McLaughlin Boring Systems

Ditch Witch
Designed for contractors and utility engineers, the Ditch Witch 2450GR ground penetrating radar system is instrumental in utility mapping efforts. Ideal for urban planning, void and sinkhole detection, concrete detection and locating underground storage tanks – the 2450GR locates cables and metallic and non-metallic pipes in one pass at depths of up to 19.7 feet and provides fast, clear images with its 5.6 mph survey speed and digitally controlled radar. 800.654.6481, ditchwitch.com

Vermeer

Auger boring equipment from American Augers, The Robbins Company, McLaughlin, Akkerman, Bor-It Mfg. and Barbco.

ConExpo-Con/Agg is a massive event. With an expected 130,000 people attending the show and thousands of exhibitors, it is easy for the underground construction niche to be overlooked and overwhelmed within the show’s principal areas of road building, bridges, asphalt, cement, site prep, cranes, etc. products and personnel.

Ground penetrating radar from McLaughlin, Sensors & Software, Vermeer,
Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI) and Ditch Witch.

Skid steer attachments from Bobcat, McLaughlin and Case.

Air and hydro vacuum excavators from Ditch Witch, Super Products, McLaughlin, Vacmasters, Vactor, Vac-Tron Equipment, AmeriVac Group and GapVax.

Pipe and cable locating equipment, from SENSIT Technologies, Vivax-Metrotech,
MALA Geoscience USA, Ditch Witch, McLaughlin, RIDGID, Sensors & Software and Radiodetection.

Auger boring equipment from The Robbins Company, McLaughlin Group, ICON Tunnel Systems, American Augers, Akkerman, Bor-It Mfg. and Barbco.

The Robbins Company

Vincent Rice has considerable experience planning underground installation jobs and is proud of his company’s successful pre-planning project track record. Rice, founder and president of Aaron Enterprises, York, PA, is extremely knowledgeable in the various disciplines of trenchless technology, and has been providing personalized trenchless installation services since 1976. The company focuses on auger boring, tunneling and directional drilling, and is known within their south central Pennsylvania trade territory as “rock specialists.”

Skid steer attachments from McLaughlin, New Holland, Bobcat and Case.

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