China Best Sales 12 Inch Heavy Duty Post Hole Auger for 3 Point Tractor Post Hole Digger double knuckle pto shaft

Product Description

12 Inch Heavy Duty Post Hole Auger for 3 Point Tractor Post Hole Digger

12-inch three-point tractor column hole excavator column hole auger
A 12-inch post-drill auger is a tool designed to quickly and effectively dig holes with a diameter of 12 inches. It is usually used for fences and bridge posts, planting trees or shrubs, installing road signs, or any other projects that require deep holes in the ground. It can be connected to an electric drill or an electric auger. Users can control the drilling depth by adjusting the length of the auger bit. A 12-inch post-drill auger is a powerful tool. Compared with manual drilling, it can save a lot of time and energy.

12-inch column hole auger specification
It is mainly used for three-pole excavators and sliding guide excavators like ours. This rear-hole auger has a particularly thick blade with additional welding between the blade and the shaft. There is a reinforced collar at the connection with the excavator output shaft, which is about 10 pounds heavier than the standard collar. Diameter: 12 “Height: 48” Flange thickness: 5/32 Applicable: all excavators have a 2-inch output shaft on the gearbox. This is the standard configuration of most manufacturers, such as Work Saver, Speedo, King Kutter, and our excavator. The standard spacing between the stud auger and the bolts on the gearbox is 2 “(90 degrees away from each other). Replaceable standard cutting edge.

Auger Diameter

Duty & Length

Weight

SKU

6″

Compact – 36″

21

23-033

9″

Compact – 36″

32

23-035

12″

Compact – 36″

43

23-037

 

 

 

 

6″

Standard – 48″

23

23-032

9″

Standard – 48″

34

23-034

12″

Standard – 48″

49

23-036

 

 

 

 

6″

Heavy – 48″

31

23-040

9″

Heavy – 48″

42

23-041

12″

Heavy – 48″

60

23-042

18″

Heavy – 48″

99

23-043

24″

Heavy – 48″

125

23-044

Pile hole auger for three-point pile hole excavator

Model

Model 400 Compact

Model 650 Standard Duty

Model 1000 Heavy Duty

Model 1500 Extra Heavy Duty

SKU

24-0361

24-0362

24- 0571

24-0337

Category

0 & 1

1

1

1 & 2

Boom Length

56″

60″

72″

72″

Tubing Diameter

2-7/8″

2-7/8″

2-7/8″

3-1/4″

Draw Pin Width

20″

27″

27″

32-1/2″

Drive ine

Series 1

Series 1

Series 4

Series 4

Gearbox

2.9:1

2.9:1

2.9:1

3.18:1

Auger Diameters

6″, 9″, 12″ (3′ ength)

6″, 9″, 12″

6″, 9″, 12″, 18″, 24″

6″, 9″, 12″, 18″, 24″

Weight

150 bs

160 bs

200 bs

235 bs

SKU

24-0361

24-0362

24- 0571

24-0337

Features

4 Positions

3 Positions

4 Positions

4 Positions

Features of 12-inch heavy-duty rear auger
The 12-inch heavy-duty pile hole auger is a tool mainly used for drilling in severe soil conditions. Its main features include:
Diameter: The diameter of the spiral blade of the pile hole is 12 inches, which is suitable for CHINAMFG larger holes to accommodate CHINAMFG piles for fences, signs, or other construction purposes.
Material: Heavy post-drilling auger is usually made of high-quality steel, and its strength is sufficient to withstand the pressure of drilling in hard soil or rock.
Design: The auger after drilling consists of a long cylindrical shaft with a sharp cutting blade at the bottom. It also has a set of CHINAMFG handles for easy operation and balance.
Durability: The 12-inch column hole auger has a CHINAMFG structure and durable performance, and can withstand a large number of use under adverse conditions.
Compatibility: These 12-inch backhoe augers are compatible with a range of power supplies, such as manual, electric, or pneumatic drills, to ensure versatility in various working environments.
Efficiency: These 12-inch post-drilling augers are designed to achieve the best performance and speed, and drill holes quickly and easily with the minimum effort of the user.
Safety: The 12-inch heavy-duty cylindrical auger is equipped with safety functions, such as a protective cover to prevent debris from flying out during operation, and a safety locking mechanism to prevent accidental contact with the blade.

