Trencher Tatu 1100 - Self-propelled

The Tatu 1100 is a high efficiency trencher for soil excavation for use in construction and irrigation systems.

The Trencher Tatu 1100 was developed for the formation of trenches with dimensions of up to 200 mm in diameter and 1000 mm deep in the ground, operating with a blade system on its cutting surface with a chain system, causing the trencher to work continuously in different types of soil.

With its self-propelled system, it is easy to move this trencher into the workplace, with a control panel and operator support, making it easy to operate it.

This Trencher was produced with a reinforced structure for longer durability and relying on the technology of a Honda engine to last for years.


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Trencher Tatu 1100 - Self-propelled
Reinforced structure for continuous operation
Reinforced structure for continuous operation
Support for the operator
Support for the operator
Soil escavation system
Soil escavation system
Trencher controle panel
Trencher controle panel
Easy to operate and transport design
Easy to operate and transport design
Easy operation on work site
Easy operation on work site
Formation of trenches of up to 1000 mm depth
Formation of trenches of up to 1000 mm depth
Easy depth configuration
Easy depth configuration
Reinforced structure
Reinforced structure
Compacto design
Compacto design

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Technical specifications

Trencher Tatu 1100 - Self-propelled
Model: Tatu 1100
Power rating: 20 HP
Trench depth: 1000 mm
Trench width: 200 mm

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