Low profile buckets have a longer bottom than construction/industrial buckets. They offer excellent cutting edge visibility and good bucket breakout force. Low profile buckets are ideal for grading and leveling applications as well as carrying, loading and other material handling. Available grapple attachment makes easy work of hard-to-handle materials.
Bucket Backs Comparison
The back of a bucket is subjected to extreme force as you push into a pile, lift materials and back drag. Which buckets have the most reinforcement in the right places? Compare them in this video.
Bucket Bottoms Comparison
If a bucket bottom isn't built well, the cutting edge will flex or even permanently bow. You need a strong bucket bottom to cut a grade, flatten your work area or scrape material off hard surfaces. See the strong Bobcat bucket bottom and its unique waffle-plate design.
With Bobcat low profile and construction/industrial buckets, you can easily add custom options like teeth and grapples using simple tools. With other buckets, you must drill holes or permanently weld those options. Watch how Bobcat offers fast, convenient customization.
Your bucket must withstand severe applications. In this test, watch how different buckets react to the forces typically placed upon them by a loader. See which bucket has the least deflection and the most strength.