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Old 21-01-2018, 09:59 PM
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That is dirt cheap compared to hardened ball bearings, although they donít go that large or heavy. 100mm ball bearings are available and weigh about 4kg, but are £80. Trouble is I have no idea what I need. One heavy one seems a good option as I will have to retrieve it after every bucket full, but I donít know.
£1.60 for .88kg is attractive though, but Iím sure 4kg will crush clays, not sure about .88kg.
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Could you not weld the ball bearing to a chain and into the buck or onto the dipper make retrival easier and if the wadding floats which i would have thought either fibre or plastic would it will be very easy to wash them out i think there are a cople of washer units for sale on ebay for scrap prices from root crop operations
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Old 21-01-2018, 10:10 PM
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And could you see about a demo from this company thats dear but the same setup could be created for a lot less i should think if it worked


Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/263062943398
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I'd been considering a ball mill type arrangement Smiffy .... hence the steel ball comments previously ... not thinking of Gra's rotary screening buckets providing the rotating chamber for the balls
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look at page 2 Gra

http://www.fhbrundle.co.uk/products/...Diameter_100mm

4.08 kg
Price: £6.80 (Excluding VAT @ 20%)

Prices climb dramatically above 100mm .... so reckon half a dozen of them'd be the kiddies
Didnít see there was a second page. I recon a couple should do it. Screen bucket is only 1m diameter.
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Didnít see there was a second page. I recon a couple should do it. Screen bucket is only 1m diameter.
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more the merrier .... and quicker i'd have thought Gra
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Hi Graham
Have you had a trial run yet..
Another option would be concrete pad and a roller ,then screenig bucket
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Old 26-01-2018, 08:37 PM
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To be honest Iíve been so busy I havenít had a chance to take it any further.
If and when I get on with it Iíll try and post photos.
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Hi Graham
Have you had a trial run yet..
Another option would be concrete pad and a roller ,then screenig bucket
Wouldn't have thought you would even need a roller, just track over it with a reasonable sized metal traced digger, then like you say ridle bucket
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Old 26-01-2018, 09:47 PM
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To be honest Iíve been so busy I havenít had a chance to take it any further.
If and when I get on with it Iíll try and post photos.
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Glad you're busy,and looking forward to some pics
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Wouldn't have thought you would even need a roller, just track over it with a reasonable sized metal traced digger, then like you say ridle bucket
Just thought a roll would be cheaper and easier than spraging around wearing up chains and sprockets!!!
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