Ignite Attachments has added to its lineup of products with a new auger line. The four models offer self-aligning features for vertical holes in various situations. A choice of drive system provides torque for tough digging conditions.
Capable of handling shale, clay and frozen surfaces, the new auger lineup is a solution for post hole digging, fence installation, deck building, tree planting and much more. With Ignite’s Fit Finder, customers can find the right auger to pair with their existing equipment and receive delivery to their shop door.
“It’s all about getting the job done quickly and accurately,” said Matthew Foley, lead engineer at Ignite Attachments. “Our business model allows customers to confidently match, buy and receive attachments directly to their door fast. With the new auger lineup, we’re expanding the applications customers can tackle with their existing equipment, giving those in the fencing, utility, landscape, construction, agriculture, rental and similar industries, as well as homeowners, a high-quality, cost-effective solution without the delay of working with a third-party dealer.”
The 75DDH and 165DDH augers both feature a classic-drive system, which provides torque ratio at a range of rpm. The 75DDH has a hydraulic flow range of 8-20 gpm and the 165DDH has a hydraulic flow range of 14-25 gpm. Both models offer a digging depth of 50 in. with a standard bit or up to 86 in. with an optional extension.
For more challenging digging conditions, including shale, rocky soil, layers of frost, heavy clay and more, Ignite offers a planetary drive that maximizes torque and power. Planetary-drive models include the 150 ph with a hydraulic flow range of 10-20 gpm and the 210 ph with a flow range of 15-30 gpm. Both models offer a digging depth of 50 in. with a standard bit or up to 86 in. with an optional extension.
All models in Ignite Attachment’s auger line feature a specific joint between the mounting frame and drive unit to support straight, vertical holes even while working on contoured, sloped or uneven ground.
“We’ve taken the guesswork out of digging,” said Foley. “With our self-balanced alignment feature, customers don’t need to worry as much about the loader’s stance. They can get perfectly straight holes every time.”