The Allu TS bucket can screen, shred and mix many types of material including top soil, green waste and bark.
It can aerate and load in a single-step operation and has the capacity to process two different fragment sizes in one unit simply by altering the configuration of screen combs inside the unit.
Finlay sales manager Chris Bell said: “After promising results with the TS buckets last year, we’ve decided to make them part of our core fleet. The ability to change the screen sizes with these buckets has been a welcome feature.”
The buckets are compatible with 13- to 45-tonne excavators, 7- to 30-tonne wheeled loaders and telehandlers.
At the core of the Allu TS technology are the blades that spin between the screening combs. The space between them determines the size of the end product, which can be 16-32mm, 25-50mm or 35mm.
The combs carry the majority of the material weight, which means there’s less impact on drums and bearings. The design ensures the high-production unit remains clog-free even with wet and sticky materials, Finlay says. Drums are available with two different blade types – standard for screening materials and axe blades when a crushing effect is required.