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Digger Derrick Trucks Serve a Dedicated Purpose
Digger derrick trucks are designed to do one basic task -- and to do it quickly and with minimal risk to the operator. A digger derrick truck essentially bores a hole in the ground, and then secures a pole inside this hole. Common applications for this type of truck are for utility companies who need to install or maintain telephone or electrical power poles, or for anyone who needs to install a pole into the ground that may be too ungainly to do without the help of heavier machinery. These trucks utilize a powerful auger assembly that has interchangeable auger bits. This allows for different bit sizes to accommodate a variety of pole diameters and footing depths. Once the hole is drilled, the digger derrick truck will utilize a mechanical pole clamp that can raise and lower the pole and secure it inside the recently drilled hole. Once the pole is in the hole it can be secured using a variety of footing materials and will then be ready for permanent mounting of additional accessories like power line brackets and telephone line clamps.
What Are the Options Available Today For Those Seeking a Digger Derrick Truck?
Those in the market for a new or used truck will find out that there are several makers who design and build these purpose-built vehicles. One of the most popular is International's line of digger derrick trucks. These units are usually equipped with one of International's own lineup of diesel engines, and are frequently in 2-wheel drive format. Some trucks are available on different platforms and in four-wheel drive configuration, as they find work in less hospitable locales than your typical urban area. The International 4900 series is a great choice for those seeking an economical alternative to a new digger derrick truck. These units are frequently seen in action across the nation, and offer features such as 2-speed auger drives, 45-foot sheave heights, 15,000-pound capacities, and a variety of pole clamps and material handling accessories. These units also offer outrigger supports for additional stability, and can be outfitted with a variety of workboxes and tool storage units.
GMC and Chevrolet also offer a lineup of digger derrick trucks that offer plenty of capability, but in a slightly smaller package than the International lineup. These trucks are highly efficient, and can manage just about any pole installation job you'll come across, but they drive more like passenger vehicles and frequently offer additional creature comforts versus the "big-rig" style trucks you'll find on the market today.
Searching For a Digger Derrick Truck Is Easy!
Digger derrick trucks are designed to do one thing, and to do it extremely well. With all of the tools and implements onboard to manage the quick and safe installation of a variety of poles, these trucks make a utility company or construction crew work easier, while keeping the crew safe from heavy and ungainly materials. On our site, you'll find a network of sellers and advertisers who offer a wide assortment of derrick trucks -- from brand new units, to more economical used trucks. The choice is yours! Your digger derrick truck is just a click away!