Tiger-Tuff Orange Bucket

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TIGER-TUFF

  • Thicker Corners
  • Thicker Walls, Heavy Front Lip for Digging
  • Increases Elevator Capacity
  • Cleaner Discharge
  • High Impact / Abrasion Resistant
  • Lowers Elevator Maintenance
  • Decreases Elevator Down-Time
  • Extends Bucket Life
  • Non-Corrosive, Non-Sparking

TIGER-TUFF LOW PROFILE OPTION

Reduced height modification for closer vertical spacing on the belt. The low profile system allows more buckets per foot of elevator belt. When upgrading to Low Profile buckets horsepower requirements must be evaluated due to increased capacity.


ENGINEERED FOR ULTIMATE RELIABILITY

The thickest front lip and corners give longest bucket life.

MOUNTING HOLES AND VENTING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS

Tiger-Tuff

BUCKET SIZEPUNCHINGWEIGHTCAPACITY
SizeLengthProjDepthBackwall ThicknessCenters# of HolesBolt SizeTop DownPolyNylonUrethaneWater Level X-XUseable 5 ° Over X-5°Std SpacingCarton Qty.
DimensionsinininininNo.ininlbs.lbs.lbs.cu incu incu inPcs.
6 x 56.6255.7550.334.37520.251.6250.941.081.1867.273.986
7 x 57.6255.7550.332.687530.251.6251.11.261.3879.7289.246
8 x 58.6255.7550.333.062530.251.6251.251.441.5788.5497.986
9 x 59.6255.7550.333.62530.251.6251.411.61.77107.37121.276
10 x 510.6255.7550.334.12530.251.6251.571.81.97121.3138.896
11 x 511.6255.7550.33340.251.6251.721.982.16140.7153.166
12 x 512.6255.7550.333.37540.251.6251.882.162.36159.87167.146
8 x 68.6256.87560.43.062530.251.6251.822.092.28135.56150.857
9 x 69.6256.87560.43.62530.251.6251.972.262.47150.26165.877
10 x 610.6256.87560.44.12530.251.6252.132.42.67170.69185.627
11 x 611.6256.87560.4340.251.6252.292.632.87185.18200.367
12 x 612.6256.87560.43.37540.251.6252.442.813.05200.37220.587
13 x 613.6256.87560.43.62540.251.6252.62.993.25220.78240.487
12 x 712.8757.87570.423.37540.312523.644.85269.24298.128
13 x 713.8757.87570.423.62540.312523.864.445.5292.51323.228
14 x 714.8757.87570.42350.312524.144.755.75315.77350.588
15 x 715.8757.87570.423.2550.312524.4755.85346.64383.388
16 x 716.8757.87570.422.87560.312524.685.55.95377.41415.148
11 x 811.8758.8758.250.5340.312524.455.166.02340.02374.79
12 x 812.8758.8758.250.53.37540.312524.715.86.85373411.059
13 x 813.8758.8758.250.53.62540.312524.925.26.3404.85446.159
14 x 814.8758.8758.250.5350.312525.35.46.55436.8481.359
16 x 8179.258.250.52.87560.31252.55.356.257.4512.57566.399
18 x 8199.258.250.53.12560.31252.55.896.95567.49627.089
20 x 8219.258.250.53.560.31252.56.627.4646.81714.739
22 x 8239.258.250.5460.31252.57.859701.9757.49
24 x 8259.258.250.53.570.31252.58.510.15763.4831.089
16 x 101711.25100.752.87560.31252.58.8710.75795.7875.3711
18 x 101911.25100.753.12560.31252.59.8311.29101001.2111
20 x 102111.25100.753.560.31252.510.5711.951032.51135.9811

MOUNTING HOLES AND VENTING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS

Tiger-Tuff (Low Profile)

BUCKET SIZEPUNCHINGWEIGHTCAPACITY
SizeLengthProjDepthBackwall ThicknessCenters# of HolesBolt SizeTop DownPoly NylonUrethaneWater Level X-XUseable 5 ° Over X-5°Std SpacingCarton Qty.
DimensionsinininininNo.ininlbs.lbs.lbs.cu incu ininPcs.
6 x 56.6255.7540.334.37520.2510.836667.273.984
7 x 57.6255.7540.332.687530.2510.97979.7289.244
8 x 58.6255.7540.333.062530.2511.112588.5497.984
9 x 59.6255.7540.333.62530.2511.2549107.37121.274
10 x 510.6255.7540.334.12530.2511.3973121.3138.894
11 x 511.6255.7540.33340.2511.5308140.7153.164
12 x 512.6255.7540.333.37540.2511.6732159.87167.144
8 x 68.6256.87550.43.062530.2511.638135.56150.855
9 x 69.6256.87550.43.62530.2511.773150.26165.875
10 x 610.6256.87550.44.12530.2511.917170.69185.625
11 x 611.6256.87550.4340.2512.061185.18200.365
12 x 612.6256.87550.43.37540.2512.196200.37220.585
13 x 613.6256.87550.43.62540.2512.34220.78240.485
12 x 712.8757.8755.750.423.37540.312513.23753.553.98269.24298.126
13 x 713.8757.8755.750.423.62540.312513.4743.824.29292.51323.226
14 x 714.8757.8755.750.42350.312513.7264.074.56315.77350.586
15 x 715.8757.8755.750.423.2550.312514.0234.194.72346.64383.386
16 x 716.8757.8755.750.422.87560.312514.2124.324.84377.41415.146
11 x 811.8758.8756.750.5340.312514.0054.335.08340.02374.77
12 x 812.8758.8756.750.53.37540.312514.2394.585.45373411.057
13 x 813.8758.8756.750.53.62540.312514.4284.665.6404.85446.157
14 x 814.8758.8756.750.5350.312514.775.025.99436.8481.357
16 x 8179.256.750.52.87560.312514.8155.686.96512.57566.397
18 x 8199.256.750.53.12560.312515.896.39567.49627.087
20 x 8219.256.750.53.560.312516.626.94646.81714.737
22 x 8239.256.750.5460.312517.858.45701.9757.47
24 x 8259.256.750.53.570.312518.59.27763.4831.087
16 x 101711.258.50.752.87560.312518.879.12795.7875.379
18 x 101911.258.50.753.12560.312519.8310.179101001.219
20 x 102111.258.50.753.560.3125110.2711.021032.51135.989

