Custom Subs & Adapters

In HDD, downtime is a four-letter-word. Whether it’s due to broken or missing subs, we get it. At Radius HDD, we are serious about getting your crew up and running. We stock more adapters and crossover subs than anyone in the industry. We have hundreds of subs in stock and ready to go in our Continue Reading

Pullers to Get You to the Finish Line

If you’re looking at pullers, that means you are ready to finish up your horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project and get the heck out of there. Whether you’re pulling HDPE or PVC conduit, water or sewer pipe, Radius HDD has the pullers you need to get the job done. Below are types of pullers we Continue Reading

Back Reaming

After you’ve finished your pilot hole, the next important step for a successful bore is choosing the appropriate reamer. In some cases, the pilot hole finishes at the required bore hole diameter. But most of the time, they will need to be enlarged. Just like the pilot tool used before them, back reamers are also Continue Reading

Mud Increases Tool Life

The Radius team recently delivered custom subs to a drill site where workers were dealing with a challenging job due to constant exposure to the elements. Each crew member has specific responsibilities, and they’re often handling them in extreme weather and rough terrain. Lots of things can go wrong and it’s a constant balancing act Continue Reading

INTRODUCING THE NEW BADASS 3 BOLT HOUSING FOR DITCH WITCH® JT5

Digging deeper to solve problems is what Radius HDD® is all about. With that mindset, we have developed a stronger, more versatile 3 bolt housing for the Ditch Witch® JT5. Our Ditch Witch-compatible dirt housings are built to higher standards than anything else on the market, and Radius has taken it to the next level Continue Reading

4 tips to keep your HDD tools operating at an optimal level

Every day around the world, HDD tooling is being used as the go-to solution for trenchless drilling. After multiple uses, these tools can get worn down and have to be replaced. Although not all variables can be controlled when drilling, making an effort to manage a few will ensure the tools’ longevity. To save money Continue Reading

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