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The TRENCH'N edge Trencher

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Here are some pictures of the TRENCH'N edge Trencher in action at several job sites around the world.
The first picture is installing SDI lines in Berri, Australia.
The second picture is installing KISS water systems in San Antonio, Texas.
The third is installing traditional spray irrigation lines at Indian Hills Golf Club near Stillwater, Minnesota.
Visit our website for more information on the TRENCH'N edge Trencher and to watch the trencher at work in one of our several videos.

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If you slip while pulling that thing backwards, will that type blade do damage to your legs?
That looks like a really nice machine!
I thought it was self propelled?
The current TRENCH'N Edge Trenchers that we sell are not self propelled, we have a self propelled model in development and you can see one of the test runs on youtube.
If you slip while pulling that thing backwards, will that type blade do damage to your legs?
The TRENCH'N edge Trencher has several safety features to protect the operator:
There are guards around the whole machine to keep any body parts away from the blade
The blade is fully covered
The handle on the front wheel acts as a brake
The unit also has a saftey kill switch on the handle in addition the unit is not self propelled therefore if you stop pulling it the blade will just spin in the hole.
For more information visit our website at
i think that i would hook it to my mower and pull it.
I bought one last year. I LOVE IT. I have done many irrigation installs, and it never lets me down, we have solid soil. very much cley. It zips right through it. Tree roots are a breeze. I once hit a solid water shut off valve. The machine jumpes 3" and broke one of the teeth off. Two new shear bolts and I was back in business.
Great machine Pat.
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