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First Xtreme Throughput Bucket Tapco First to Manufacture Nonmetallic HD, Introduces XD (XTREME DUTY) Elevator Bucket


Over 38 years ago, Tapco Inc. introduced the CC-HD (Heavy-Duty) nonmetallic elevator bucket to the agricultural industry.


that provide an ideal commodity trajectory. Tapco XTREME DUTY bucket are offered in 12 size ranges up to 20” x 10”. The 20” x 10” buckets carry 1,056.6 Cu. In.(1) speeds up to 30%(2)


of actual capacity and run at faster than the competition (up to 940 feet per


minute). XTREME DUTY buckets are ideal for demanding, super- high throughput applications. High-density polyethylene (for free flowing product applications)


and severe-duty urethane (for extreme abrasion resistance) are manufactured with FDA-compliant resins. Impact-modified nylon (for rough and abrasive applications) in FDA-compliant resin is available by special request. Tapco elevator bucket inventory exceeds 900,000 buckets


in 93 sizes. For further information, contact Tapco Inc., Tel: +1 314 739 9191 •


Fax: +1 314 739 5880 • Website: www.tapcoinc.com (1)


Rated at industry standard of 110% of water level. As elevator operators demanded more throughput and


extended life, Tapco responded with its XTREME DUTY (CC-XD) elevator bucket. Tapco XTREME DUTY buckets are injection moulded with 35-50% more resin throughout the entire bucket – not just at critical wear points. Identifying marks are a reinforced 5/8” thick front lip and distinctive ‘breaks’ on the bottom of the bucket


Based on published catalog data for 20x10 buckets running on 60” diameter pulley.


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