Dingo Trencher

The Trench Cleaner (commonly known as a crumber bar) comes standard on all trenchers and will save you a lot of time by dragging along the bottom of the trench ensuring that the bottom of the trench is clean.

Without this trench cleaner the overburden tends to fall back into the hole and will ensure that you don’t need to dig at 700mm depth to get a 600mm hole.

 

Used For: Digging trenches in soil, clay, sand, rock and shale. 

Used By: Contractors, Plumbers, Landscapers, Electricians and Hire Companies. 

Used With: Trencher Cleaner (Crumber Bar), Adapter Kits, Blade, Turf Cutter and Under Road Borer.

But what makes a Dingo such a good trenching machine? 

HYDRAULIC PUMP SYSTEM

HYDRAULIC PUMP SYSTEM

Dingo’s advanced multi pump hydraulic system allows for 95% of the Dingo’s oil to be passed directly to the trencher, with the flow divider (trenching valve) controlling the remaining 5% to the wheels optimising trenching power and wheel speed.

This configuration ensures excessive oil temperature is avoided which in turn maintains the viscosity of the oil and its ability to transfer power to the trencher.

UNIQUE PART COMBINATION

UNIQUE PART COMBINATION

Trenchers aren’t Trenchers. We build our own trenching attachment with a unique drive sprocket, boom and nose roller combination. Unlike trenching attachments that are ‘one size fits all’ for a range of machine brands, our trencher is designed to compliment the Dingo perfectly. This means that it trenches faster, maintains consistent depth and is less likely to stall.

EFFICIENT TRENCHING MACHINE

EFFICIENT TRENCHING MACHINE

Dingo recognises that the most efficient trenching machines use better quality chains with more teeth. This number of cutting teeth, combined with the correct chain speed, allows for the best and most efficient cut possible.

Dingo applies this knowledge to give you the best trenching machine available. Other manufacturers save money by utilising fewer teeth and then try to compensate with speed.

In doing so they only do injustice to the result required, with teeth doing more bouncing than cutting and the increased speed reducing torque making the trencher more inclined to stall.

STANDARD CHAIN/DINGOS CHAIN

STANDARD CHAIN/DINGOS CHAIN