Fx20 VACUUM EXCAVATION SYSTEM

Take it into inner cities, take it into residential areas, alleyways or any other tight space. Because even if your space is limited, with the Ditch Witch FX20 Vacuum Excavation System, your options aren't. Its designed for a variety of small excavation and vacuum applications where bigger Vacs just can’t go. It can be mounted on the back of a pick-up, a truck or trailer. No other compact Vacuum Excavation System on the market is more capable, more versatile, more portable, or more affordable.

Basic Specifications

  • Engine: 25.5hp Kohler/Lombardini Diesel or 27hp Kohler Petrol
  • Vacuum Tank: 150 Gallons
  • Water Tank: 80 Gallons
  • Suction: 540 cfm
  • Water Pump Flow: 2.6 gpm
  • Water Pump Pressure: 3000 psi
FX30 VACUUM EXCAVATION SYSTEM

Simply put, the FX30 is the quietest, most productive and most versatile Vacuum Excavation System on the market. It is equipped with a choice of 2 tank sizes, a lengthy list of standard features and more than enough water pressure and suction to perform a myriad of clean-up and soft excavation tasks.

Basic Specifications

  • Engine: 26hp Kubota Diesel
  • Vacuum Tank: 500 or 800 Gallons
  • Water Tank: 80, 200 or 300 Gallons
  • Suction: 500 cfm
  • Water Pump Flow: 4.2 gpm
  • Water Pump Pressure: 3000 psi
FX50 VACUUM EXCAVATION SYSTEM

The Ditch Witch® FX50 vacuum excavator has the power and functionality to do it all, from potholing to cleanup of all types of spills, HDD fluids, and jobsite debris. Featuring as standard, reverse flow and outstanding suction and water pressure, the 49-hp FX50 is as versatile as it is powerful, and can be configured with your choice of water tanks, spoils tanks, and options such as a hydraulic boom and hydraulic valve exerciser. The FX50 is with you every step of the job

Basic Specifications

  • Engine: 49hp Deutz Diesel
  • Vacuum Tank: 300, 800 or 1,200 Gallons
  • Water Tank: 200 or 300 Gallons
  • Suction: 1,020 cfm
  • Water Pump Flow: 5.1 gpm
  • Water Pump Pressure: 3500 psi
DITCH WITCH SAFE - VACS

Ditch Witch vacs have safety requirements of their own, but they are also employed for one of the most critical safety precautions of any utility installation: potholing. By potholing, or using high-pressure water to expose buried utility lines, you can safely verify the location of the lines around which the digging or drilling operation will take place.