hand auger

hand auger

[′hand ¦ȯg·ər]
(design engineering)
A hand tool resembling a large carpenters' bit or comprising a short cylindrical container with cutting lips attached to a rod; used to bore shallow holes in the soil to obtain samples of it and other relatively unconsolidated near-surface materials.
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makes a fine flat blade hand auger in both 6" and 8" hole sizes.
Recently, the gold anomaly has been extended further south and east based on hand auger assays results, which have just been received
The sampling has identified anomalous levels of uranium of up to 50ppm uranium from soil sampling and up to 249ppm uranium in hand auger samples from this lake and the associated palaeochannel system.
Krevosky recently twisted a hand auger into the earth and, with a slurp from the wet ground, pulled out a clump of dripping muck.
is pleased to announce that encouraging preliminary results have been received from an initial hand auger drill hole programme in the Pintu deposit.
0 g/t, while the average gold grade from hand auger samples was approximately 2.
To drive a shallow well you can rent or buy a hand auger, preferably a four-inch or six-inch one.
Work planned for the new year will include test pitting and hand auger drill holes into the Santa Monica deposit where vehicle access is not presently possible.
Exploration in this jungle terrain is heavily reliant on the results of hand auger soil sampling penetrating to depths of seven meters.
Soil sampling using a hand auger down to one metre depth
Prospecting and Geological Mapping Soil sampling using a hand auger down to one metre depth Laboratory testing and analyzing results