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Augers are used to collect disturbed soil samples at reasonable depths for laboratory tests. Augers are available in two types and each in different sizes. Blade type (post hole type) and helical type (screw type). Each auger outfit consists one each of auger head, one meter long rod, tee piece and handle. Depth of excavation can be increased using additional extension rods.