Quick Disconnects & Collars

The safer, easier way to swap out tools on your Vermeer and Ditch Witch drills

Put down that pipe wrench! Our reliable Quick-Disconnects and Collars have been engineered by HDD experts and put to the test by real drillers who understand the importance of speed and safety on every job.

Deluxe Quick-Disconnects for Vermeer

Minimize nozzle plugging during rod break out with our Deluxe Quick-Disconnect, featuring a built-in check valve. Carbide wear buttons extend life of your quick disconnect in the high-wear area immediately behind the hex collar.

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Value Quick-Disconnects for Vermeer

Quality and compatibility is assured by 100% thread inspection and unique single-setup machining process. We use chrome-moly steel produced by US Mills that matches our specs to create the highest strength and longest life quick-disconnect available.

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EZ Connects for Ditch Witch

We guarantee durability and compatibility with our precision gun-drilled, CNC-machined Ditch Witch EZ Connects, manufactured from tough American chrome-moly steel.

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Slide Collars for Vermeer and Ditch Witch

All collars are not created equal. Our collars for Ditch Witch and Vermeer Quick-Disconnects have a thicker wall for more strength and longer life. Choose from collar options with chunky carbide hardfacing, carbide button studs, or even carbide cutter teeth to actually enlarge the hole during pullback. Collars with cutter teeth are part of Melfred Borzall’s FastBack System to accelerate your direct pullback operations.

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We know when you need the right tool you need it at the right time. Which is why we have distributors all over the US and the globe—to get you what you need as soon as you need it. Use our Find a Distributor tool to find the closest distributor to you.

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We’re committed to helping directional drillers remain productive and profitable. Our knowledgeable sales staff are here to answer all your “boring” questions and get you the right tools for the job . . .the first time.