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Simple & Strong

Need an auger for your wooden fence posts? Our hard wood augers make installing your latches a breeze.

Rotech Hardwood Augers are made of high-grade chromium alloy steel which has a pressure strength of 4000-5000 MPa while standard hardwood augers are made of a high carbon steel which generally has a pressure strength of 400-500 MPa.

Key Features

Heavy Duty

Battery Drill

Hydraulic Drill

Petrol Drill

Standard Chuck System

Timber Post

Best Drilling Efficiency, Ease and Speed

Unique cutting tip with radius to chip rather than cut the wood.

High Strength Chromium Alloy

10x stronger than augers made from high carbon steel

Dual Cutting Power

The dual cutting tip increases the cutting power and keeps the edges sharp longer

Amazing feed rate

Drills 400mm in a single pass without clogging

Wide Range:

16 mm – 32 mm with overall lengths 450 mm

Easy Tip Sharpening

With a round or half-round file, like traditional augers

ABout Our AUGERS

Our augers are perfect for drilling clean holes through your timber posts. We have a wide variety of sizes for a multitude of uses:

  • Our smaller sizes are excellent for drilling holes for latches and for holes to run wire through.
  • The 18mm and 20mm augers provide a great fit for our gate kits. 
  • We also provide bigger sizes which are better for drilling holes to run barb wire through your posts.

If you are purchasing an auger to install a gate kit, we recommend you use a slightly larger sized auger. For example, if you are getting a 16mm gate kit, get the 18mm auger. If you need to pull the gate kit out in the future the larger hole will make it easier. It will simply slide in and out with minimal hassle.

IMPORTANT! UsE your Auger Correctly

Every brand of wood auger is engineered slightly different. It’s critical that the auger is used how the manufacturer intended. There are important features of these augers: 

  1. These augers have a coarse thread for faster penetration at low revs (250rpm). Let the auger do the work. All you need to do is hold the drill straight (don’t try and push it through the post). If it’s a big post, pull the auger out occasionally to help remove the wood chips. 
  2. Each auger includes a cutting head with obtuse angles. This decreases the frequency between sharpens, minimising your downtime.