Augers are available with all major standard hubs on the market including: 2” 2.5”, 3” and 4” Hex, 50mm, 2” and 65mm round plus 57mm, 75mm, 100mm, 110mm and 130mm square to name a but a few.
We know that our augers can expect a tough life, so we only use the highest-grade steel and vary our tube size according to machine size and application. Our augers have a reputation for being the toughest on the market.
By working with and more importantly listening to operators in the field, we have developed the perfect pitch for our flights, ensuring the spoil will stay on your auger when you remove it from the hole, giving you maximum efficiency on the job.
Our boring heads are designed with a constant spiral cut. Teeth are located so that each makes its own fresh cut on every revolution and are angled to direct spoil towards the centre of the auger. The tooth cutting angle ensures spoil is broken up thoroughly to avoid any clogging.
Our augers are offered with many different tooth and pilot options to suit your specific need. For example, in the S4 range, we offer up to eight different combinations and we have the know-how to help you select the optimal configuration.
The patented Auger Torque Shock Lock™ Tooth Locking System makes losing teeth a thing of the past. The shock lock pin and rubber in our unique shock lock tooth holders ensure your auger teeth are safely locked in place and protected against shock fractures. Replacing worn teeth is simple, just knock out the old pin with a standard hole punch and the tooth will slide out of the holder with ease. You will never need to worry about fitting spare teeth due to losing them again.
Using the Shock Lock™ pin and rubber in our unique Shock Lock™ tooth holders ensures your Auger teeth are safely locked in place and protected against shock fractures.
Replacing worn teeth is a breeze with this system, simply knock out the old pin with a standard hole punch and the tooth will slide out of the holder with ease. Acclaimed as the best system on the market, you will never need to worry about fitting spare teeth due to losing them again.