RTX150 Pedestrian Trencher Features Easy to Operate Steering System

Vermeer’ pedestrian trenchers are specifically for utility contractors and rental outlets to assist in the installation of electric lines, gas lines, irrigation lines and drainage tiles.

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The RTX150 is the newest member in the Vermeer line of pedestrian trenchers designed specifically for rental outlets and utility contractors to assist in the installation of electric lines, gas lines, irrigation lines and drainage tiles.

Powered by a 20-hp (14.9 kW) Kohler gas engine, the RTX150 offers 68 percent greater torque than lower horse-powered models for increased digging performance up to a maximum digging depth of 36 inches.

Interchangeable tires or tracks allow you to adapt the RTX150 to the jobsite conditions. The tracks oscillate up to 20 degrees for increased traction on uneven ground and ease of loading and unloading.

The RTX150 features the exclusive and intuitive Vermeer VZ steering system that allows the operator to steer the machine by applying light pressure to the handlebars. This system eliminates the need for additional steering levers or wheels at the operator's station. Its zero-turning radius will even counter rotate from a stationary position.

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