Toro: TRX series walk-behind trenchers

April 10, 2013 -  By
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Toro has upgraded its compact equipment line with the new TRX-16 (pictured) and TRX-20 walk-behind trenchers, replacing the TRX-15 and TRX-19 models. Along with the Toro TRX-26 model, these gas-powered machines make trenching easier with a tracked design and operator-friendly controls. The new models are equipped with powerful 4-cycle Kawasaki twin-cylinder engines with a large oil reservoir to help maintain low engine temperature and prolong engine life. Delivering 10 gpm of hydraulic flow at 2,900 psi to the boom helps maximize digging efficiency. Each unit is also equipped with a standard hydraulic oil cooler that provides a cooler running machine in the most demanding conditions. Engineered with a low-profile tracked design, the Toro TRX models provide a low center of gravity for performance on a wide range of ground conditions. Tracks help the operator maneuver over perpendicular trenches effortlessly, where wheeled units may get stuck in the existing trench. The Toro TRX trenchers can be outfitted with a 24-, 36- or 48-in. boom. All three models offer chain widths of 4 or 6 in., and the TRX-26 has an additional 8-in. chain configuration. Available accessories include a backfill blade, a boring attachment and a custom TRX trailer.

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