The attachment line includes cutters, finish mowers, snow blowers, and assorted scrapers, discs, rakes, post hole diggers, stump grinders and blades.
What does PHD stand for?
PHD stands for Post Hole Digger (construction)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
With a post hole digger or auger, dig two 3-foot-4-inch deep holes and place the posts exactly 8 feet apart.
Brissette said she expects about 50 volunteers each day and asks them to bring whatever construction equipment they can, including shovels, 6- and 8-foot ladders, manual post hole diggers, electric and battery-operated drills, ratchet sets, open-end wrenches, Allen wrenches, tape measures, levels and extension cords.
While this can be done by hand using shovels or post hole diggers, vacuum excavation offers the significant advantages of being much faster and far safer, while also opening a much smaller hole which must be filled and patched.
Don't confuse this with a power drill type or clam type post hole digger.
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