Ditch Witch offered an up-close look at new equipment that boasts convenience, power and productivity. SK3000 brings true stand-on visibility to the full-size skid steer class, with an easy-on, easy-off platform.
“The RT80 trencher was built to adapt,” said Chris Thompson, Ditch Witch product manager, heavy-duty trenchers. “Faced with tighter deadlines, smaller budgets and more congested underground networks, contractors need a utility trencher that can fit and function in any environment.
Ditch Witch’s new 24,000-pound thrust/pullback JT24 horizontal directional drill fills the gap between the company’s JT20 and JT25 drills, and is aimed at the on-fire fiber optic installation market, along with gas and water.
The following Pipeline Equipment Spotlight features the latest and greatest in vacuum excavator technology….The enhanced lineup of Ditch Witch vacuum excavators boosts productivity and versatility on municipality and underground construction jobs.
Trencher tooth selection should be based on soil conditions to get the most productive trenching: Compact walk-behind trenchers are increasing in popularity, come in a variety of sizes and can be customized, depending on your business and jobsite needs.