HAWK 2000 Hour Warranty

Trench Bucket

HAWK’s trench bucket can seamlessly dig deep and narrow trenches while keeping an exemplary breakout force, effectively making the excavator cycle times faster. This can both be a trench bucket for the backhoe or a trench bucket for an excavator. These buckets are specially made with abrasion-resistant materials, which explains why it’s lighter than other trenching buckets on the market. Apart from that, it also offers high-strength bottom wear straps and highly durable side wear plates, making the equipment fit for extreme work environments. 

HAWK’s narrow trenching bucket is best for double cutting-edge and large capacity cleaning, grading, sloping, and ditching tasks. The brand’s excavator trenching bucket is also suited for backfilling, finishing, grading, ditch cleaning, and landscaping work. It can also deliver if you need it to handle high-volume lightweight objects. This 1 to 80-ton trenching bucket for the backhoe is also intended for fill leveling, small-scale dozing, and topsoil stripping. 

In order to achieve a more perfect fit, HAWK can customize the size according to the needs of customers.

Tonnes Bucket Type Width Edge Type Bucket Pins Weight (lbs)
12T TRENCH BUCKET 1600mm Bolt on cutting edge Included 1,256
15T TRENCH BUCKET 1800mm Bolt on cutting edge Included 1,366
20T TRENCH BUCKET 2000mm Bolt on cutting edge Included 1,851
25T TRENCH BUCKET 2200mm Bolt on cutting edge Included 2,579
30T TRENCH BUCKET 2400mm Bolt on cutting edge Included 3,351

FAQ

Q. How is a trenching bucket different from a ditching bucket?

  A. While both buckets share the same main profile, the latter offers a deeper and broader profile to make clay and sand operations smooth. Aside from cleaning ditches, backfilling, grading, and material loading, ditching buckets are best in slopy work environments. 

Q. What are some tips for choosing the right excavator bucket?

  A. To find the most suitable excavator bucket to purchase, consider the following tips:

  1. Consider the soil condition before thinking of the right excavator bucket. Go for heavy-duty trench buckets if you’re working with shale, silt, sand, gravel, and clay. However, if you’re working with abrasive materials, go for severe-duty buckets. 
  2. Consider your digging needs. Depending on the project you’re working on, you can choose between trenching, ditching, or angle tilts excavator buckets. 
  3. Customize your buckets by adding accessories. 
  4. Inspect your buckets and replace rusty and worn parts right away.

Q.Which payment terms can we accept?

  A. Normally we can work on T/T or L/C terms, sometimes DP terms.
       1). On T/T term, 30% advance payment is required and a 70% balance shall be settled before shipment.
       2). On L/C term, a 100% irrevocable L/C without “soft clauses” can be accepted. Please contact directly with our customer representatives for the specific payment term.

Q. What logistics way for product delivery?

  A. 1).90% in shipment by sea, to all main continents such as South America, Middle East, Africa, Oceania and Europe, etc.
       2). For neighborhood countries of China, including Russia, Mongolia, Uzbekistan etc., we can ship by road or railway.
       3). For light parts in urgent need, we can deliver in international courier service, including DHL, TNT, UPS or FedEx.

Q. What are your warranty terms?

  A. We provide a 12-month or 2000 working hours structural warranty on all our products, except failure caused by improper installation, operation or maintenance, accident, damage, misuse or non HAWK modification, and normal wear.

Q. What is your lead time?

  A. We aim to provide customers with a fast lead time. We understand emergencies happen and priority production should be preferred for a faster turnaround. A stock order lead time is 3-5 working days, while custom orders are within 1-2 weeks. Contact HAWK products so we can provide an accurate lead time based on situations.