FANGGS Bucket Tooth Position
FANGGS teeth have a curved shape to extend the contour of the bucket which results in a continuous flow of material to achieve maximum bucket fill. Reversing Fanggs teeth so that the curve of the tooth is opposite that of the bucket is not recommended.
Teeth other than Fanggs installed on backhoe and excavator buckets are mounted as indicated in the above illustration. The flat area of the tooth faces the open part of the bucket. In this position, tooth entry into the ground is very aggressive. It allows the teeth to break material for easier bucket loading. It is recommended that teeth be mounted in this position for normal digging conditions.
Forged and cast backhoe and excavator teeth can be reversed as shown in this drawing. The flat of the tooth faces away from the open side of the bucket. As you can see, tooth angle is less aggressive. Teeth can be mounted in this position to avoid disturbing the trench floor.
It is not recommended that fabricated teeth be mounted in this reversed position. As the bucket is being loaded, material will wear thin the clip portion of the tooth. Eventually, tooth breakage will occur. The clip is made of a softer metal and as a result is more susceptible to wear than the blade portion of the fabricated tooth.
Bucket Tooth Basics Tooth Performance and Wear Life Maximum performance and wear life are the two most important characteristics for replacement teeth. Working with constant abrasive material places extreme demands on both design and strength. Design is directly related to performance while strength is directly related to wear life. Tooth Penetration Penetration is a key design consideration for all replacement teeth. To achieve good penetration, a tooth must have a sharp point for initial ground entry. The tooth blade must taper gradually enough to reduce resistance to penetration and yet be thick enough to avoid breakage. The easier it is to penetrate the material the less horsepower is required for operation. Tooth Performance and Wear Life Design = Performance Strength = Wear Life The best designed tooth is always a compromise of performance and wear life. To Achieve Good Tooth Penetration 1. Tooth must have sharp point. 2. Blade must taper gradually to reduce resistance. 3. Blade must be thick enough to avoid breakage. Tooth Centerline vs. Non-Centerline Design All centerline points are reversible to distribute wear and stay sharp. Non-centerline points can be rotated to balance wear patterns, but they cannot be flipped over to resharpen.
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