Little Beaver designed its D-Series augers with a secure drive pin connection, allowing operators to drill deeper than 15 feet. Suitable for extended drilling depths, according to the company, its D Series auger additionally delivers:
- Diameters that range from 4 to 18 inches.
- Availability in 36-, 48- and 60-inch lengths with standard tips and blades, carbide blades or heavy-duty tips.
- The capability to drill down to 100 feet with auger extensions.
- Easy exchange of the tips and blades to accommodate varying soil types, permitting the operator to quickly switch on the jobsite.
- Commonly used with Big Beaver Drill Rig.
- One-man operation and optimal portability thanks to a 26-inch-wide profile that fits through gates and doorways to access areas unavailable to truck-mounted units.
- A hydraulic power source that achieves as much as 690 pound-feet of drilling torque for fast and efficient drilling.
- Sturdy solid-top construction that weighs half of competitive augers of the same size, making transportation—on and off the jobsite—easier for the operator.
- Simple connection to the drill with a drive pin.