When you need a walk-behind trencher for rent, you can count on United Rentals to be your supplier. Walk-behind trenchers are a type of small trenching machine that can be used for a variety of purposes. Popular for their maneuverability and versatility, they are often used to install underground utilities, such as water and sewer lines. They can also be used to dig trenches for foundations or landscaping. Choose from top brands such as Vermeer and Ditch Witch for high-quality options. These trenchers feature wheel or track-based navigation and range from 5 horsepower to 27 horsepower, ideal for anyone looking to complete smaller jobs. Let United Rentals be your go-to for walk-behind trencher rentals.
FAQs About Walk-behind Trenchers
How do you operate a walk-behind trencher?
- Operating a walk-behind trencher requires several detailed steps from ground preparation to safety tips and precautions. We encourage you to always consult the equipment user manual and apply the appropriate safety measures prior to operation. However, if you still need assistance, feel free to browse informational articles on our Project Uptime site or contact your local United Rentals branch to speak with a specialist.
How much does it cost to rent a walk-behind trencher?
- The cost of a walk-behind trencher rental will vary based on the model, size-,- and United Rentals location you rent from. Enter your location to see rental rates in your area.
Can you trench frozen ground with a walk-behind trencher?
- Typically walk-behind trench diggers do not have the horsepower or torque for trenching frozen ground. Ride-on trenchers are the standard for frost-covered ground. If it is a light frost and the soil underneath is soft, a walk-behind trencher with a pointed carbide blade will be able to break up the frost. However, a walk-behind trencher may take a long time and be insufficient. See the operator’s manual and manufacturer specifications for digging depth limits.