Helicoid or Sectional Flighting
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Helicoid Flighting

Helicoid flighting comes in one continuous length. The flighting is thicker at the inside edge and tapers towards the outside edge. Forming a single helix saves time and money, but there are limitations as to the materials, design, and material thickness using this method.

Sectional Flighting

Sectional Flighting comes in one rotation per piece, and are of uniform thickness from their inner edge to their outer edge. The sectional flight process allows for a greater variation in design, material thickness, and material used, but more handling is required to form sectional flights into a finished auger.

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