400.78

AMS Borehole Preparation Kit

AMS Borehole Preparation Kit

Description

The AMS Borehole Preparation Kit improves the effectiveness of sampling by creating a pre-bored hole.

Features

  • Includes three different types of augers to meet all needs
  • Everything is kept safe and secure in the included black poly-canvas bag
  • A rubber coated cross handle allows a firm grip
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The AMS Borehole Preparation Kit improves the effectiveness of sampling by creating a pre-bored hole. It also improves the accuracy of any other geotechnical testing. The kit includes a wide range of tools, all for one economical price. These tools include three different types of augers, a rubber coated cross handle, and two extensions. All the parts are kept secured in a black poly-canvas bag that makes traveling convenient.
What's Included:
  • (1) 5/8" Threaded auger
  • (1) 2 1/4" Regular auger
  • (1) 2 1/4" 5/8" Planer auger
  • (1) 4' 5/8" Extension
  • (1) 3' 5/8" Extension
  • (1) Rubber-coated cross handle
  • (1) Black poly-canvas bag
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AMS Borehole Preparation Kit 400.78 Borehole preparation kit
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