Terra Systems One-Piece Stainless Steel Augers

Terra Systems one-piece augers are ideal for soil sampling on a strict budget.

Features

  • Rugged, one-piece design
  • 12" cross handle & 42" extension rod offer compact and lightweight auger
  • Augers are built with long-lasting stainless steel
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Terra Systems One-Piece Stainless Steel Augers8159 One-piece stainless steel clay auger, 3" x 18" bucket
$341.00
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Terra One-Piece Stainless Steel Regular Auger 8160 One-piece stainless steel regular auger, 3" x 18" bucket
$302.00
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Terra One-Piece Stainless Steel Clay Auger 8161 One-piece stainless steel clay auger, 4" x 18" bucket
$378.00
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Terra One-Piece Stainless Steel Regular Auger 8162 One-piece stainless steel regular auger, 4" x 18" bucket
$339.00
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Terra Systems one-piece augers are ideal for soil sampling on a strict budget. A 12" cross handle with vinyl grips and 42" extension rod offer a compact and lightweight sampler. Additionally, the 18" long auger buckets allow for a maximum sampling depth of approximately 56".

The 3" and 4" Clay augers have two machined window openings in the body along with an open bit design. Both designs facilitate a larger sample viewing area, ease of sample discharge, and a lighter weight auger.
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