Used for laying of copper and optic fibre cable over any distance, plough trenching is a surface trenching process in which the surface structure is ‘pre-ripped’ (creating the trench), the cable is positioned and the trench is back-filled.
Plough trenching is used in contracts where it is deemed there be no environmental impact and where little or no infrastructure exists ensuring that there are no surface or traffic structures which may be disrupted.
JR & LM Trackson optic fibre plough dozers have accredited ‘zero tensioners’ and all equipment is suitable for transport to and use in remote areas.
JR & LM Trackson undertake general trenching work for contracts requiring long distance and/or heavy duty trenches in situations where there are no existing services.
General trenches can be dug up to 1.8m deep and up to 300mm wide.
Tough standards, versatile options. The V8550A has the features you need to take on demanding jobs – an uncompromising 90 HP (67 kw) Cummins engine, a back fill blade with floating position, patented creep-override, and automatic ground-drive for back-filling and transport.
Add to this a large fuel tank for hours of uninterrupted production, planetary axles and many other features, and you’ll see why the V8550A is your tough work solution for trenching.
This trencher is capable of a maximum depth of 1.7m and various trench widths
We also have various Dingoes with different attachments and a Bobcat with all the standard attachments
Other Trenching Capabilities
We are also capable off trenching with convectional machinery such as Bobcats and Dingoes From large trench jobs to small ones our company has the right machinery to perform any task our customer my require.
By Ken Wilder