Video: Digga shows off new attachments at Civenex
Aussie machinery attachments maker Digga had a few new ‘toys’ to show off at the recent Civenex infrastructure expo in Sydney, including a Torque Logic pin, a new Bigfoot trencher, two-speed auger drive units and a telescopic piling extension for skid-steer loaders.
In the video above, Digga New South Wales Branch Manager Scott Reed takes us through the features of the new products.
The Torque Logic system replaces the hood pin and allows you to read and log the amount of torque which is put into a screw pier.
"It’s a good product in the fact that it will read plumbness, it will give you the amount of torque that you exert onto the pier, it will put into a position and it will allow you to data-log all at the same time, ready to hand over to the engineer at the end of the construction period," Reed says.
The latest version of Digga’s Bigfoot trencher features an improved foot design for better visibility from within the machine, has a bigger spoil auger for more efficient digging and has a new and improved crumber bar which allows for automatic starting.
The two-speed drive units for machines from two to 50 tonnes feature a high-speed, low-torque setting for smaller auger jobs needing extra RPM, and low-speed, high-torque for grinding out larger diameter holes.
"It gives the ability to drill in all ground conditions, allows you to clean holes better without the use of cleaning buckets and allows you to do screw piering and augering at the same time off the one drive unit," Reed says.
Finally, the telescopic piling extension (TPE) is a simple but effective bar that allows you to drill screw piers up to 4m deep off a skid-steer loader.
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