03
Aug

Toro’s new TRX-250, TRX-300 walk-behind trenchers robotically modify to digging circumstances

Toro TRX-250

Toro has expanded its line of walk-behind trenchers with the TRX-250 and TRX-300 fashions, which function expertise that robotically diverts hydraulic movement from the traction motors to the ditch motor when larger torque is required when trenching.

Referred to as Intelli-Trench, the system means the operator doesn’t must continually modify the traction deal with, as a result of the system matches hydraulic movement to the digging circumstances and speeds trenching instances, Toro says. The system additionally reduces observe put on and supplies for extra environment friendly engine operation.

Each trenchers are 82.5 inches lengthy, 33.Eight inches broad and 46 inches tall. They’ve a floor clearance of 4.3 inches.

Toro TRX-300

The tracks are designed for a low middle of gravity and a big footprint for stability, maneuverability and diminished turf harm. Toro enhanced the growth hydraulics for smoother up and down motion.

Toro additionally streamlined the controls to make them simpler to function. Controls embody a trencher valve deal with, growth carry lever and impartial left- and right-track traction management. The corporate says the trenchers had been designed with fewer elements than earlier fashions to make upkeep less complicated.

The TRX-250 runs on a 24.5-horsepower Toro engine and has a max ahead velocity of two.4 mph. The TRX-300 has a 26.5-horsepower Kohler EFI (digital gas injection) engine and a 2.3 mph max ahead velocity. Each engines have 4.Eight-gallon capacities.