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Auger AGR05 jobsite 7.4.2020

Auger AGR05 jobsite 7.4.2020

There are surprising applications for the hydraulic earth drill. Everyone knows it’s designed to make holes in the ground, but what use could it have for it in a cemetery?

Our client had a problem that they were looking for a solution to. The client manages the cemetery and makes holes for the urn. This is slow and frustrating if the ground is frozen. If not, it is nevertheless a slow phase. Previously, they had to manually drill a 5 cm hole to a depth of 80 cm, install the resistors and wait 24 hours until ground melted. A 30 cm hole about was then made with a shovel to a depth of at least 80 cm. It takes 5 minutes to make a 30 cm and 80cm deep hole with an earth drill even if the earth is frozen. Craftsmanship decreased by several hours and, the customer was very happy.

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