Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Digga trencher: Bigfoot vs Hydrive

Diggas range of trenchers are ideal for digging trenches for pipes, road repairs and general construction.

The range includes the mini trencher, Bigfoot trenchers and Hydrive trenchers and every model ins manufactured in-house to the highest industry quality at our facility in Queensland, Australia. They feature an Eaton motor and Digga made gearbox enquiring reliability and performance, but how do you know which trencher is suitable for you?

Here we go over the key differences between the Bigfoot and the Hydrive and machine suitability.                                                                       


Bigfoot Trencher
  • Ideal for inexperienced or experienced operators.
  • The Bigfoot trencher has a skid foot which makes getting the correct consistent depth easier. The foot has 3 or 4 pre-set depth settings dependent on the model.
  • The Bigfoot has 1 spoil auger. All spoil is extracted to one side of the trench leaving one side clear to work. 
  • 100mm to 200mm chain cut width with 1.654" pitch 
  • 150mm to 300mm chain cut width with 2" pitch 
  • Available for mini loaders, skid steers, telehandlers, tractors, backhoes and excavators up to 8 tonne. Not suitable for 3pt linkage.

Hydrive Trencher
  • Ideal for experienced operators and operators who trench for a living. 
  • The Hydrive trencher has no skid foot, instead it has a spoil auger on each side. This helps clear the trench of spoil more efficiently, leaving the trencher to do more cutting and less clearing.
  • The Hydrive features a 3 point drive system with the motor sitting in the highest sprocket well out of the dirt.
  • Due to the 3 point drive system the chain is never in contact with the boom reducing drag and resulting in increased efficiency. 
  • 100mm to 300mm chain cut width with 1.654" pitch 
  • 150mm to 350mm chain cut width with 2" pitch 
  • Recommended for use on skid steer loaders, track loaders, tractors, backhoes and excavators up to 8 tonne. 

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