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Also known as trackpad repair or grouser bar repair, is a maintenance procedure commonly performed on crawler-type heavy equipment, such as excavators, bulldozers, and track loaders.

Bucket Repair

This involves repairing or restoring the functionality of buckets used in heavy equipment such as excavators, loaders, and bulldozers. Buckets are subjected to significant wear and tear due to their frequent use in digging, lifting, and material handling operations. By performing these bucket repair techniques as part of regular maintenance and servicing, heavy equipment operators can extend the service life of their buckets, optimize performance, and minimize downtime and costly replacements.

Various types of bucket repair may be necessary to address different types of damage or wear. Here are some common bucket repair techniques:

  • Crack Repair
    Cracks in the bucket can occur due to heavy impact, stress, or metal fatigue. Welding is commonly used to repair cracks by filling in the damaged area with molten metal, reinforcing the weakened section, and preventing further propagation of the crack.
  • Edge Rebuilding
    The cutting edge of the bucket is prone to wear and may become dull or damaged over time. Edge rebuilding involves welding additional metal onto the cutting edge to restore its original profile and improve cutting efficiency.
  • Tooth Replacement
    Bucket teeth are subjected to high levels of abrasion and may wear down or break off over time. Tooth replacement involves removing worn or damaged teeth and installing new ones to maintain the bucket's digging performance and material penetration.
  • Bottom Plate Repair
    The bottom plate of the bucket may become worn or develop holes due to abrasive materials or excessive use. Welding is used to patch or repair holes in the bottom plate, restoring the structural integrity of the bucket and preventing material spillage.
  • Side Wall Repair
    The side walls of the bucket may experience dents, cracks, or deformation from impacts or abrasive materials. Welding can be used to repair damaged side walls by filling in dents, reinforcing weakened areas, and restoring the bucket's overall shape and strength.
  • Liner Installation
    In high-abrasion applications, such as mining or quarrying, installing a liner inside the bucket can help protect the bucket from wear and extend its service life. Liners are typically made of abrasion-resistant materials such as AR400 or Hardox steel and are custom-fitted to the shape of the bucket.
  • Structural Reinforcement
    For buckets subjected to heavy loads or extreme operating conditions, additional structural reinforcement may be necessary to prevent deformation or failure. This may involve welding gussets, braces, or stiffeners onto the bucket to enhance its strength and durability.
  • Bolt Replacement and Tightening
    Bolts and fasteners securing various components of the bucket, such as teeth, wear plates, and shrouds, may become loose or damaged over time. Replacing worn bolts and ensuring proper tightening of fasteners is essential for maintaining the integrity and functionality of the bucket.

Moldboard/Frog Replacement

In the context of heavy equipment, such as motor graders, dozers, or agricultural equipment, the moldboard refers to the curved blade or plate of the machine's blade assembly. The moldboard is a critical component for shaping and levelling surfaces, particularly in road construction, grading, and earth moving applications. Moldboard replacement typically involves removing the old or damaged moldboard and installing a new one. The process may include:

  • Detaching the moldboard from the blade assembly using bolts or other fasteners.

  • Removing any attachments or components connected to the moldboard, such as wear plates or cutting edges.

  • Installing the new moldboard and securing it to the blade assembly.

  • Reattaching any attachments or components, and ensuring proper alignment and adjustment of the moldboard for optimal performance.

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