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Features of augers
Many different types of augers exist today, so it is important that you know exactly what type is needed for your job. Some of the augers are manual, but these tend not to be a good choice for those in the power utility industry, as they are not fast enough or powerful enough in many cases. However, they are a good choice for those who might be building a fence on their property or who are looking for an ice auger for ice fishing. For the power and utility fields, though, better options are available.
You could choose to use one of the handheld augers that utilizes a gas-powered engine, or one that features an electric motor. In addition to the handheld options, you can also find even larger augers that can be attached to equipment, such as tractors. Most of the augers on the market today are made from metal. However, there are some plastic augers available, too, which have the benefit of a lower coefficient of friction and resistance to corrosion and abrasion.
How augers work
Augers have drill bits that help to remove the earth quickly and easily as the machine spins, and can make it much faster and easier to create the necessary holes.
An auger is a type of drilling device used for a range of purposes. They are used in the power and utility industry to drill into the earth, drilling holes for posts. Other types of augers are used for cleaning out pipes, and still other augers can be used to bore through ice.
You can choose augers from many different manufacturers today. Some of the popular manufacturers of these devices include Earthquake, Mole-Master, Redwood Plastics Corp., and Conveyor Engineering and Manufacturing.