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Rotating Screening Bucket for 14-20 Tonne Excavators (VTN SR10)


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Rotating Screening Bucket for 14-20 Tonne Excavators (VTN SR10)

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The VTN SR10 rotating screening bucket is compatible with 14 to 20 tonne excavators and is perfect for the screening and selection of various materials in recycling, demolition, and many other industries.

This screening bucket attachment operates with a bi-directional rotating drum, allowing your operators to precisely control material processing and boosting job efficiency. It is also constructed from hard-wearing HARDOX steel, giving this tool unmatched reliability and toughness.

Moreover, this rotatory screening bucket allows for quick and simple set-up times as it is very easy to attach and detach to excavators, reducing potential downtime on-site.

This bucket also comes with a variety of screens to suit multiple applications, so drop us an enquiry if you’re looking for anything specific.

VTN are known for their industry-leading quality screening buckets. That’s why this tool features:

  • A robust bi-directional rotating drum

  • HARDOX steel construction (for reliability and toughness)

  • Simple attachment and detachment

  • A reduction of crushing times by up to 60% over other alternatives

  • The ability to complement 14 – 20 tonne excavators


If you're looking for screening bucket hire in the North of England (UK), use the enquire now function next to this description. One of our attachment hire experts will contact you as soon as possible.

If you're unsure whether this is the correct screening bucket to hire, we can conduct a project audit and provide a recommendation to you within minutes.

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Unladen Weight 1150kg
Model SR10
Make VTN
Carrier Weight 14 - 20 Tonnes

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