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Background and Identification
The 240H Hole Digger is a handheld, one-person auger manufactured by General Equipment. It has a four-stroke engine, which is gasoline powered. It consists of a helical screw blade, which is referred to as a flighting, and an engine that powers the turning of the blade. This tool is used to drill holes in the ground. The blade cuts into the ground, and the turning of the blades helps to push the loosened material out of the hole and away. Augurs can be manually turned or mechanized, and their uses range from planting gardens to drilling holes for foundations to cutting fishing holes for ice fishermen.
The 240H Hole Digger requires ear and eye protection at all times when operating or near the active machine. This is due to the noise of the engine, which is above 70dBA, and the potential for material to fly out of the hole during operation and hit someone, potentially damaging their vision. This auger is intended for use on a variety of soil classifications (which are based on their Proctor Density).
- Honda GX35, all-position, 4 Stroke engine
- Hand rewind starter
- Gasoline, unleaded automotive grade fuel compatible
- 1.3 Horsepower
- Totally-enclosed, spur gear, grease-lubricated transmission
- 3" diameter clutch, all-metal, automatic-centrifugal, slips on overload
- 1" round driveshaft connection
- 51 ft. lbs. maximum drilling torque
- 2"- 8" diameter range
- 30” standard digging depth
- Auger Extension: Non-flighted, plain tube, extends depth to 45"
- 166 RPM nominal auger rotation speed, no load