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Toro DD4050 Horizontal Directional Drill

The newest addition to the Toro horizontal directional drill (HDD) product line—the DD4050—features 5,000 lb.-ft. of rotary torque

October 13, 2015

The newest addition to the Toro horizontal directional drill (HDD) product line—the DD4050—features 5,000 lb.-ft. of rotary torque, new guarding around the stake-down area to provide an enhanced vantage point to the pipe-entry area, and Toro’s Drill Operating System (TDOS 1). The operator can control and monitor all functions of the drill head from the integrated LCD display. The TDOS 1, says Toro, provides streamlined drill controls for increased load/unload cycle speed and allows monitoring of  all key drilling parameters, including rotation speed, engine rpm, thrust, torque, drilling fluid flow/pressure, drill idle time and total engine hours. The DD4050 is available with an optional enclosed, climate-controlled operator’s cab..

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