RTX200 Trencher

Whether it’s electric lines, water lines or other utility installation jobs, the RTX200 pedestrian trencher can handle the tough challenges on your jobsite. Because of the intuitive and enhanced VZ steering capabilities, the operator can work through difficult and uneven terrains. The RTX200 is equipped with a 20.5 hp (15.3 kW) Kohler engine to provide high-powered digging torque and a maximum trenching depth of 36” (91.4 cm). At 35” (88.9 cm) wide, this unit is able to fit through tight spaces such as a typical backyard gate. Offered with the option of tires or tracks, this machine can handle a variety of terrains and jobsites.  

Features and benefits

  • The tandem effort of a heavy-duty hydraulic oil cooler and large reservoir help manage system temperature to enhance performance and reliability.
  • Optimized hydraulic components, including pumps and motors, are designed and configured to maximize power to the digging chain.
  • Optional tracks oscillate up to 20 degrees for increased traction on uneven ground and ease of loading/unloading.
  • Standard electric start is accessed from the operator’s station.
  • See your Vermeer dealer for comprehensive service and genuine Vermeer replacement parts.
Vermeer Corporation reserves the right to make changes in engineering, design, and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing at any time without notice or obligation. Equipment shown is for illustrative purposes only and may display optional or global-region specific features, accessories or components. Please contact your local Vermeer dealer for more information on machine specifications. Vermeer, the Vermeer logo, Equipped to Do More and Navigator are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the U.S. and/or other countries © 2016 Vermeer Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
Length (Tractor with Tires) 83 in 210.8 cm
Width (Over Rubber Tracks) 35 in 88.9 cm
Width (Over Rubber Tires) 35 in 88.9 cm
Height 46 in 116.8 cm
Weight (Tractor with Tires) 940 lbs 426.4 kg
Make and Model Kohler CH640
Fuel Type Gasoline
Horsepower at Maximum RPM (Gross) 20.5 hp 15.3 kw
Displacement 41.1 cu-in .7 L
Cooling Medium Forced air
Aspiration Natural
Attachment Pump Relief Pressure (Trencher/Forward) 2500 psi 172.4 bar
Ground Drive Pump Relief Pressure Forward/Reverse 2400 psi 165.5 bar
Ground Drive Pump gpm at Maximum Engine RPM 5.4 gpm 20.4 L/min
Hydraulic Supply Filter Rating 100 mesh strainer
Attachment Pump gpm at Maximum Engine RPM 10.3 gpm 39 L/min
Hydraulic Return Filter Rating 3 micron
Fuel Tank 2.5 gal 9.5 L
Hydraulic Tank 10.8 gal 40.7 L
Hydraulic System 11.3 gal 42.6 L
Engine Oil .5 gal 1.9 L
Ground Drive Type Hydrostatic
Clutch Type none
Maximum Forward Transport Speed at Full Throttle 3.1 mph 5 km/h
Maximum Reverse Transport Speed at Full Throttle 1 mph 1.6 km/h
Vermeer Corporation reserves the right to make changes in engineering, design, and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing at any time without notice or obligation. Equipment shown is for illustrative purposes only and may display optional or global-region specific features, accessories or components. Please contact your local Vermeer dealer for more information on machine specifications. Vermeer, the Vermeer logo, Equipped to Do More and Navigator are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the U.S. and/or other countries © 2016 Vermeer Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Cut clean trenches the size you need.

Model Name TR200
Drive Type Hydraulic motor
Length (Minimum Transport) 89 in 226.1 cm
Maximum Trench Depth 36 in 91.4 cm
Maximum Trench Width 6 in 15.2 cm
Minimum Trench Width 4 in 10.2 cm

Videos

RTX200 Pedestrian Trencher

Whether it’s electric lines, water lines or other utility installation jobs, the RTX200 pedestrian trencher can handle the tough challenges on your jobsite. Because of the intuitive and enhanced VZ steering capabilities, the operator can work through difficult and uneven terrains.

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RTX200 Action 1

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