Austin designs and manufactures mining excavator buckets to suit most OEM machines, ranging within the 100T to 900T class and up to 50 m3 in size.
Austin designs and manufactures front-end loader buckets with volumes ranging from 5m3 to 40 m3 to suit every OEM make and model. Many designs are available, including heavy-duty hard rock, large volume coal, modular, linerless, or lightweight.
Austin designs and manufactures high-performance underground LHD buckets that outperform OEM products and maximise your output.
Austin designs and manufactures face shovel buckets that are compatible with all OEM machines. We work closely with OEMs to ensure our buckets are designed to operate within OEM specifications.
JEC Face Shovel design features:
Austin designs and manufactures face shovel excavator buckets that are compatible with all OEM machines. We work closely with OEMs to ensure our buckets are designed to operate within OEM specifications.
Improvements to the rear structure have allowed for a heavy-duty main shell plate to be incorporated, providing superior strength and wear resistance.
With additional material and Improvements to known failure areas, the JEC upgraded hinge casting option improves structural longevity.
Additional structural ribbing has been incorporated into the base shell structure to strengthen the upper apron and resist impact damage to critical pivot areas.
Replaceable bolt-on wear edges protect the apron moldboard (a known high wear area) from wear across the full bucket width and reduces the potential for jaw pivot failure due to uneven cylinder loading.
Full interchangeability with standard componentry, design within machine operating envelopes, and keeping within OEM maximum suspended load guidelines.
The optional high-impact spill guard Increases protection against spillage and damage to the machine crowd cylinder area.
Our designs are customised for any specific application and to meet OEM specifications. This includes full interchangeability with standard componentry, design within machine operating envelopes and keeping within OEM maximum suspended load guidelines.