The drills themselves have a material thickness of 8 mm up to diameter 600 mm and even 10 mm above this size.
Torque is required to drive larger diameter augers effortlessly.
Comes with a useful coupling frame to guide the auger properly.
A stump grinder is also available for every auger engine.
Augers can also be mounted on excavators and backhoe loaders or skid-steer loaders and telescopic handlers.
The auger itself is also known as a spiral. The standard size of a spiral varies between 100 mm and 1,000 mm in diameter. The maximum diameter of the spiral is determined by the size of the auger engine and the type of soil. We provide the spirals with a round connection (65 mm). Larger types are supplied with a square connection (75 mm). For maximum durability, we equip all spirals with hardened teeth on the bottom. This also makes them suitable for drilling into rocky ground.
The standard drill length is 1,500 mm. For deeper drilling, we can also supply extensions as required. Augers of different lengths can also be supplied on request.
We supply our augers with a coupling frame for the excavator. This coupling frame is given a hole pattern that corresponds with our demolition hammer range. By mounting an attachment plate with CW05 ears, for example, we can connect the auger. The auger works on the standard hydraulic system of your excavator. Optionally, we can also equip the auger with a stump grinder.