How to use the 12-inch column hole auger to dig the column hole?
Pile excavation is an important part of the construction of fences, bridge decks, and other structures. This work can be made easier and faster by using a 12-inch column hole auger. Here are the steps to follow: How to use the 12-inch column hole auger 1 to dig the column hole. Select the right size auger: Since you already have a 12-inch column hole auger, please make sure it meets your requirements. 2. Mark position: after selecting the hole position, use a tape measure to mark the point. After drilling, use a ruler or chalk line to help you determine the position of the auger. 3. Preparation area: Before excavation, remove all debris, rocks, and plants in the area to avoid blocking or stopping the auger after drilling during excavation. 4. Positioning the auger: place the auger over the hole and center it. Make sure the auger teeth behind the hole are horizontal and the auger head is vertical to the ground. 5. Start the auger: start the engine and move the throttle to the working speed. Then, slowly push the pile hole auger into the ground. 6. Hole digging: let the auger pass through the soil after drilling. This will help if you continue to dig until you reach the required depth. A 12-inch auger can dig 4 feet deep. 7. Remove debris: remove the auger after pulling out the hole and take it out of the hole. Use a shovel to remove debris or dirt from the hole. 8. Insert the prop: After cleaning, insert the prop into the hole to avoid damaging the bottom end of the screw drill for the prop hole. 9. Fix the column: add concrete around the column, that is, a mixture of soil and gravel, to firmly fix it in place. 10. Hole filling: build a small mound or CHINAMFG around the column and backfill the hole to ensure that the soil is evenly filled. Following these 10 steps, you can use a 12-inch pile hole auger to safely and correctly excavate the pile hole to ensure that the structure remains strong and durable.

Specification for the rear hole auger PTO shaft
• PTO shaft is durable • It is equipped with a quick disconnect 1-3/8 “6 splines installed on a standard tractor • The adjustable telescopic tube can handle the high load requirements given by the series name • It is used for various equipment, including backhoe excavator, paver, cultivator, lawn mower, etc. • It can be interchanged with other manufacturers

Series

Shortest Length

Extended Length

Tractor End

Implement End

Common Uses

SKU

1

27

34

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

Fertilizer Spreader

27-571

3

40

54

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

Finishing Mower, Tiller

27-011

4

30

40

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Finishing Mower, Tiller

27-012

4

32

42

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Rotary Cutter

27-013

4

36

43

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″x6 Clutch

Rotary Cutter, Tiller

27-014

4

37

50

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Rotary Cutters, Pond

27-015

4

42

58

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Post Hole Digger

27-016

4

48

65

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

Post Hole Digger

27-017

4

53

74

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-1/4″ Round

Post Hole Digger

27-018

5

42

57

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Rotary Cutters

27-019

12

48

64

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-1/4″ Round

Heavy Duty Digger

27-571

14

37

49

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

Post Hole Digger

27-571

14

56

77

1-3/8″ x 6 QD

1-3/8″ Round

5′ & 6′ Pull Cutters

27-571

Select the correct PTO shaft for the auger of the tunneling machine
When selecting the PTO (power take-off) shaft for the rear hole excavator auger, several factors must be considered, including the tractor horsepower, the size of the auger, and the length of the PTO shaft. Here are some steps to help you select the correct PTO shaft for the auger after drilling: Determine the tractor horsepower: The PTO shaft you select should match the tractor horsepower to ensure that it can handle the load of the auger. Measure the length of the PTO shaft: the PTO shaft should be long enough to reach the rear hole excavator from the tractor, thus allowing the excavator to move up and down. Check the connection type: after drilling, the connection type should match the tractor and auger to ensure seamless integration. Consider the width and length of the auger: the diameter and length of the PTO shaft should be able to handle the length and width of the auger. Verify compatibility: Before purchasing, please carefully check whether the PTO shaft you are considering is compatible with the tractor and the auger after drilling. In general, selecting the correct PTO shaft is essential to achieve the best performance and service life, while ensuring that the tractor will not be damaged.

