It happens to everyone: you purchase a new tool, appliance or machine to solve a specific problem, only to discover an additional, equally valuable benefit.
Maybe it's an appliance purchased for higher capacity that ends up being far more efficient than the unit it's replacing.
Sometimes the easiest way to get through a problem is to go under it.
Whether installing landscape features, fencing or cable, obstacles like sidewalks and driveways can present a challenge to simple trenching methods. Manual methods are always an option, but customers today's rental customers are looking for ways to make their projects easier.
Installing something below a paved surface sounds like a daunting task. While breaking and repairing the surface is one approach to adding pipes, cables and lines below a driveway or sidewalk, that method comes with extra labor, cost and challenges.
Consider going below the surface by implementing one of the many methods of boring.
The most powerful offering in Little Beaver's full line of earth drilling equipment, the Big Beaver auger drill rig offers 2,500 lbs. (1,134 kg) of lifting capacity and the ability to turn augers up to 18 in. (45.7 cm) in diameter. Constructed with a welded mechanical steel frame, the Big Beaver is rugged and durable, and ideal for a variety of applications including soil sampling, foundation repair and drilling environmental test wells.
Little Beaver Inc. , a manufacturer of earth drills and miniature trenchers, offers D-Series augers for extended drilling depths. The series features a secure drive pin connection, allowing operators to drill deeper than 15 ft. (4.5 m) during geotechnical and environmental testing and foundation repair.