Cat345rc 9w8552rc John Deere 400 Bucket Teeth
Material: Special alloy steel
What is bucket teeth?
Bucket teeth of excavators are important parts of excavators, similar to human teeth, but also vulnerable parts. They are combined bucket teeth composed of a tooth seat and a tooth tip, and the two are connected by a pin shaft. Because the part of the bucket tooth wear and failure is the tooth tip, just replace the tooth tip.
Why chose us?
Our bucket teeth are all forged. The most prone to wear of excavators is the bucket teeth. Originally, cast bucket teeth were used. That is because of the low casting cost. They are all melted with waste steel before adding alloy powder and pouring with sand molds. Serious environmental pollution. With the country's strengthening of environmental protection, forged bucket teeth came into being. However, the production process of forged bucket teeth is complicated and cumbersome.
The raw materials used for forging bucket teeth are all chromium-molybdenum alloy round steel produced by large steel mills, which are not recycled alloy steels, so the cost is much higher than casting. It is necessary to cut the alloy round steel to the specified size, and then high-frequency electric heating to about 1100°C, without coal heating, so there is no pollution to the environment, and the country also strongly supports it.
The processed bucket teeth also need to be forged by a second hot die, and a second heat treatment, after which they are painted with anti-rust paint and put in the warehouse number. Each bucket tooth is a product that can be completed by the cooperation of multiple workers and masters. It is interlocked and cannot be fast or slow; each bucket tooth is like a work of art reborn from the fire, waiting to be used quietly.