 

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Feature: 2-Stroke
Bit Diameter(mm): 100
Style: Front – Earth Auger
Power Source: Petrol / Gas
Transport Package: Wooden Box
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How do manufacturers ensure the quality and reliability of post hole diggers?

Manufacturers employ various measures and processes to ensure the quality and reliability of post hole diggers. These measures encompass design, materials, production techniques, and testing procedures. Here are some key aspects manufacturers focus on to ensure the quality and reliability of post hole diggers:

  1. Design: Manufacturers invest significant effort in designing post hole diggers that are durable, efficient, and user-friendly. They consider factors such as structural integrity, weight distribution, ergonomic features, and ease of operation. Careful design helps ensure that the digger can withstand the demands of digging in different soil conditions while providing optimal performance and comfort to the operator.
  2. Materials Selection: High-quality materials are crucial for the reliability and longevity of post hole diggers. Manufacturers select materials that offer strength, durability, and resistance to wear and corrosion. Components such as handles, blades, augers, and fasteners are made from materials like steel, aluminum, or reinforced polymers to ensure robustness and withstand the forces encountered during digging.
  3. Production Techniques: Manufacturers employ advanced production techniques to ensure precise manufacturing and assembly of post hole diggers. Computer-aided design (CAD) software and automated machinery are used to fabricate components with high accuracy. Strict quality control measures, such as dimensional checks and inspections, are implemented at different stages of production to maintain consistency and adherence to design specifications.
  4. Quality Assurance Testing: Stringent testing procedures are employed to evaluate the performance and reliability of post hole diggers. Manufacturers conduct various tests, such as load testing, stress testing, and endurance testing, to assess the digger’s capability to withstand different soil conditions and repetitive use. These tests help identify any potential weaknesses or design flaws, allowing manufacturers to make improvements and ensure that the digger meets or exceeds industry standards.
  5. Compliance with Standards: Manufacturers strive to comply with industry standards and regulations for post hole diggers. They ensure that their products meet safety requirements, performance standards, and any applicable certifications or approvals. Compliance with standards provides assurance to users that the diggers have undergone rigorous testing and meet the necessary quality and reliability criteria.
  6. Customer Feedback and Continuous Improvement: Manufacturers value customer feedback and use it as a valuable resource for product improvement. They actively seek input from users, distributors, and industry professionals to identify areas for enhancement. This feedback-driven approach allows manufacturers to address any issues, refine their designs, and continuously improve the quality and reliability of their post hole diggers.

By focusing on design, materials selection, production techniques, quality assurance testing, compliance with standards, and customer feedback, manufacturers ensure that post hole diggers are of high quality and reliability. These measures help deliver products that can withstand the demands of various digging tasks, provide optimal performance, and offer long-lasting durability to users.

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What safety precautions should be followed when using a post hole digger?

When using a post hole digger, it is essential to prioritize safety to prevent accidents or injuries. Adhering to proper safety precautions ensures the well-being of the operator and anyone in the vicinity. Here are some important safety precautions to follow when using a post hole digger:

