Ditch Witch releases vibratory plow

June 7, 2017 -  By
Photo: Ditch Witch

Photo: Ditch Witch

Ditch Witch unveiled its compact VP30 vibratory plow.

The VP30 is powered by a 31-hp Briggs and Stratton engine and features variable flow control. It has a maximum 12-inch plow depth and a 4.1-pound per square inch ground pressure for minimal lawn disruptions and reduced restoration work.

“The increasing demand for residential fiber installation puts pressure on operators to find an effective and efficient machine that keeps costs to a minimum,” said Chris Thompson, Ditch Witch product manager, Compact Equipment. “The new VP30 vibratory plow is our cost-effective solution for compact, residential installation projects. The machine keeps surface disruption to a minimum while featuring a low-maintenance design to keep operators profitable and productive.”

The vibratory plow features a hydrostatic, skid-steer-style steering for easier operation and easy-touch controls that reduce operator fatigue and enhance machine responsiveness, Ditch Witch said.

The VP30 is equipped with two adjustable blades—the pull blade and feed blade—which can be adjusted between 6 and 12 inches. Other options include four Ditch Witch plow blades. An optional reel carrier and RotoWitch boring attachment are also available.

 

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