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Plc Underground supplies irrigation, telecom utility contractors made in USA plow blades, HDD compaction bits, pipe pullers and many more trenchless technology parts and accessories. Fast shipping options and hassle-free shopping cart website.
rear eye pipe puller
Rear Eye Pipe Pullers SDR-11
Starting Price: From $119.88 to $1,965.52
Rear Eye Pipe Pullers SDR-11
NEW Paddle Bits - Roughneck Steep Taper Ripper Bit
Starting Price: From $321.00 to $696.00
NEW Paddle Bits - Roughneck Steep Taper Ripper Bit
NEW Side Load Sonde Housing
Starting Price: From $0.80 to $1,575.00
NEW Side Load Sonde Housing
paddle bits - angled conical claw bit
NEW Paddle Bits - Angled Conical Claw Bit
Starting Price: From $220.00 to $470.00
NEW Paddle Bits - Angled Conical Claw Bit
NEW Paddle Bits - Button Taper Bit
Starting Price: From $211.00 to $361.00
NEW Paddle Bits - Button Taper Bit
NEW Paddle Bits - Radius Button Bit
Starting Price: From $206.00 to $401.00
NEW Paddle Bits - Radius Button Bit
NEW Paddle Bits - Steep Taper Clay Bit
Starting Price: From $157.00 to $189.20
NEW Paddle Bits - Steep Taper Clay Bit

Notes

*Always notify the local one-call system prior to excavating, plowing or boring. Always expose utilities near your work by a non-destructive method before excavating, plowing or boring.
**All manufacturers names, symbols and descriptions like Ditch Witch, Vermeer, Burkeen, Case or Astec are used for reference purposes only and none of the products listed are the products of those manufacturers.
Returns on a case by case basis with our agreement only, must be requested immediately upon receipt of goods. Email for return requests. Blades are made to order and non-returnable. A 20% restocking fee charged on all goods accepted by us for return. Used, worn or damaged items not eligible for return. Authorized returns must be returned within 20 days. Customer responsible for all packing and shipping charges and are not refundable.
News
Remember to water early for the best results when using sprinkler systems on golf courses, commercial or residential property.
Watering in the early morning (between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m.) saves money and
water, while keeping your grass, plants and trees healthier.
Watering early when the sun is low and winds are calm:
• Helps reduce water loss from evaporation due to heat and wind.
• Improves soil absorption so water and nutrients get to plant roots,
where it’s needed most. Always follow local watering guidelines and restrictions. Visit


ICUEE takes silver medal
‎Wednesday, ‎April ‎23, ‎2014
The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) has come second in the Top U.S. Trade Shows list from the Trade Show News Network (TSNN)

SAK bags CIPP project
‎Wednesday, ‎April ‎23, ‎2014
The City of Baltimore has awarded SAK Construction an $18.8 million contract to install new pipelines as part of a plan to improve its wastewater system

Michels launches new division
‎Wednesday, ‎April ‎23, ‎2014
US-based utility contractor Michels Corporation has launched a new division

Ditch Witch partners AEM on safety
‎Wednesday, ‎March ‎26, ‎2014, ‏‎2:19:48 PM
Oklahoma-based Ditch Witch has produced a safety video in collaboration with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

Doctor Mole lauded by alma mater
‎Wednesday, ‎March ‎26, ‎2014
Dr Gary Brierley, a 40-year-veteran of underground construction, has been presented the Distinguished Alumnus Award from his alma mater, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

HammerHead welcomes Harr
‎Wednesday, ‎March ‎26, ‎2014
Harr Technologies and Silver Fox Construction founder Bob Harr has been appointed as pipe ramming and product specialist with HammerHead Trenchless Equipment

NASP launches pipe system
‎Wednesday, ‎March ‎26, ‎2014, ‏‎2:19:11 PM
North American Specialty Products (NASP) has enhanced its Yelomine restrained-joint pipe system to carry higher pressures 

US exports of construction gear decline
‎Tuesday, ‎March ‎25, ‎2014
The value of construction equipment exported from the US fell by 25% in 2013, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has announced

The Hail Mary of HDD
‎Tuesday, ‎March ‎25, ‎2014
A mile is a notable distance for any HDD project. Multiply that by three and put it under a river and you’ve got a power play

Pipe fusion: come rain or shine
‎Tuesday, ‎March ‎25, ‎2014
McElroy Manufacturing has brought the inside to the outside: its new pipe-fusion system is designed to shelter workers from severe weather or dark

The benefit of forward thinking
‎Wednesday, ‎March ‎05, ‎2014
On a sewer-line replacement project in Colorado, collaboration with designers saved more than just mess