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Vermeer RTX250 Pedestrian Trencher
February 20, 2013

Vermeer’s RTX250 pedestrian trencher features a dedicated platform design and EFI gas engine for ease of operation and optimal performance. The RTX250 is a rubber-tracked, steerable pedestrian trencher that is designed for the needs of rental businesses and utility contractors. The RTX250 uses a 27-horsepower (20.1 kW) Kohler electronic fuel injected (EFI) gas engine that delivers more power over competitive models to dig 8-inch-wide (20.3 cm) trenches up to 48 inches (121.9 cm) in depth. This trencher is simple to operate with a two-handlebar VZ steering system that allows easy mobility and operation without the need for numerous joysticks or significant operator training. The dedicated rubber track system is designed to minimize ground pressure. The undercarriage is designed for excellent traction in tough soil conditions while keeping speed and stability constant. The unit is 35.5 inches (90.2 cm) in width.