  1. Read the Instructions: Before using a post hole digger, carefully read and understand the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines provided in the user manual. Familiarize yourself with the specific operating procedures, recommended safety equipment, and any limitations or precautions associated with the digger.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment when operating a post hole digger. This includes safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris, gloves to provide hand protection and improve grip, sturdy footwear to protect your feet, and hearing protection if the digger generates loud noise. PPE helps minimize the risk of injuries and enhances operator safety.
  3. Inspect the Digger: Before each use, inspect the post hole digger for any signs of damage, wear, or loose components. Check the handles, blades, auger, and fasteners to ensure they are in good condition and properly secured. Any damaged or worn parts should be repaired or replaced before operating the digger.
  4. Clear the Work Area: Clear the work area of any obstacles, debris, or tripping hazards before using the post hole digger. Remove rocks, branches, or other objects that could interfere with the digging process or cause accidents. Maintain a safe distance from bystanders or other workers in the vicinity to prevent accidental contact or injury.
  5. Call Utility Companies: Before digging, contact the relevant utility companies to identify the location of underground utilities such as gas lines, water pipes, or electrical cables. This helps prevent accidental damage to utility lines, which can pose serious safety risks. Follow any guidelines provided by utility companies for safe digging practices in proximity to their infrastructure.
  6. Use Proper Digging Techniques: Follow the recommended digging techniques provided by the manufacturer. Use controlled and steady movements to dig the hole, avoiding sudden or jerky motions. Do not force the digger beyond its capabilities or apply excessive pressure, as this can lead to instability or damage to the digger. Pace yourself and take breaks as needed to prevent fatigue.
  7. Watch for Underground Hazards: While digging, be vigilant for underground hazards that may not be visible, such as tree roots, rocks, or buried debris. These obstacles can cause the digger to become unstable or abruptly stop, leading to accidents or injuries. If you encounter any unexpected resistance or obstruction, stop digging and inspect the area before proceeding.
  8. Store Safely: After use, store the post hole digger in a safe and secure location, out of the reach of children or unauthorized users. Store it in an upright position or as recommended by the manufacturer to prevent accidental tripping or damage. Proper storage ensures that the digger remains in good condition and reduces the risk of accidents during handling or retrieval.
  9. Maintain the Digger: Regularly maintain and service the post hole digger according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. This includes cleaning, lubricating moving parts, inspecting for wear or damage, and replacing any worn or damaged components. Well-maintained equipment operates more safely and efficiently, reducing the risk of accidents.

By following these safety precautions, operators can minimize the risk of accidents or injuries when using a post hole digger. Prioritizing safety through proper equipment usage, wearing appropriate PPE, inspecting the digger, clearing the work area, identifying underground utilities, using proper digging techniques, watching for hazards, storing the digger safely, and maintaining the equipment ensures a safer working environment and promotes responsible operation.

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What are the key components of a manual post hole digger?

A manual post hole digger consists of several key components that work together to facilitate the digging process. Here are the main components:

  1. Shaft: The shaft is a long metal rod that forms the main body of the post hole digger. It provides the structural support and stability while digging. The shaft is typically made of steel or another durable material to withstand the forces exerted during digging.
  2. Handles: At the top of the shaft, there are two handles positioned opposite each other. The handles are designed for the operator to grip and apply downward force while digging. They provide leverage and control, allowing the operator to maneuver the post hole digger effectively.
  3. Auger Blades: The auger blades are the cutting or digging elements of the post hole digger. They are attached to the bottom end of the shaft and are responsible for penetrating the ground and removing soil. Auger blades are typically made of hardened steel to withstand the abrasive nature of soil and provide durability.
  4. Blade Spacing: The spacing between the two auger blades is an important aspect of a manual post hole digger. It determines the width of the hole being dug. The blade spacing can vary depending on the specific model or intended use of the digger.
  5. Twist or Spiral Design: The auger blades are shaped in a twist or spiral pattern. This design allows them to efficiently move through the soil as they rotate. The twisting motion helps break up the soil and facilitates the removal process.
  6. Blade Point: The bottom end of each auger blade usually comes to a sharp point. This point helps initiate the penetration into the ground, allowing the blades to start digging and create a hole.

When using a manual post hole digger, the operator grips the handles, positions the auger blades at the desired location, and applies downward force while simultaneously twisting the digger. This action drives the blades into the ground, loosening the soil. The operator then lifts the digger out of the hole, bringing the loosened soil to the surface.

By understanding the key components and their functions, operators can effectively utilize a manual post hole digger to dig holes for various purposes.

China Best Sales 12 Inch Heavy Duty Post Hole Auger for 3 Point Tractor Post Hole Digger   double knuckle pto shaftChina Best Sales 12 Inch Heavy Duty Post Hole Auger for 3 Point Tractor Post Hole Digger   double knuckle pto shaft
editor by CX 2024-03-11