Ejector or Gravity Bowl Scrapers?

As a leading provider of high-quality earthmoving equipment, GoldLine knows that choosing the right scraper can make all the difference in your project’s success. That’s why we wanted to take a moment to explore the differences between two common scraper types: ejector scrapers and gravity bowl scrapers. 

First, let’s start with the basics. A gravity bowl scraper relies solely on gravity to remove material from the bowl. The bowl pivots on a hinge, allowing the material to pour out as the bowl is lifted and flipped. This process is simple and efficient but can have limitations in wet conditions. 

On the other hand, ejector scrapers use hydraulic cylinders and a moving door to push the material out of the bowl. This allows for more versatility in wet conditions and can also provide a consistent distribution of material each time. By using an ejector scraper like GoldLine’s O’Bryan range, you can ensure that your project stays on track regardless of the weather conditions. 

At GoldLine, our commitment to research and development has led us to design the O’Bryan scraper as an ejector scraper. We’re proud to offer our customers the latest in earthmoving technology and equipment. We know that the hardworking earthmovers who rely on our equipment value quality, reliability, and innovation – and that’s what we strive to deliver with every product we create. 

So, if you’re looking for versatility and consistency remember to choose an ejector scraper like GoldLine’s O’Bryan range. We’re always moving forward and dedicated to providing top-tier earthmoving equipment to professionals like you. 

Pictured: O’Bryan 1000 Series 4.3 Profarm with Standard Rippers