March 11, 2015
Ventrac, a leading manufacturer of compact tractors
and attachments, announces the unveiling of their New HE302/482 Power Bucket attachment. Wayne Ressler, Inside Sales Manager for Ventrac, calls the new Power Bucket “the most versatile Ventrac attachment you will own.”
Commercially designed for professional contractors and homeowners alike, the
Power Bucket is the preferred choice for moving materials such as mulch, gravel, sand, or dirt, and will quickly replace the old wheelbarrow.
The Power Bucket, made for the 3400 and 4500 Ventrac tractors, has the capability to easily do many landscape renovation jobs that require digging, excavation, backfilling and grading. The optional cutting teeth makes the Power Bucket a powerful tool for digging into compacted material. A hardened cutting edge provides a longer life to the bucket edge.
An optional Grapple is available for the Power Bucket that will transform the attachment into a multi-job tool. The Grapple allows users to securely transport debris, brush, branches, and logs. The Power Bucket is hydraulically controlled from the operator’s seat for smooth, effortless operation. Connecting and disconnecting to the tractor is accomplished in under one minute without tools or heavy lifting using the Ventrac Mount System.
The Ventrac Power Bucket is perfectly suited for landscape contractors, municipalities, schools and universities as well as homeowners who need to maintain large acreages of property.
The Power Bucket features include:
- Hardened Cutting Edge
- Easy Hydraulic Operation
- Optional Grapple Accessory
- Serrated Edges for use with Grapple
- Optional Cutting Teeth
About Ventrac: Ventrac compact tractors and commercial grade attachments are designed and manufactured by Venture Products, Inc. in Orrville, Ohio. Ventrac tractors are recognized as a leading brand of sub-compact articulating tractors in both the US and internationally. Ventrac serves a wide variety of markets including golf course turf management, municipalities, schools, universities, snow and landscape contractors, hobby farmers and large acreage estate owners. For more information, visit www.ventrac.com.