Subsite Recon & TK
Subsite and Ditch Witch beacons for Recon and TK locators.
Used DigiTrak Falcon F1 complete system including an FCD remote display and 2 transmitters. The system is fully tested and in good working conditio...View full details
Used DigiTrak F5 Falcon locating system including the new FT5p transmitter. The system is fully tested and in good working condition. For a complet...View full details
Used DigiTrak F2 Falcon locating system includes the remote display and the transmitter. The system is fully tested and in good working condition. ...View full details
Used DigiTrak F2 receiver with FX12 transmitter. The locator is fully tested and in good working condition. For a complete list of included items s...View full details
Used Radiodetection RD8100 Cable Pipe Locator Kit with TX10 Transmitter. The system is in excellent condition. Fully tested and in perfect working ...View full details
Subsite / Ditch Witch Sonde Specification: Compatible Locators Ditch Witch® and Subsite® Tracker 750/752Subsite TK, TKD, TKQSubsite Recon...View full details
DigiTrak F5 Sonde Specification: Compatible Locators DigiTrak F5® Pitch 0.1% Depth 65ft Frequency 19.2kHz/12kHz Batteries 2...View full details
DigiTrak F2 FX12 Grey Sonde Specification: Compatible Locators DigiTrak F2® DigiTrak F5® Pitch 0.1% Depth 65ft Frequency 1...View full details
Subsite 88B Beacon Specification: Compatible HDD Locators Ditch Witch® and Subsite® Tracker 750/752TK, TKD, TKQRecon 1, Recon 2, Recon 4Tr...View full details
DC power cord for DigiTrak Aurora and FSD remote displays. The cord features 4-Pin connector to DC cigarette plug. Designed to power free-standing ...View full details
All refurbished HDD transmitters are covered by industry-leading 180-day warranty with next-day replacement.
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Mud motors have been utilized under specific circumstances for vertical drilling—such as drilling in oil patches where drills have to push through bedrock—for some time. By making several minor adaptations, these tools have also become effective for horizontal directional drilling...
Underground utility lines must be installed safely and appropriately. However, horizontal drilling poses unique challenges due to significantly more limited visibility than vertical drilling. However, it is possible to limit risks by utilizing the most effective horizontal directional drilling (HDD)...