Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.

 The High Production Multi-DigNRipTM Bucket

and our previous DigNRip Bucket

US Patent Number 9,435,100

additional US, Canada and Mexico, other Patents Pending

Multi-DigNRip Bucket From LEA, Inc.

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How do I benefit?

The Multi-DigNRip Bucket Multi-plies Your Money!

It lets you do what you couldn't do before!

It increases the effective size of your machine!

How does it do this?

These products rip rock up to 4 times faster than a hammer. They rip 10 times faster than a single pointed ripper. They greatly exceed all other designs of frost rock, or ripper buckets on the market. They rip to all depths leaving relatively flat bottom and side walls in the trench. The staggered shanks on an arc hit one at a time allowing the maximum breakout to be applied to each tooth. The tooth force is about 8.5 times that of a standard 5 tooth bucket because the shanks are short. Also, the shanks are the same distance from the stick pivot, so the shanks rip a relatively flat bottom.

Why should I believe that it works?

These products have been proven over the past 2 years and have been granted and have pending leters patents in the US. Customers have claimed this is the best attachment they've ever bought. See the endorsements

 

The High Production Multi-DigNRip Bucket

Note that this design is based on the Hi-Cap Multi-Ripper Bucket

The Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.® patented (with additional patents pending) Multi-DigNRipTM Bucket can replace hammers, blasting and rock trenchers, for a fraction of the cost, offered specifically for high production rip and load applications where a wider, higher capacity rock ripping bucket is required.  Manufactured in the USA using Hardox armor plate steel, the Multi-DigNRip Bucket is a combination of the high force producing Multi-Ripper® Bucket, and the high capacity of the proven DigNRipTM Bucket. Please note that the front leading edge is such that all teeth engage the material one tooth at a time! The 4th and 5th rippers on the back also engage the rock one at a time, and rip a little deeper, thus removing the grooves from the wider front teeth. The last ripper rips deeper yet, and can be used as a single center pick. This design makes for the highest production rip and load rock ripping bucket on the market!

 

 

Below is information related to our tried and true DigNRip Bucket

Spinning DigNRip
Dig N Rip Bucket

  DigNRipTM Bucket for Severe Digging Operations!

      Designed to handle the more severe frost and rock removal jobs, the Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.’s DigNRip Bucket can be used for a wide range of tough material applications such as excavating frozen ground, coral, sandstone, limestone, shale and caliche. This type of unique design has demonstrated that it can dig several times faster than using a single pointed ripper tooth and a bucket. Under severe digging conditions the performance exceeds other designs of frost or rock buckets. The DigNRip bucket is available for all backhoes and excavators from the 11,000 lb. to 220,000 lb. excavator class.

 How Leading Edge Attachment, Inc.’s DigNRipTM bucket works:

     The LEA DigNRip bucket functions similarly to that of a trencher except while the back of the bucket is ripping the front of the bucket is scooping loosened material.  You are doing two functions at once, ripping and digging!

     The ripper teeth in the rear fractures the substrate in sequential order. No two ripper teeth align with each other, so that the maximum breakout force is applied sequentially to each tooth. The castle top shape grooves cut by the front ripper teeth facilitates the fracturing process of the rear teeth. The rolling of the bucket process, by extending the bucket cylinder, always provides the full breakout force so that the substrate is ripped out by the lifting action of each tooth. The result is a relatively flat trench bottom due to the fact that the ripper tooth tips all lie on a constant radius with a center of rotation that is close to the tractor loader backhoe or hydraulic excavator “dipper stick” bucket pivot. The DigNRip bucket will function for any application or material that a single pointed ripper tooth can be used for.

 DigNRip Bucket Operating Procedure:

     With the stick in the near vertical position, use a combination of bucket and crowd cylinder functions while providing boom cylinder down pressure. The bucket cylinder action provides the greatest force. Since no two teeth are in alignment, when the bucket is rolled, each tooth engages separately so that each tooth fractures the groove cut by the preceding tooth. Roll the bucket completely so that all teeth have engaged the material. The last tooth can also be used as a pick for stubborn spots.

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Below is DigNRip Bucket with ESCO teeth:

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Below is a DigNRip Bucket backside with Hensley teeth:

DigNRip Bucket Backside with Hensley

Below is a DigNRip Bucket for a Volvo S3 coupler:

DigNRip Bucket For Volvo Coupler

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