October 2017 Vol. 72 No. 10


Versatile, Durable Family of Ditch Witch® Mini Skid Steers

The Capabilities Guide is a special advertising section in Underground Construction highlighting advertiser’s products and services.

The newly enhanced line of Ditch Witch® mini skid steers offers construction-grade durability and versatility to conquer a variety of complex landscape and irrigation jobs. The SK600, SK800, SK1050 and SK1550 units are equipped with powerful engines ranging from 24.8-hp to 44-hp, and offer up to 34.5-hp directed to the attachment, depending on the model.

Operators can effectively maintain hydraulic flow to the attachment with an easy-to-use auxiliary control foot pedal. The machines feature improved stability and deliver an unbeatably smooth ride, providing operators with enhanced comfort during long hours on the job. And, all models feature an ergonomic operator platform with dual-lever ground drive controls, allowing for precise mobility.

From small- to large-scale projects, the enhanced line of Ditch Witch mini skid steers provides power and productivity to complete a wide range of complex jobsite tasks. The compact, yet mighty SK600 features a narrow frame for easy maneuverability in tight spaces, while delivering maximum efficiency to the attachment. The company’s largest and most powerful mini skid steer model, the SK1550 has a leading 1,559-lb-rated operating capacity to lift heavier loads – more than 50 percent higher capacity than other mini skid steers in its size class. The SK1550 helps operators complete tasks typically suited for traditional skid steer loaders, including tree handling and sod transfer.

Leveraging the common look and feel of all construction-grade Ditch Witch compact equipment, the family of mini skid steers ease operator training and simplify maintenance, helping customers save time and money.

For more information, visit www.ditchwitch.com/mini-skid-steer.
Ditch Witch is a trademark of The Charles Machine Works, Inc.

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