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For excavators weighing 22—27 tons

engcon’s cable bucket – developed for precision excavation with minimal width for e.g. cables or other services requiring narrow trenches. Its deep profile means better accessibility beneath intersecting cables and pipes and also allows deep trenching without the need for the tiltrotator to go below surface level.

engcon’s cable buckets are available in two models – Standard and tapered (C)
Standard is the conventional type with parallel side plates for excavating ditches with vertical sides.
The tapered model has a narrower blade than the standard cable bucket but with the same width top, producing a narrower trench bottom with slightly sloping sides.

engcon’s cable buckets are made from high-quality steel. As with other engcon buckets, the cutters and other exposed wear surfaces have a hardness of 500 Brinell.

A factory-fitted tooth kit is available as an optional extra.


The illustration shows a typical configuration. Technical data may vary.
We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice.

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engcon's total concept makes your excavator more efficient. We supply safe products that turn your excavator into a flexible, profitable part of your operation.


The tiltrotator's ability to tilt and rotate makes the machine a good all-rounder that carries out most tasks with greater precision.


Fewer machine movements and faster jobs mean less wear on the machine.

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