for Wood and Steel Posts

Don't wait any longer for post to set before you string your fence. Hydraulic post drivers produce a driving action which helps eliminate air pockets in the soil. This provides an immediate air tight post set, allowing the operator to install fence faster. These rugged drivers are dependable for everyday, heavy duty use. Built for a one-man operation, these post drivers are strong enough for daily use.

Worksaver offers three post driver sizes, Models "HPD-16" , "HPD-20" and our heavy duty model "HPD-24". Driver's are available with different positioning style arrangements.

The PATENTED slide blocks guide the driving ram in the carriage, providing maximum surface contact for better performance and longer carriage life. A target bubble level indicator, mounted on the driver valve plate, allows the operator to adjust the driver easily, without guess work, to ensure that the post will be straight. Quality and confidence are built into each driver.

New QuickChange system: Worksaver has introduced a new Feature called The QuickChange System for replacing the rod seal in the field.    Download Instructions to change cyl. rod seal

HPD-16 effective with S/N 4077,   HPD-20 effective with S/N 4531  HPD-24 effective with S/N 1284
HPD Model 16/20
HPD Model 16/20/24
HPD Model 16/20
Front Loader
HPD Model 16/20/24
Swivel Offset
HPD Skid Steer
HPD Model 16/20/24
Self Contained Units
HPD Model 16/20/24
Return Fittings
Please read carefully and follow all safety instructions, use post holder, and always wear safety glasses.
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