HX Vacuum Excavators

Ditch Witch

March 7, 2018 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo of HX30 vacuum excavator courtesy of Ditch Witch</em></p>

Ditch Witch’s new HX-Series of vacuum excavators are designed for a wide range of applications, from compact, urban projects to large-scale excavation, potholing, slot trenching, and microtrenching.

A compact footprint and low profile design allow for easy navigation on any jobsite without compromising ground clearance.

The three models — HX30, HX50 and HX75 — each feature outstanding suction and water pressure, a patent-pending design for optimized air flow, and a standard, cyclonic three-stage filtration system.

The vacuum excavators are equipped with Kubota Tier 4 final engines, providing a range of 24.8-, 49- and 74-hp to the HX30, HX50, and HX75 respectively. The three units provide more fuel capacity than each of their predecessors for longer job durations. And, advanced sound-reducing technology creates minimal disturbance in noise-sensitive areas and contributes to superior operator comfort.

Tank options include a choice of a 500- or 800-gallon debris tank to meet the requirements of any sized cleanup. And, each is available in a standard or heavy package with various freshwater tank sizes and trailer weights depending on jobsite needs, and can be configured with an optional power boom or jib boom.

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