Walk Behind Trenchers - RTX100
Supplied by: Vermeer
Walk behind trenchers are ideal for a variety of projects, and now Vermeer has one thats so easy to use it hardly seems like work.
The RTX100 features our exclusive VZ steering system, which makes steering a breeze - even in the toughest of turns.
With the RTX100 walk behind trencher, users can maneuver easily into confined job sites and even counterrotate from a stationary position.
Equipped with interchangeable tyres or tracks, the RTX100 walk behind trencher offers a whole new level of flexibility and versatility for the jobsite. The rubber trucks enhance floatation and tractive effort when working in difficult ground conditions. Simply bolt on the rubber tyres for optimal maneuverability.
The RTX100 offers the durability and rugged construction expected in Vermeer equipment, and its easy operation makes it a smart addition to any fleet.
Features & Benefits
Feature: Directional control/handlebar steering
Benefit: 1) This system allows all types of operators to intuitively guide the machine in the intended direction of travel with minimal effort. 2) This type of steering system eliminates the need for additional levers or steering wheels to maneuver the machine simplifying the overall operation so less training is required. 3) The directional control bar also provides an additional leverage point if tractive effort is compromised due to slippery ground conditions.
Feature: Zero turn steering
Benefit: The RTX100 can maneuver in and around confined spaces and around obstacles where other machines can not.
Feature: Interchangeable Tires/Tracks
Benefit: Interchangeable tires and tracks allow the machine to be configured for maximum productivity in varying ground conditions. A separate model platform is not required to add the other option after purchase.
Benefit: Tracks offer increased surface contact for exceptional floatation and tractive effort, particularly in difficult ground conditions or when crossing over an existing trench. Competitive models offer tracks that are narrower, however, floatation may be compromised if the tracks become disabled in an existing trench, as they are narrower than the maximum cut of the trencher.
Feature: Hydraulic system
Benefit: The hydraulic system is designed to increase controllability and productivity.