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Anatomy of a Tapco Style CC-XD (Xtreme Duty) Elevator Bucket


The Ultimate Elevator Bucket for Xtreme Throughput


Unequaled Strength Molded with 35-50% more resin throughout the entire bucket* – not just at critical wear points – for superior strength and long life.


Tested &Proven Uniform profile shape assures consistent discharge characteristics over the entire bucket range.


• • • Accurate Capacity Ratings


Equal or greater carrying capacity of equivalent size steel buckets. Smooth, rounded front lip aids in filling of bucket.


Straight Discharge Untapered





sides provide direct and compact


discharge pattern.


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Tough & Flexible Prime virgin resins “give” or “yield” to bypass obstructions in your elevator, allowing the bucket to return to its original shape. Thick walls provide exceptional strength.


STYLE CC-XD (XTREME DUTY) Polyethylene Elevator Bucket


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FDA-Compliant Resins


Preserves the integrity of ingredients used for food products. FDA-compliant resin is standard in


polyethylene and polyurethane. FDA-compliant nylon available by special request.


Available in polyurethane for extreme abrasion resistance, nylon for rough and abrasive applications and poly ethylene for free flowing product applications.


Over 900,000 buckets in stock, 93 sizes, 6 materials, 12 styles. PLUS 15 million elevator bolts in stock.


NO. 1 NORWAY Elevator Bolt


ELEVATOR BUCKETS - ELEVATOR BOLTS St. Louis, Missouri U.S.A.


FANGED Elevator Bolt


+1 314 739 9191 • +1 800 AT TAPCO (+1 800 288 2726) • Fax: +1 314 739 5880 www.tapcoinc.com


*Tapco style CC-XD elevator bucket is made with 35-50% more resin than Tapco classic style CC-HD. The color blue, when used in connection with elevator buckets, is a U.S. registered trademark owned by Tapco Inc. © 2013 Tapco Inc.® All rights reserved.


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