Equipment Spotlight

The 220-hp HT220 is the heavy-duty track trencher you need when tackling big underground utility installations on tough terrain, such as wind-farm construction and installation of pipelines and energy-distribution facilities in remote locations.

The Buckeye 9200T is designed for 16-inch and smaller diameter pipe. With its 600 hp engine and a starting weight of 85,000 pounds, the 9200T is easily maneuverable and high producing. Both 7- and 9-foot digging wheels are available in several widths. With a quick attach digging wheel option, different digging wheels can be swapped out in only hours instead of days. 866.376.8453, buckeyetenchers.com

The TRS 1100 is suitable for cutting through hard rock and cement. The rocksaw offers customers a powerful 385 hp C-13 Cat ACERT engine.

Major updates have been made the 2000 Trencher Series necessitating that all model numbers have been changed, and in some instances, new ones added.

The 14/14 rock trencher is an extremely versatile 14 tonne machine.

The new Rivard RIV-523 TR250 Rock-Saw Trencher is ideal for wind farms, fiber networks, and oil and gas pipelines up to 8 inches in diameter.

Five new compact CX B Series excavators from Case offer zero tail swing and a center-swing boom for maximum productivity in even the tightest working spaces.

The new E18B zero tail swing, compact excavator delivers more digging performance and an adjustable track gauge for easy maneuverability in tight spaces.

Kobelco Short Radius ACERA excavators use the new Integrated Noise Dust Reduction system.

The E35 is a zero tail swing (ZTS) model gives unrestricted rotation and greater flexibility when you work close to objects or walls.

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