PERRY, OK- Some of the advancements of the new Ditch Witch RT45 ride-on trencher include a Tier 4i-compliant engine, improved air filtration, and new, easy-to-read gauges in the operator's station. Like the RT40, the new RT45 offers a choice of attachments, including a centerline or dual-position trencher, vibratory plow, rotary saw, combination trencher/plow, and backhoe.
The new, emissions-compliant engine is quiet, so the RT45 can be operated in noise-sensitive urban areas. The quiet engine also means improved operator comfort. Other operator-friendly features of the RT45 include a roomy operator's station, easy-to-read gauges, intuitive controls, easily accessible service points, and an engine exhaust pipe that diverts hot air and noise away from the operator.
But trencher performance is the signature of the new RT45. Its engine has more than enough power to get maximum productivity out of each attachment. For high-vibration applications, the RT45 can be equipped with an optional heavy-duty engine mount.