AMS 5/8" Threaded Stainless Steel Soil Augers

Similar in form to a nuts and bolts system, the AMS threaded connection is reliable and simple to use.

Features

  • 5/8" thread for the majority of soil auger diameters
  • Economical and secure
  • Versatile connection options
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AMS 5/8" Threaded Stainless Steel Soil Augers417.01 1 1/2" SST Regular Auger
$251.10
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AMS 417.02 1 3/4" SST Regular Auger
$252.30
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AMS 417.03 2" SST Regular Auger
$245.10
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AMS 417.04 2 1/4" SST Regular Auger
$241.50
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AMS 417.05 2 3/4" SST Regular Auger
$240.20
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AMS 417.06 3 1/4" SST Regular Auger
$239.00
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AMS 417.07 4" SST Regular Auger
$259.40
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AMS 417.08 5" SST Regular Auger
$281.10
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AMS 418.01 1 1/2" SST Mud Auger
$265.50
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AMS 418.02 1 3/4" SST Mud Auger
$264.00
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AMS 418.03 2" SST Mud Auger
$265.50
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AMS 418.04 2 1/4" SST Mud Auger
$258.30
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AMS 418.05 2 3/4" SST Mud Auger
$254.80
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AMS 418.06 3 1/4" SST Mud Auger
$248.60
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AMS 418.07 4" SST Mud Auger
$272.60
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AMS 418.00 5" SST Mud Auger
$291.00
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AMS 420.01 1 1/2" SST Sand Auger
$268.90
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AMS 420.02 1 3/4" SST Sand Auger
$273.70
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AMS 420.03 2" SST Sand Auger
$259.40
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AMS 420.04 2 1/4" SST Sand Auger
$258.20
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AMS 420.05 2 3/4" SST Sand Auger
$259.40
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AMS 420.06 3 1/4" SST Sand Auger
$255.90
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AMS 420.07 4" SST Sand Auger
$270.10
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AMS 419.08 5" SST Sand Auger
$296.60
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AMS 5/8" Threaded Stainless Steel Auger Extensions 409.06 5/8" X 1' SST Extension
$83.30
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AMS 409.07 5/8" X 2' SST Extension
$87.20
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AMS 409.08 5/8" X 3' SST Extension
$90.20
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AMS 409.09 5/8" X 4' SST Extension
$93.20
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AMS 409.10 5/8" X 5' SST Extension
$96.00
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AMS 5/8" Threaded Auger Handles 401.26 10" Cross Handle w/Grips
$24.80
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AMS 406.04 18" Rubber Coated Cross Handle
$41.10
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AMS 406.80 18" Ratcheting Cross Handle
$128.60
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AMS 401.27 12" Hammer Head Cross Handle
$96.90
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<b>Threaded Connection</b>
Similar in form to a nuts and bolts system, the AMS threaded connection is reliable and simple to use.

<b>Regular Soil Augers</b>
AMS Regular Augers are designed for use in most soil types. The AMS regular soil auger is commonly used for obtaining disturbed soil samples at or near the surface and for boring to depths where soil samples may be obtained with a separate soil sampler or soil core sampler. The bits of the regular soil auger are open to allow entry of small soil clumps and relatively small rocks and particles.

<b>Mud Augers</b>
AMS Mud Augers utilize a laser-cut, open cylinder design for easy removal of heavy, wet, or clay soils. The AMS mud auger features two openings in the cylinder wall to facilitate emptying as well as wider spaced bits than the AMS regular soil auger to ease entry of sticky soils.

<b>Sand Augers</b>
AMS Sand Augers are designed for use in sands and dry soils. The AMS sand auger uses a closed bit design with a restricted opening to prevent the loss of sampled material during retrieval. The sand auger has a cylinder similar to the regular soil auger, but the inner edges of the sand auger bits touch at their mid point to make the sand auger a much more reliable auger in loose, unconsolidated soil conditions.
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