Digger elevator buckets aid in breaking up material in the boot section of a bucket elevator. Diggers extend 1/4″ further than plastic elevator buckets. Weights and dimensions will vary. Tolerance is a 1/4″ on all bucket dimensions except bolt hole diameter which is 1/16″. Capacity is based off of plastic elevator buckets of similar style. Buckets available in carbon or stainless steel. Additional AR wear lips, back plates and venting available upon request. Buckets available in other gauges including 14GA, 12GA, 10GA, 7GA, 1/4″ thick.

Tiger-Tuff Steel Digger

Bucket Size, InchesPunching, InchesWeight, Lbs.Capacity, Cu. Inches
SizeLength (L)Proj. (P)Depth (D)Centers (E)# Of HolesBolt Size10 GA Carbon SteelWater Level (X-X)Useable 5° Over X-5°
12X713.3758.12573.37544250615.7283.18312.06
13X714.3758.12573.62544250616.35292.51323.22
14X715.3758.1257354250617331.49365.3
15X716.3758.12573.2564250617.65346.64383.38
16X717.3758.12572.87564250618.3379.9418.65
11X812.3758.1258.25344250617.33340.02374.7
12X813.3759.1258.253.37544250618.9373411.08
13X813.8759.1258.253.62544250619.9404.85446.15
14X815.8759.1258.25354250621.3436.8481.35
16X817.59.758.1252.87564250623.1512.57566.39
18X819.59.758.253.12564250625.2567.49627.08
20X821.59.758.253.564250627646.81714.73
22X823.59.758.25464250629.43701.9757.4
24X825.59.758.253.574250631.37763.4831.08
16X1017.511.75102.87564250630795.7875.37
18X1019.2511.5103.12564250632.59101001.21
20X1021.511.5103.564250635.61032.51135.98

(Recommended but not restricted to handling these specific products)

Barley

AG_Uses_Sample_Barley

Grains

AG_Uses_Sample_Grain

Rice

AG_Uses_Sample_Rice

Brown Sugar

AG_Uses_Sample_BrownSugar

Grass Seed

AG_Uses_Sample_GrassSeed

Salt

AG_Uses_Sample_Salt

Coffee

AG_Uses_Sample_Coffee

Meat Scrap

AG_Uses_Sample_MeatScap

Soy Beans

AG_Uses_Sample_Soybeans_NEW

Corn

AG_Uses_Sample_Corn

Nuts

AG_Uses_Sample_Nuts

Sugar

AG_Uses_Sample_Sugar

Feed

AG_Uses_Sample_Feed

Oats

AG_Uses_Sample_Oats

Sunflower Seeds

AG_Uses_Sample_SunfloweerSeeds

Flour

AG_Uses_Sample_Flour

Pellets

AG_Uses_Sample_Pellets

Wheat

AG_Uses_Sample_Wheat

Polyethylene

Tiger-Tuff Orange Bucket

Application:
Grains & Food Products

Temperature Range:
-60F to +180F
(210F intermittent)

FDA Approved Material:
Yes

Comments:
Economical, high density polyethylene. FDA approved material for handling food grade products.

Nylon

Application:
Hot, high impact, abrasive dense products

Temperature Range:
-120F to +180F
(210F intermittent)

FDA Approved Material:
No

Comments:
Best for high heat applications, with tough impact and abrasion needs.

Urethane

Application:
Heavy, abrasion, sticky materials

Temperature Range:
-60F to +180F
(210F intermittent)

FDA Approved Material:
Yes

Comments:
Most flexible and abrasion resistant. Resists product sticking and sharp cutting particles.

FDA Nylon

Application:
Hot, high impact, abrasive food grade products

Temperature Range:
-60F to +300F

FDA Approved Material:
Yes

Comments:
Best for high heat food grade applications, with tough impact and abrasion needs.

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.

Standard hole diameter is equal to the size of the bolt mounting holes in vent pattern #1, all other vent patterns will have 11/32” diameter holes unless otherwise requested by customer.

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

Lincoln Premium Poultry
West Central Ag Services
West Central Ag Services
Michigan Agricultural Commodities
GrainsConnect Canada
Delphos-Cooperative-Association
MFA Inc.
Deerfield Ag Services
Dakota Plains Ag Center LLC
Central Valley Ag
Kanza Cooperative
Wayne Farms LLC
Ag-Land FS Inc.
Central Valley Ag
Farmers Cooperative Assoc.
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