Ditch Witch’s new HX30G is a lower-cost vacuum excavator constructed for day by day use
Ditch Witch designed its new HX30G vacuum excavator as a lower-cost different for contractors on small to mid-sized excavation jobs and for day by day use.
It has an Eight-foot-wide body for working in city or congested areas. It may also be utilized in height-restricted areas, with a top of as much as 85 inches, but nonetheless keep sufficient floor clearance to keep away from obstacles, the corporate says. Together with excavation, it may be used for cleanup of nonhazardous supplies.
It runs on a 31-horsepower Vanguard gasoline engine. The vacuum excavator is supplied with a blower delivering as much as 542 cubic toes per minute of air stream, water stress of 3,000 kilos per sq. inch and water stream of 4.2 gallons per minute.
An optionally available jib growth provides the widest vary of movement within the trade, the corporate says. A hose restraint retains the hose from leaping. The hose will be saved flat and straight contained in the body when not in use.
The HX30G comes with both a 500- or 800-gallon tank. With the 500-gallon tank, the excavator will be hauled with a Ditch Witch VT9 trailer while not having a CDL. Different trailer choices embrace these with GVWRs of 12,000, 14,000 and 20,000 kilos. All the trailers are NATM compliant, Ditch Witch says.