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A bucket or pail is typically a watertight, vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with an open top and a flat bottom, usually attached to a semicircular carrying handle called the bail. A common volume is 10 liters (dm³).

In an industrial or manufacturing context, "bucket" refers to a container with a handle and an open top that is used for carrying, transporting, or storing materials. The term is often used to describe a wide range of containers, from small buckets used for household or landscaping tasks to large industrial containers used in construction or mining operations. Here are a few examples of the use of "bucket" in this context:

  1. Excavator bucket: A large, heavy-duty container attached to an excavator that is used for digging and transporting materials in construction and mining operations.

  2. Concrete bucket: A container used for transporting and pouring concrete in construction and building operations.

  3. Paint bucket: A container used for storing and transporting paint and other liquid coatings in industrial and commercial settings.

  4. Sand bucket: A small container used for carrying and storing sand and other granular materials in construction and landscaping operations.

  5. Ash bucket: A container used for transporting and storing ashes from fires, grills, and other sources in industrial and commercial settings.

These are just a few examples of the use of "bucket" in an industrial context, and there are many other types of buckets and containers that are used in various industries and applications.


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