The resulting waste mud and fluids from the hydro excavation process can be effectively managed, making life easier for drilling operators and creating possible new revenue streams.
Ditch Witch C12X walk-behind trencher offers digging depth up to 24 inches
The new Ditch Witch C12X walk-behind trencher provides rental companies with exceptional return on investment while enhancing ease of use, reliability and serviceability. The C12X trencher is equipped with a compact frame, equipped with a powerful 12-hp engine and digging depths up to 24 inches.
Designed with an exclusive, patented CX track system with a longer right-side track, the unit increases jobsite traction and production. The tighter design also improves versatility, allowing the machines to maneuver in confined spaces, and easily fits on a variety of trailer options. The C12X trencher features responsive, easy-touch ergonomic controls, enhancing machine responsiveness and reducing operator fatigue. A simple, open design provides greater service accessibility and eliminates daily grease points to improve reliability and provide more uptime.
The machine is equipped with the proven, reliable Ditch Witch 35K digging system for reduced maintenance, increased durability and optimized production.
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