Advanced Earthmoving Attachments

Advanced Earthmoving Attachments manufactures quality designed and built attachments for excavators.

We provide our customers with products that they are more than happy to buy and use on their machines’ as well as providing our customers with value for money. This is shown to us by all our repeat customers that keep returning for more of our attachments.

All our attachments are manufactured using quality materials and are constructed by experienced tradesmen. We have a small but excellent team that believe in our values and high standards of workmanship. The idea is to keep the customer happy and wanting to return to buy attachments from us again and again. This is why we did not hesitate to give a twelve month warranty.

AEA has an extensive range of grapples’ which include full hydraulic and stiff arm models in standard five finger style’ boxed tyne three or five finger and rake grapples. We also manufacturer tilt buckets’ compaction wheels’ rippers’ digging buckets’ mud buckets’ sieve buckets and four-in-one buckets.

All our grapple tynes are profiled from 400 grade bisalloy’ this together with their excellent design creates a very robust attachment that is great for picking up logs’ rocks’ scrap and any other thing you may want to pick up. With the range of designs available’ there will definitely be a grapple to suit your needs.

AEA tilt buckets have greaseable pivot points with induction hardened bushes. Our tilt buckets have a 45 degree tilt each way. All our tilt bucket for machines over seven tonne come standard with a bolt on cutting edge.

Compaction wheels are great when back filling trenches to help avoid subsidence after the job is complete. We have two styles of compaction wheel’ there is the three separate wheel style or the drum style depending on the customer’s preference. They have tapered roller bearings and seals’ are user serviceable and the bearings are available at most bearing suppliers.

AEA ripper tynes are also cut from 400 grade bisalloy and come with replaceable boot and two removable pins. Our digging buckets come with pins’ teeth and adaptors.

Call our friendly team on 07 4123 4968 and discuss what attachments we can make for you whether it is one of our regular attachments or something different that you have in mind wewill be happy to speak to you.

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