The SpeedScreenTM Bucket
From Leading Edge Attachments, Inc. ®
US Patent # 7,380,674

Available on all size 65,000 to 110,000 pound excavators

SpeedScreen Bucket 1SpeedScreen Bucket 2


          The designers of the award winning Multi-Ripper® and the Multi-Ripper Bucket now offer exclusively, a new patent pending style bucket that allows the operator to separate rocks (or roots, debris, etc..) from material faster than ever before, without expensive equipment. The new SpeedScreen™ Bucket separates the rocks during a normal excavator digging operation by screening the material with a special shaped non-hydraulic moving screen.

When the excavator scoops the unscreened material, the screened material goes into the bucket and rocks are forced up the ramped screen, so that after the scoop, the rocks lie on top of the screen and the screened material lies in the bucket. When the bucket is partially dumped, the rocks roll off the screen first, into a pile or truck, or the side of the trench, then the bucket is dumped further, and the screened material is dumped out, completely separated. The specially designed screen is hinged so that every other finger opens to allow ease of dumping of the screened material. Simply dig, dump rocks, move over, then dump the screened material.

There are other excavator screening attachments on the market, but there are none that are as fast and simple as the SpeedScreen Bucket.

SpeedScreen Bucket 3

The advantages of the SpeedScreen Bucket are as follows:

Increase production: Units in the field have shown that the SpeedScreen bucket can increase your productivity 4 to 6 times as compared to stationary screeners.

          Saves having to haul in screened material: Dig the trench for the utility while dumping the rocks in a truck and the screened material in piles next to the trench. After the utility is placed in the trench, the screened material is right there to be used for finishing the job. The rocks may even be used for bedding.

          No need to handle the same material over and over: As shown with the above example, instead of digging out the trench, hauling it away, trucking in screened material, or, putting the mixture in a pile, then running the mixed material through a mobile powered screener producing two piles, and then moving the piles back for fill, you can do the whole operation as you dig.

Decreases overhead costs: No setup time and no need for powered screening equipment, maintenance, trailer space, etc..

No hydraulics necessary: Other designs of screening buckets require special hydraulic kits and equipment that is expensive and costly to maintain. The SpeedScreen Bucket has no hydraulic components, seals to leak, hoses to break or risk of hydraulic system contamination problems.

Self Cleaning: The swinging screen portion that allows every other bar of the screen to move, prevents rocks
(or roots, debris, etc..) from being stuck in between the bars.
email for more information
or call us to discuss your special application 508-829-4855

SpeedScreen DigSpeedScreen Rock

1) The SpeedScreen Digs a scoop

SpeedScreen Dump RockSpeedScreen Dump Screened Material

            2) Dump the rock                            3) Dump the screened material!

It is that fast!

email for more information
or call us to discuss your special application 508-829-4855

Follow Us On YouTube
Credit cards
Call direct: 508-829-4855  Fax: 508-829-4822   email: 

Home Awards  Videos    Frequently Asked Questions  Catalog  How To Order
: About Us  Dealer Links  Multi-Ripper Art  Contact Us  Backhoe History Book
Multi-Ripper   Multi-Ripper Bucket   Hi-Cap Multi-Ripper Bucket  Multi-Ripper Talon Bucket   Multi-DigNrip Bucket 
STAG Bucket     V-Raptor Bucket   Multi-Ripper Tooth  Stumpiranha  Skid Steer Multi-Ripper  Fang Straight Rake  
Multi-Scaler     Other Attachments     Pingrabber Coupler  Auto Hose Coupler  AlignAttach

Multi-Ripper V Bucket, Multi-Ripper Skeleton Bucket, 2-Way Bucket, SpeedScreen Bucket, Compachyderm

Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.
Copyright 2002-2016; Leading Edge Attachments, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Revised: December 5th, 2016