Ditch Witch

Ground penetrating radar options from Sensors & Software, Ditch Witch, Geophysical Survey Systems Inc., US RADAR, Radiodetection and Vermeer.

Ditch Witch of Oklahoma recently teamed with Chesapeake Midstream Partners and Call Okie to create “We Dig Schools,” an educational program that teaches elementary students the importance of pipeline safety and calling 811 before digging to avoid utility service interruption and injury.

Mini skid steers from Vermeer, Bobcat and Ditch Witch.

Vacuum excavators from McLaughlin, Vacmasters, Super Products, Ditch Witch, Vactor, Vac-Tron Equipment and AmeriVac Group.

The city of Pewaukee, WI, recently upgraded its water supply system by spending $1.5 million to install 9,000 feet of 12-inch PVC water main. The city has two water systems, an East Side System and a West Side System.

Locating tools from Ridgid, Sensors & Software, Vivax-Metrotech, McLaughlin, Pipehorn Utility, Heath Consultants,
Sensit Technologies, Radiodetection and Ditch Witch.

The heavy-duty HT300 rock trencher is capable of trenching up to 10-feet deep and 36-inches wide in the most extreme jobsite conditions.

The Charles Machine Works Inc., manufacturer of Ditch Witch underground construction equipment, has introduced a new line of compact and powerful walk-behind trenchers.

The top 10 Ditch Witch dealerships were recently honored by The Charles Machine Works Inc., manufacturer of Ditch Witch products, as members of the 2011 Crescent Club. From sales and marketing to parts and service, these dealerships exhibited extraordinary service to their customers, to the industry and to the Ditch Witch organization in 2011.

Rock tools from Doosan, Vermeer, Melfred Borzall, INROCK, American Augers, Sharewell, Kennametal, Caterpillar, Ditch Witch, Ballantine, Underground Tools Inc., Bor-It Mfg., Kenco and Barbco.

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