Trenching machines, wheel

The 1030 walk-along trencher is designed for residential and short-run commercial service line work lines requiring trenches up to 6 inches wide and 30 inches deep.

Powered by a John Deere 110-hp turbocharged diesel engine, the DP-100 has the power to install utilities deeper, faster and more economically.

The Vermeer RTX750 is the newest addition to the series of utility installation machines featuring the innovative quad-track system.

The RT95 features a John Deere diesel engine that pumps out 99 gross hp.

The Astec RT460 trencher provides extra traction with its four-wheel drive axles with both front and rear limited-slip differentials.

The RT950 ride on trencher boasts a 99-hp Cummins engine with 5-hp bulge to increase performance and productivity of the tractor and attachments.

The Buckeye 9200 Magnum's 55,000 pounds build weight is tough enough to handle trenching chores from Fort St John, British Columbia to Texas and Oklahoma.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

In 1948, young inventor and entrepreneur Gary Vermeer founded a new company in a one room cement block building to produce a hoist device for lifting grain wagon boxes to make them easier to empty.

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