Ditch Witch rolls out improved back reamers

Ditch Witch announced it has released a new line of heavy-duty back reamers on Sept. 24 to help underground construction operators improve productivity and tool durability on horizontal directional drilling job sites.

“Reamers are the front-line soldiers to tackle expanding requirements of extreme soil conditions, which is why we pride ourselves on providing long-lasting and ruggedly built reamers,” Ditch Witch Director of Parts Sales and Marketing Jaime Wines said. “The heavy-duty design of our newest models enhances tool life and durability, providing drill operators with confidence to bore through the toughest soil conditions.”

Effective immediately, all model designs are equipped with standard API threads to fit any industry drill under 100,000 pounds, with Beavertail HD, Warthog HD, Kodiak HD and Compact Fluted HD back reamers among the new models.

The Beavertail HD back reamers are available in two versions and can accommodate small and big drill rigs. The small version includes a 2 3/4-inch shaft available in eight diameter sizes from 6 to 20 inches and a pull tab integrated directly in the shaft. For larger equipment, reamers are available with 3 1/4-inch, 4 1/4-inch and 4 3/4-inch shafts ranging in diameter up to 40 inches, including the box design.

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