The RT1200 riding trencher from Toro consists of three major components—a flywheel, torsion shaft, and a planetary gearset. The flywheel stores inertial energy, the torsion shaft absorbs shock loads, and the planetary gearset multiplies the hydrostatic motor torque. Built on a tool carrier chassis, it features a variety of attachments including a backhoe, 6-way backfill blade, rocksaw, vibratory plow, reel carrier and trencher drive. It has a Cummins 4.5 liter, 121 horse power engine, 48 gallon fuel tank, and it comes with a standard tilt frame with load control option.
Little Beaver’s Kwik-Trench mini-trencher comes in two models, the KT200B and KT2400B. Both models are able to trench up to 30 feet per minute. They feature a compact design with carbide-tipped teeth and a drive system that it enables the mini-trenchers to cut through tree roots up to 10 inches thick. Both Kwik-Trench models feature a triple V-belt drive system and rotation speeds up to 800 rpm. They also feature a manual crank and a locking swivel wheel that guides the unit. Soil is deposited beside the trench. The trenchers are powered by a 5.5-horsepower Honda engine.
The Model One is a portable one-man earth drill from Ground Hog that features a cast aluminum gearbox housing a three-inch centrifugal clutch and hardened steel spur gears and large ball bearings throughout. The handlebars feature a trigger-type return throttle with stop switch. The unit weighs 23 pounds and uses a Honda GX35 360-degree, 4-stroke engine. The auger has a reversible blade design for increased blade life. The power unit and augers are available separately, or as a package that includes four auger sizes.
The model EZ9100 from EZ Trench comes with a 6.5hp Honda engine and with a wet clutch transmission. The combination helps to reduce maintenance time traditionally associated with belt driven equipment. The EZ9100 allows for digging a trench 13 inches deep and 2 ½ inches wide at a rate of 20 feet per minute. Weighing in at 250 pounds, it is small enough to fit through standard gates. It features heavy-duty replaceable carbide cutting bits that are able to slice right through hard soils and roots.
The RT45 from Ditch Witch now offers a Tier 4, 49-hp (36.5-kW) Deutz diesel engine, as well as a number of attachments including, a trencher, backhoe, earth saw, vibratory plow, microtrencher, and combination trencher/plow. The trencher is equipped with an advanced operator presence system that stops the engine when the operator leaves the seat. It offers color-coded controls, and a roomy, ergonomic operator’s station. The RT45’s exhaust system is now mounted under a composite hood with a horizontal exhaust pipe that diverts noise and hot air from the operator.
Underground Tools offers a variety of trencher parts, including chains, cutting systems and sprockets, for almost every make and model of trencher on the market, from the smallest pedestrian units to the largest track trenchers. The company also manufactures specialty cutting tools such as carbide bits, holders, tiller tines, compaction boring tools and other construction related wear parts.
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