Amidst a plethora of product introductions during the company's 60th-anniversary celebrations, Vermeer introduced the 67-net-horsepower RTX750 underground installation machine with a specialized undercarriage system accommodating either quad rubber tracks or tires.
The RTX750 is the newest addition to Vermeer’s utility installation product lineup to feature the quad-track system, designed to maximize tractive effort and stability by maintaining constant four-point ground contact and providing full power to all four tracks.
The crawler-type Bron 150, equipped with an offsetting vibratory plow, is designed for the installation of fiber optics, copper cable, conduit and pipe at working depth up to 60 inches.
The newest and most compact current model in the Brokk demolition robot family, the remote-controlled Brokk 50 weighs 1,050 pounds and, at a width of 24 inches, can fit through standard doors and fit in most elevators.
An addition to the Ditch Witch product line, the 420sx provides a dedicated ride-on lawn plow in a pedestrian-size package. For ease of operation, the console of the Ditch Witch 420sx moves with the operator when the frame articulates, so the controls are always in the same position in relation to the operator.