The RoadWorker™

The RoadWorker is a unique truck mounted post hole digger and auger that provides the power of hydraulics, the flexibility of a boom and extension, and can easily be operated by one person. The RoadWorker is self contained with its own engine sitting on a steel pallet. It is the newest and easiest way to get your post hole drilling done.   Continue Reading>

What’s New

post hole digger

Introducing the UtilityWorker™

The UtilityWorker can drill in extreme difficult soils, including solid rock tooling.  It reaches to 18’  from the center of the truck.  Used by Highway Contractors for signage & guard rails, and the Solar Industry for Post Refusal problems.


  • Fits on the back of a 1+ Ton truck, provides a small footprint on the road, no trailer needed, save time in and out on job, one to two persons can do the job, no special skills needed.
  • Auger various sizes of holes; the UtilityWorker has proved itself in extreme rocky soils, industrial strength to tackle the bigger jobs.
  • Options include a winch for lifting which adds many more uses for this New and powerful Hydraulic tool.  Continue Reading>


Solar Foundation Pile Installation

The New ViperTrack™ (designed specifically for Solar application) hydraulically drives Foundation Posts/Piles for Solar structures. It can also install helical anchors, using several Tool options to choose from. Click here to get more information.  Continue Reading>


Earth Anchor Auger

The RoadWorker Earth Anchor Auger

The RoadWorker Earth Anchor Auger has taken us International! It installs Earth Anchors of all kinds.  With all the amenities of a RoadWorker, but with the power needed to install the Anchor with minimal soil disturbance. Need FM 2.4 GHZ 100 mw Pendent controlled equipment? Click here to see how Chevron and BP are using them in Malaysia & Indonesia.
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