Bedding Boxes

Benchmark Trench Shoring’s Steel Stone Bedding Boxes bedding material container offers a wider and more durable design than any competitor. Steel Stone Bedding Box can accommodate over-sized excavator buckets while withstanding the forces of larger excavators. Steel Stone Bedding Box are available in capacities ranging from 5 to 20 cu. yd. in four different series types: Standard, Heavy Duty, Extended Width Heavy Duty, and Extended Width Severe Duty. Custom built models are also available.

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Something else about Bedding Boxes

Bedding boxes, also known as stone boxes or material boxes, are necessary in construction projects for several reasons:

  • Material Storage: They provide a convenient on-site storage solution for materials like sand, gravel, and other backfill materials that are used during the construction process.

  • Efficiency: Having a bedding box on-site allows for quick and easy access to materials, which can significantly increase the efficiency of construction operations.

  • Protection of Materials: Bedding boxes protect their contents from contamination and segregation, ensuring that the materials remain in good condition until they are needed.

  • Cost Savings: By storing materials on-site, construction projects can reduce the frequency of material deliveries, which can lead to cost savings on transportation.

  • Job Site Organization: They help keep the job site organized by providing a designated area for material storage, which can improve safety and workflow.

  • Versatility: Bedding boxes can be used in various phases of construction, from excavation to utility work, and can be easily moved around the site as needed.

Overall, bedding boxes are a practical and necessary component of many construction sites, contributing to the safety, efficiency, and organization of construction operations.