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Voici quelques outils couramment utilisés pour travailler sur cet appareil. Vous ne devriez pas avoir besoin de tous les outils pour chaque procédure.
Background and Identification
An auger is made of a helical screw blade called a flighting and an engine, which powers the turning of the blade. The operator holds the auger with the flighting on the ground they want to dig into, and the blade cuts into the ground while 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 Little Beaver MDL-5H auger uses a ‘torque tube’ to eliminate kickback, making it easier for the operator to handle and control. It is intended to be used to dig holes for fencing or supports, as well as landscaping and soil sampling. This auger is part of a family of augers, which includes the MDL-5B, MDL-8B, and MDL-8H. The 8B and 8H models are heavier, and have higher-power engines than the 5B and 5H models, but their specifications are very similar.
- Wheel Size: 8” (10” optional)
- Wheel Type: Semi-pneumatic
- Dry Shipping Weight: 132 lbs
- Auger: not included
- Engine: Honda GX160
- Engine Horsepower: 5.5 HP (4.8 HP net)
- Gear Reduction Ratio: 10:1
- RPM: 360
- Oil Alert System: Standard
- Torque Tube: Standard
- Centrifugal Clutch: Standard
- 7ft Flexible Drive Shaft: Standard