50.250.40.3756.583.1126.3
9 x 59.55.3755.50.250.40.3757.590.7138.8
11 x 511.8755.255.50.210.250.217102.6153.9
15 x 515.87555.50.210.40.3510.7154.2235.9
19 x 519.8755.255.50.250.40.3514.1198.2303.2
9 x 69.6256.3756.50.30.40.37510.2124.7190.8
10 x 610.6256.3756.50.30.40.37511.2143.4219.7
11 x 611.6256.3756.50.30.40.37512.2159.8244.5
12 x 612.6256.3756.50.30.40.37513.1175.4268.3
12 x 712.6257.3757.50.330.6250.4518.5219.7350.9
14 x 714.6257.3757.50.330.6250.4520.4265.2407
16 x 716.6257.3757.50.330.6250.4522.9301.2460.9
14 x 814.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.524.6366526
16 x 816.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.526.8381.4599.2
18 x 818.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.52530450.3695
20 x 820.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.52534.3499.3763.9
24 x 824.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.52542.9597.4914
18 x 1018.7510.37510.50.440.80.7544.6661.51012.9

The DI-MAX AA style ductile iron elevator buckets are engineered to exceed the performance requirements of any industrial application. These buckets are designed with thicker walls and a reinforced front lip to increase bucket life in tough industrial environments. Ductile iron is far superior to malleable iron in both impact and abrasion resistance. Replacing malleable iron with DI-MAX ductile iron elevator buckets will result in longer bucket life and more efficient operation.

Features

  • Mill duty, thick walls with reinforced back and corners
  • Extremely high impact and abrasion resistance
  • Applications up to 600 degrees
  • Non-corrosive, non-sparking
  • Designed to handle sand, glass cullet, stone, shot blast, rock, concrete and other abrasive products
  • DI-MAX has a Brinell hardness of 297

Benefits

  • Long wearing digging edges
  • Stronger than steel of the same gauge
  • Smooth surface to ensure proper filling
  • Strong impact and abrasion resistance for long life

MOUNTING HOLES AND VENTING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS

DI-Max Digger

Bucket Size, InchesThickness, InchesCapacity, Cu. InchesWeight, Lbs.
SizeLength (L)Proj. (P)Depth (D)Back WallFront CornerFront LipWater Level (X-X)Gross (X-Y)Ductile Iron
4x34.53.3753.50.1850.2750.2517.124.21.7
5x3 1/253.53.750.1850.2750.2523.431.82.8
6x46.54.3754.50.250.350.27542.363.53.8
7x4 1/27.54.3754.50.250.350.27549.576.24
7x57.8755.1255.50.250.250.2168.6102.96.1
8x58.55.3755.50.250.40.37583.1126.36.5
9x59.55.3755.50.250.40.37590.7138.87.5
11x511.8755.255.50.210.250.21102.6153.97
15x515.87555.50.210.40.35154.2235.910.7
19x519.8755.255.50.250.40.35198.2303.214.1
9x69.6256.3756.50.30.40.375124.7190.810.2
10x610.6256.3756.50.30.40.375143.4219.711.2
11x611.6256.3756.50.30.40.375159.8244.512.2
12x612.6256.3756.50.30.40.375175.4268.313.1
12x712.6257.3757.50.330.6250.45219.7350.918.5
14x714.6257.3757.50.330.6250.45265.240720.4
16x716.6257.3757.50.330.6250.45301.2460.922.9
14x814.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.536652624.6
16x816.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.5381.4599.226.8
18x818.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.525450.369530
20x820.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.525499.3763.934.3
24x824.6258.3758.50.3750.6250.525597.491442.9
18x1018.7510.37510.50.440.80.75661.51012.944.6

Venting an elevator bucket aids in bucket fill and discharge with light, fluffy materials.

Lightweight, fluffy materials, those that are extremely dense or flow poorly can be difficult to handle in bucket elevators at high speeds. Because these materials tend to trap air when being handled by an elevator bucket, it is necessary to provide air relief to assist in their filling and discharge. Materials in this category might be various flours, meals, feed mash or screenings. As these materials enter the bucket, air is released through a series of vent holes in the bottom of the bucket allowing for a more complete fill. These vent holes also allow air to re-enter the bucket, which facilitates full release of product into the discharge.

Generally hole diameter is equal to bolt holes drilled for attachment. In certain cases, larger diameter holes may be necessary.

When elevating powdery materials such as cement in the Tiger-Tuff, a minimum of two rows of 3/8″ diameter vent holes are recommended to help insure that the material will discharge cleanly.

#1 Vent
Same holes in body as bolt mounting holes.

#2 Vent
One row of holes on 1-1/8″centers.

#3 Vent
Two rows of holes on 1-1/8″centers.

