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Skid Steer Auger Attachments

Pallet forks are a strong and durable attachment that can be placed on a forklift or tractor to lift heavy pallets. Pallet forks have the capability to lift pallets weighing in excess of several thousand pounds. In addition to pallet forks, there are other attachments that can fit on the end of a tractor, like augers. What is an auger used for? Augers can be used for making holes in wood or in the ground. There are a number of auger attachment types available for heavy-duty use.

With an auger, it is important that you know the size and type that you need for your specific job. There are augers designed to drill into different types of materials. There are augers available for just about any type of drilling situation.

Skid Steer Auger Attachment Types

There are a number of skid steer auger attachment types currently available. Some of the most common skid steer auger attachment types include Earth auger bits, dirt auger bits, heavy-duty rock auger bits, aggressor tree auger bits, and more. Whatever job you need done, there is an auger bit available to help.

These skid steer auger attachment types are made by a number of different manufactures. However, one of the most popular makers of these attachment is Titan Attachments. We currently manufacture everything from auger kits to auger bit adapters.

What Is an Auger Used For?

So, what is an auger used for? An auger is used for heavy-duty drilling jobs. Some of the materials augers are used for drilling include dirt, rock, trees, wood, cement, and more. It is quite common to see an auger on just about any large-scale construction site.

An auger works by using a rotating helical screw blade called a flighting. This screw blade acts as a screw conveyor to remove the drilled-out material. The auger not only allows you to drill into a surface, but it also helps you quickly and efficiently remove the drilled material from the hole.

How to Choose Augers

Since there are many types available, you might be wondering how to choose augers. Some of the questions you need to ask include, How big of an auger do I need? Augers can range from a few inches to a few feet in length.

The next thing that you will need to consider is the type of material that you are intending to drill. There are augers intended for many different types of materials, including rock and wood.

Finally, you will want to choose an auger that is compatible with your existing equipment. It is important to check the listing information on any auger to ensure that the one you select is compatible.

Auger Bits & Frames

You can find auger bits and frames available in a variety of sizes and shapes. All bits and frames are made from high-strength materials and intended for heavy-duty use.

Auger bits and frames are used to drill specific sizes of holes into just about any material. The bits are attached to augers and can allow you excellent flexibility. For instance, you can attach a bit that measures 7.5 inches or 18 inches in depth. There are auger bits in many different lengths available.

Some of the unique features of auger bits and frames include Teflon-coated materials to help resist heat and friction. Also, auger bits are perfectly concentric for even and accurate hole sizes.

Getting the right auger for your needs is important. You want to make sure you get the right size, and you should ensure that the auger will be able to drill the material you're working with. Once you select the right auger, you can get to work.