JRB recycle buckets by Paladin Construction Group include the powerful JRB refuse/transfer bucket and the versatile JRB grapple bucket. Both are engineered to increase wheel loader productivity in a wide variety of recycling, landfill and transfer station applications. To maintain maximum efficiency, high-wear areas have drilled (instead of welded) width and edge hole patterns designed to fit standard OEM wear parts. JRB recycle buckets may be used as a pin-on attachment or with the company’s quick coupler system.
The JRB refuse/transfer bucket comes in two profile style designs: a pushing style to move debris and a loading style with a deeper pocket to pick up debris and easily dump it where needed. A heavy-duty tubular visibility spill guard is located toward the top of the bucket so operators can see when the load is reaching maximum capacity. This makes it easy to see the material being moved or scooped for precise bucket filing and optimal productivity. The bucket’s base is constructed of minimum 50-yield steel, while all wear areas are made from a minimum Burnell hardness of 400. The bucket is available in five wheel loader size ranges with capacities from four to 10 cubic yards. The grapple bucket is available in three different designs: a full-side design to move small and fine material, a half-side design that is lighter in weight and can handle medium-size material, and a cutaway design to move larger debris. Each design has two separate grapple arms that can be independently moved by the dual hydraulic cylinders, allowing for better control and versatility when clamping uneven loads. An optional screen guard can also be used when maximum material retention is crucial or when transporting small and fine material. The grapple bucket is available in seven wheel loader size ranges with capacities from one to eight cubic yards.