Ditch Witch RT75 and RT95 Offer More Power, Less Maintenance
Better Roads Staff | March 31, 2008
PERRY, Oklahoma ” The Ditch Witch® line of downhole tools for directional drilling is the most comprehensive in the industry, made in the United States by The Charles Machine Works, Inc., manufacturer of Ditch Witch directional drilling systems and other underground construction equipment.
The Ditch Witch directional drilling product line is the only brand on the market that covers all major systems, including drilling unit, electronic guidance tools, vacuum systems, drill pipe, downhole tools (such as drilling bits and backreamers), and drilling fluid systems.
The Ditch Witch organization specializes in the design and manufacture of high-quality underground construction equipment. The company is a one-stop source for trenchers, vibratory plows, pneumatic piercing tools, backhoes, electronic guidance and locating tools, horizontal directional drilling systems, drill pipe, downhole tools, vacuum excavation systems, excavator-tool carriers, mini skid steers and pipe bursting equipment.
All of these products are recognized around the world for their advanced design, rugged construction, long-term durability, ease of use, and reliability. This product line represents the most complete range of equipment for installing utilities underground.
The Ditch Witch name is one you can trust for your equipment and financial needs. Ditch Witch Financial Services (DWFS) is a full-service provider, offering a wide variety of finance and lease options to meet your individual requirements. For more information, please call 1-800-654-6481 or visit ditchwitch.com.
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