The appearance of advertisements and product information on this site does not constitute an endorsement by Equipment World Magazine, and Equipment World Magazine has not investigated the claims made by any advertiser. Product information is based solely on material received from suppliers.

Ditch Witch HT25 Compact Trencher

March 31st, 2008

InfoNOW!

Have someone from Ditch Witch 
contact you with more information Click Here

Company: Ditch Witch

ditch-witch-HT25Untitled-1Ditch Witch offers the HT25 compact, light-utility trencher. The HT25 is ideal for replacing existing service lines, installing new service lines, small utilities, footings and landscaping projects such as water sprinkler systems. At 35.5 inches wide, the compact HT25 is designed to work in confined areas, and with a zero turn radius, it”s maneuverable enough to get in and out of tight spots. The HT25 is mounted on rubber tracks with hydrostatic ground drive and independent track controls. This affordable rider delivers power in a compact package with a 25-hp Kubota diesel engine. The HT25 can be equipped with a backhoe, backfill blade, and one of three available trencher attachments: centerline with a 36-inch (914 mm) digging depth, wide-centerline with 24-inch (610 mm) digging depth, and offset with a 24-inch (610 mm) digging depth. An optional drilling attachment adds to jobsite capabilities by allowing installations under sidewalks and driveways. The HT25 is designed for easy operation with productivity-boosting features such as electric-over-hydraulic digging chain engagement, enclosed self-lubricating gearbox, and easy to identify controls.

 

 

All Trencher Attachments Products From:

Leading Edge Attachments Inc

Caterpillar Inc

Ditch Witch

CEAttachments

Bainter Construction Services LLC

Toro

Vermeer Corporation

Premier Manufacturing

Paladin

Lowe Manufacturing Co

Vermeer

Do you want some tips to stay safe on the job site?

Equipment World has created an entire section devoted to safety.

Click here to check it out. »

 

Here are the most recent tips we've posted:

Hauling headaches: Know your load limits when trailering equipment

One-man machines: The operator should be the only person on a wheel loader

advertisement
advertisement
advertisement
advertisement