By Nick Gilbert
Gizmoplans has discovered a new concept for building a 1 yard concrete bucket. Construction persons can now build their own concrete buckets rather than incurring the expense of buying them. These buckets make it easier to move concrete within a construction site.
DIY 1 yard concrete bucket
Working with concrete is full of hassles and requires a lot of time. Persons using concrete have to ensure that it is correctly mixed and they have to use it within the appropriate time frame. The mixer can be brought near the area where concrete is to be used, but this arduous task may cause injury to workers. Buying a concrete bucket would be expensive and would take time for delivery.
To mitigate the problems faced by concrete users, Gizmoplans has unveiled an idea for concrete buckets, which can be built by concrete users or fabricators in the locality. Accordingly, an individual who chooses the option will receive an itemized invoice that has the list of all the requisite steel parts, diagrams of each individual part, schematic representation for construction, a comprehensive list of all the steel parts bought, and names of the suppliers of those parts with their contact information.
The attributes of the steel bucket are: additionally strong lifting hook, 40” x 40” x 48” in length, width and height, respectively; weighs 400 lbs when empty; 11 Ga heavy-duty steel structure; reinforced top; high-quality concrete-tight opening; easy manoeuvring of discharge with a pivot dump opening; and 3 heavy-duty phenolic casters.
The idea can be adapted to make a ½ or ¼ yard concrete bucket as well. Customers who need support will have access to the Gizmoplans’ team of engineers during the whole construction process and instructions for the same are available on the website.