18TVC Twin Tiger Tooth Esco Conical 18 Series, Esco style standard twin tiger bucket tooth for 18 series, Conical Series Teeth Point Top Pinned Tips, Replacement Mini Excavator Backhoe Loader Bucket Blade Teeth System, GET Spare Parts China Supplier
18TVC Twin Tiger Tooth Esco Conical 18 Series Tip – Fitting Specifications:
Width 47 mm
Height 39 mm
Depth 50 mm
WEIGHT: 3.50 Lbs PIN TYPE: PIN AND LOCK PIN LOCATION: TOP MOUNT PROFILE SHAPE: TWIN TIGER SERIES: ESCO CONICAL & SUPER CONICAL SUB-SERIES: 18 SERIES TOOTH – TWIN TIGER CONICAL MORE PENETRATION WITH LONGER LIFE THAN THE SINGLE TIGER. LESS LEVERAGE THAN THE SINGLE TIGER REQUIRING MORE BREAKOUT FORCE FROM THE MACHINE.
Bucket teeth, adapters, pins and retainers for the Esco CONICAL-Series fitment style. We offer a wide variety of tooth shapes and sizes, ensuring we have what you need for your specific application. Finding the right balance of strength, penetration and wear life is vital to choosing the tip shape for your application. To explain an innovative design on bucket tooth technology on the inside of the tooth, 3D animation was the way to go. This video starts off showing the problem – then the solution.
SJGET has a range of ES-CO 18 Series Bucket Teeth in stock. We understand the importance of fitting the right teeth to your bucket in order to get the job done properly, minimize the performance of your machine and make your job run more efficiently. That’s why we have designed our ES-CO Bucket Teeth to fit most machinery makes and models to keep you working harder for longer. Our ES-CO 18 Series Bucket Teeth are made to be used on 8-20 tonne machinery and have been designed to be sharper and flatter to maximize penetration and deliver long term performance. 18SRC Esco Standard Alloy Steel Bucket Rock Chisel Tip
18TVC Twin Tip Tiger Teeth
18 Series Esco are the most common teeth in Australia for mini excavators from 3 to 6 tonne. They are fitted with a rubber lock inside the adapter and a serrated pin which is punched in vertically from top to bottom. These will most likely be the teeth fitted If you have an older mini excavator from 3 to 6 tonne with a rectangular pin.
Blade or Twin Tiger?
Blade teeth are great for general purpose work and long life, the large wear area will last longer than twin tip tiger teeth. Twin tip tiger teeth will penetrate the ground much easier than blade teeth due to sharper points on the teeth, however they will wear faster than blade teeth due to the smaller wear area than blade teeth. The general rule of thumb is to use blades for normal work and tigers when the ground is too hard and the machine is struggling to dig.