When trenching in confined areas, such as near buildings, sidewalks and roads, the Vermeer RTX100 trencher is a solution that provides operators with precision control while digging.
Used for cutting trenches for utility infrastructure, irrigation systems and drainage tiles, the Vermeer RTX100 has a dig depth range from 24 to 36 inches and a digging width range of four to six inches.
Powered by either a 13-horsepower Honda or a 15-horsepower Kohler gas engine, the Vermeer RTX100 is equipped with a 1.61-gallon fuel tank.
With a wheelbase of 34.2 inches and crawling and rotating on a pair of interchangeable 8.5-inch treads or tires, the pedestrian trencher can be configured for maximum productivity in varying ground conditions.
The Vermeer RTX100’s VZ steer system allows the operator to easily maneuver the unit by moving the handlebars. The handlebar steer system eliminates the need for additional levers or steering wheels, making the unit easy to guide and operate.
Neff Rental has the Vermeer RTX100 available at many of its branches coast to coast. Easy to transport, the trencher can be loaded on the back of a pick-up truck, rolled onto a small trailer or delivered to your job site.
For more information about the RTX100, visit www.neffrental.com , or call 888-709-NEFF.