Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Digga Australia and the importance of the augers it manufactures

Digga Australia is one of the leading manufacturers of various attachments for heavy duty machinery. Machines such as the forklift, telescopic handlers and many more can serve myriad purposes, thanks to the attachments manufactured by companies such as Digga. This Australian company manufactures over seventy different attachments ranging from Digga auger to pallet forks, trenching attachments, brooms, alloy ramps, agricultural attachments and many more.

The Digga auger was one of the first attachments that were manufactured by this company. In the year 1981, an Australian by the name Stewart Wright established this company in order to supply the local operators with various earth moving wear parts. The auger was one of the most sought after attachments during that time and hence, the company started manufacturing it in its small facility at Tingalpa. However, by 1982 Digga Australia was manufacturing various attachments. With a keen commitment towards delivery quality and customer delight, this company brought about various changes in the way it functioned and was one of the first few to introduce completely automated robotic welding and machining in the year 1989. The passage of years saw this company foraying into the manufacturing of advanced equipment used in steel cutting industries. The current facility of Digga measures 12,500 sq/m and it located midway along the Gold Coast and Brisbane at Yatala.

The Digga auger has been one of the most successful attachments manufactured by this company. Designed to perfection using the latest technology and the best quality raw materials, this attachment enjoys popularity all over the world. For the last two and half decades, the auger from Digga Australia has been used to dig into the ground in various terrains. This auger is robust and powerful and can drill effortlessly through bitumen, clay, earth and concrete. This attachment is as useful in heavy duty industries as it in light industrial units. The sharp teeth, pilots and extension shafts are various units that are provided with this auger to increase it functionality. Customers can choose from various types of augers such as the single cut augers, double cut augers and the fully flighted auger.

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