Thanks to its notched construction, the cast-steel Rezloh bucket cutting edge works as both a standard edge and a tooth bar. With the edge, operators can keep all wheels grounded and use the machine's power—rather than hydraulics—to break up hard-packed material. During cleanup and leveling operations, the edge's design allows material to move to the bucket's center, rather than off the bucket's sides. Extended teeth let operators move objects without picking up unwanted soil. The edge keeps wear to tires and hydraulics minimal and saves on fuel, according to the company.