Thursday, 7 June 2018

Go from drilling to mixing in under 2 minutes with the Digga mixer attachment.

Installing a new fence or refitting fence posts? Don’t buy or rent a dedicated cement mixer when you can turn your auger drive into a cement mixer! 

The Digga mixer attachment is a practical tool for the farm, building site or general maintenance. Whether you need to mix cement, post fix, fertilizer or mulch; with the Digga cement mixer, you can change from drilling to mixing in under 2 minutes.

It’s popular thanks to its ease of connection to your Digga auger drive - simply pin the cradle into your existing auger frame and add the mixer bowl. It will attach to all Digga drives, post-2017 manufacture.

Available in 2 size options to give you a max struck capacity of 4 cu ft/ 112 litres the Digga mixer bowl can add real value to your fleet – saving you time and money. 




See the change over in action here

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Get your fencing in line.

From one-man post hole diggers, augers and cement mixers suitable for tractors, telehandlers and skid steer loaders; take advantage of Digga's range of fencing solutions before the start of the season.

Whether your fences are containing livestock, subdividing your land or keeping your neighbours out, Digga fencing attachments will take the hard work out of installing strong, stable fence post holes.

Monday, 4 June 2018

Halo - operator benefits


The Digga Halo has been designed and engineered to make life easier for operators when drilling and screw piling.


  • The operator can see the alignment light indicator of Halo from the machine cab, removing the need for an extra person to hold a level to align the drive. With nobody standing under the drive and boom, Halo increases safety and also saves on labour costs.
  • Halo helps to avoid side loading on the auger drive and auger thanks to the alignment light indicators. Sideloading of the drive and auger can lead to expensive repairs.
    You can find more information on the importance of vertical alignment here.


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