1. What are Solaris Auger Torque Auger Drives?
Solaris Auger Torque Auger Drives are high-quality, versatile attachments designed for excavators, offering efficient digging and drilling capabilities.
2. Which excavator weight range do these Auger Drives cover?
Our Auger Drives cater to excavators ranging from 8 metric tons to 22 MT (17,500 – 50,000 lbs.), ensuring compatibility with a wide range of machinery.
3. What sets Solaris Auger Torque Auger Drives apart from others in the market?
These Auger Drives are over-engineered for durability, ensuring they withstand demanding excavation work and provide long-lasting performance. Solaris Attachments is also available on evenings and weekends, offering service hours when you’re not working.
4. What is the optional 2-Way Valve feature for Auger Drives?
The optional 2-Way Valve available for our Auger Drives allows you to convert a single-acting hammer circuit into a 2-way auxiliary flow, expanding the capabilities of your excavator.
5. What is the purpose of the Pressure Relief Valve in the 15000-45 and 18500-45 Auger Drives?
The optional Pressure Relief Valve in the 15000-45 and 18500-45 models safeguards the hydraulic motor from backpressure and hydraulic pressure spikes, extending the equipment’s lifespan.
6. Are high-quality hoses and couplers included with these Auger Drives
Yes, high-quality hoses and couplers come standard with our Auger Drives. However, please note that the 15000-45 and 18500-45 models do not include couplers, and their type and size must be specified at the time of purchase.
7. How do I choose the right Auger Drive for my excavator?
Selecting the ideal Auger Drive involves considering factors such as your excavator’s size, the nature of your excavation tasks, and any additional features you may require. We offer a range of models to suit various needs.
8. Can you provide an overview of the available Auger Drive models?
- 11000-40: Designed for excavators in the 8MT-13MT range, offering reliability and versatility for mid-sized machines.
- 11000-45: Suitable for excavators ranging from 8MT to 13MT, providing quality and durability similar to the 11000-40.
- 15000-45: Intended for excavators between 13MT and 18MT, with an optional Pressure Relief Valve for added protection.
- 18500-45: Tailored for larger excavators in the 18MT-22MT range, known for their capacity and durability.
9. How do I ensure a successful investment in Auger Drives for my excavator?
To ensure a successful investment, choose Solaris Auger Torque Auger Drives. They are designed to meet the demands of excavation professionals, providing durability and versatility. Our warranty will give you all the assurance you need for your investment. Consider the 6-year warranty on the planetary gearbox, 3-year warranty on the hydraulic motors, and 2-year warranty on all other parts. No other industry leader will back up their product like this.
10. Where can I experience the benefits of Solaris Auger Torque Auger Drives for my excavation needs?
Experience the ultimate in excavation efficiency with our dependable and versatile Auger Drives by choosing Solaris Auger Torque. Contact us today to explore the range and find the perfect fit for your excavator. Check out our videos on our website.
11. What is an Auger Drive?
An Auger Drive is a heavy-duty attachment designed to be used with excavators for efficient digging and drilling operations. It provides the necessary power and precision to bore holes or excavate soil and other materials.
12. Is an Auger Better than a Post Hole Digger?
While both Augers and Post Hole Diggers serve similar purposes, Augers are often preferred for their versatility and ability to handle a wider range of digging and drilling tasks. Augers are suitable for various ground conditions and can be used for tasks beyond just digging post holes.
13. Is an Auger Worth it?
The worthiness of an Auger depends on your specific excavation needs. If you require efficient and precise digging or drilling operations, especially for larger projects or in challenging terrains, investing in a high-quality Auger can significantly improve productivity and save time, making it a worthwhile investment.
14. What is the difference between a Post Digger and an Auger?
The primary difference between a Post Hole Digger and an Auger is their versatility and range of applications. A Post Hole Digger is typically designed for digging holes for fence posts and is limited in its use. In contrast, an Auger is a more versatile attachment that can handle various tasks, including drilling holes for various purposes, such as planting trees, installing utility poles, or creating foundation holes. Augers are also suitable for different soil types and terrains, making them a more versatile choice for excavation needs.