#4 Vent
Same as #3, plus three holes in each end cap.

Custom Vent
Vented as required.

Call for Industrial Bucket venting recommendations

ADDITIONAL SPECIAL DRILLING AND VENTING CHARGES

  • Drilling any diameter hole over 13/32″
  • Bolt Hole centers closer than 1-3/4″
  • Side drilled buckets except standard peanut buckets
  • Special Venting requirements such as extra holes, change in diameter holes, etc.
  • Quoted prices subject to change due to special drilling and venting requirements

CATALOGS

ARTICLES

Wayne Farms LLC
Ag-Land FS Inc.
Central Valley Ag
Farmers Cooperative Association
Two Rivers Cooperative
Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co.
Louis Dreyfus Commodities
CHS Larsen Cooperative
Louis Dreyfus Commodities
Richardson International Ltd
A Lesson In Innovation
Agland
CHS Garrison
81-20 Grain LLC
Central States Enterprises Inc.
Farmers Pride Cooperative
Louis Dreyfus Commodities
Ray Carroll County Grain Growers, Inc.
MKC
The DeLong Co., Inc.
Alabama Farmers Cooperative
Cobb Vantress Inc.
Aurora Cooperative
TEMCO LLC
Cargill Pork
Cargill, Inc.
MKC
Garden City Cooperative
Cooperative Producers, Inc.
Aurora Cooperative
Fullerton Farmers Elevator
Cornerstone Ag LLC
CHS, Inc.
Cargill, Incorporated
Crystal Valley Cooperative
Lincoln Supply LLC
Co-Alliance, LLP
Murphy-Brown LLC
Planter's Grain Cooperative
StateLine Cooperative
Garden City Cooperative, Inc.
DFS Inc.
Country Partners Cooperative
New Possibilities
Eastern Grain Marketing LLC
Auburn Bean & Grain Co.
Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator
New Shuttle Loader Facility Prepares for Takeoff
Blanchard Valley Farmers Coop
Seaboard Foods
Crossroads Coop Association
United Grain Systems, LLC
Maxilift Makes The Move
Alliance Grain Co
CPI-Lansing, LLC
GRAINCO FS Inc.
Sunrise Cooperative Inc.
Gavilon
Ursa Farmers Cooperative
Michigan Agricultural Commodities
Farmway Coop Inc.
The Andersons, Inc.
Glacial Plains Cooperative
Peco Foods Inc.
Gavilon
Cooperative Elevator Co.
Cargill, Incorporated
Alabama Farmers Cooperative
Auburn's New Feed Mill Comes To Roost
Co-Alliance LLP
All American Cooperative
Fremar LLC
Butterball, LLC
EGT, LLC
Gavilon Grain LLC
TopFlight Grain Co.
Tubbs Rice and Grain
Blanchard Valley Farmers Cooperative
Five Star Cooperative
Sanderson Farms Inc.
Co-Alliance LLP
Aurora Cooperative Elevator Co.
Madison Farmers Elevator Co.
Gold River Feed Products
Farmers Coop of Eldorado
Farmers Grain & Coal Co.
Cassidy Grain Co.
Town & Country Cooperative
DeBruce Grain Inc. div. of Gavilon Grain Inc.
Glacial Plains Cooperative
Prairie Central Cooperative
Sunrise Cooperative Inc.
South Dakota Wheat Growers Association
All Points Cooperative
Cargill Animal Nutrition
Mid Kansas Cooperative Association
Sunrise Cooperative, Inc.
Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
Azteca Milling LP
Kanza Coop Association
Harvest Land Cooperative
Olsen’s Mill Inc.
Alabama Farmers Cooperative
Ruff Bros. Grain Co.
Antwerp Equity
The Scoular Company
Auburn Bean & Grain
Lucky Farmers Inc
United Cooperative
CHS Connell Grain

The DI-MAX AA style ductile iron elevator buckets are engineered to exceed the performance requirements of any industrial application. These buckets are designed with thicker walls and a reinforced front lip to increase bucket life in tough industrial environments. Ductile iron is far superior to malleable iron in both impact and abrasion resistance. Replacing malleable iron with DI-MAX ductile iron elevator buckets will result in longer bucket life and more efficient operation.

Features

  • Mill duty, thick walls with reinforced back and corners
  • Extremely high impact and abrasion resistance
  • Applications up to 600 degrees
  • Non-corrosive, non-sparking
  • Designed to handle sand, glass cullet, stone, shot blast, rock, concrete and other abrasive products
  • DI-MAX has a Brinell hardness of 297

Benefits

  • Long wearing digging edges
  • Stronger than steel of the same gauge
  • Smooth surface to ensure proper filling
  • Strong impact and abrasion resistance for long life

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