Little Beaver Auger Blades and Points
Matching the ideal point and blade to the specific soil type minimizes premature wear, maintenance costs and labor. Little Beaver manufactures a variety of augers, points and blades designed to optimize their ability to cut through specific soil profiles.
Little Beaver’s replaceable blades and points mount on the company’s regular and heavy-duty snap-on augers with ease. They protect the augers from wear while drilling in soils that range from loamy soil to compacted rock.
The standard blades and points come with every Little Beaver snap-on auger. They fasten to the auger with two steel bolts, and operators can remove the bolts with a common adjustable wrench. The standard blades and points are ideally suited for loamy soils or areas with few rocks. They are made with cold-rolled steel and hard surfacing to their edges. With these blades and points, the augers can drill more than 100 holes in prime soil conditions before servicing is needed.
Smaller-diameter augers – 1-1/2-inch, 2-inch and 3-inch – use standard points that simply screw or pin on.