Dig deep, an impressive 5 feet deep with Baumalight’s TN560 Trencher for skidsteer. Ideal or landscapers or contractors who need to safely bury gas lines, electrical line, plumbing or drainage lines, the Bamalight TN560 will cut trenches up to 60” deep and between 6” to 10” wide, getting you far underground and below the frost line. The TN560 trencher is powered by a planetary drive system. With no roller chain to worry about, the planetary drive unit delivers hydraulic power directly to the sprocket of the digging chain for optimal trenching performance.
The TN560 can be mounted to skidsteers between 3000 and 7000 lbs.
Baumalight Trenchers are designed with a convenient side auger. The side auger keeps the dirt clear from the trenching action but still near the trench when it’s time for back filling.
The Trencher has a crumb scraper bar as standard equipment, this helps to scrape and sweep extra dirt and debris into the chain where it is lifted out of the trench. The heavy construction and hinged design mean that the scraper performs no matter what depth of trench you are digging.
The sealed drive keeps the dirt out and the trencher going. The compact and stron g planetary drive unit delivers the hydraulic power directly to the sprocket of the digging chain for good digging performance. There are no roller chains that jump or stretch. Maximum torque transfer. The motor is mounted directly in-line with the main sprocket.
The Baumalight Trencher’s heavy duty nose is precision machined from a piece of solid steel. It runs freely on dual tapered roller bearings to deal with the extreme forces of trenching.
Dirt is the enemy of all bearings. A precision machined washer protects the bearings from rocks and dirt. This initial barricade is reinforced by the rubber seal on the bearings, finishing the job is the easily accessible grease fitting which keeps the bearings lubricated and protected from moisture and keeps our nose running freely.
Adjusting the chain tension with a couple of pumps. The grease cylinder tensioner allows you to adjust the tension of the chain quickly with only a grease gun. By applying grease to an internal cylinder the roller nose is pushed forward taking the slack out of the chain. What could be a long frustrating process is now a few quick pumps.
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|Mount||Mini skindsteer||Universial skidsteer||Universial skidsteer||Universial skidsteer||Universial skidsteer|
|Trencher Width||4" to 6"||4" to 6"||6" to 10"||6" to 10"||6" to 10"|
|Main shaft size||2-9/16" solid hardened steel||2-9/16" solid hardened steel||2-9/16" solid hardened steel||2-9/16" solid hardened steel||Hex solid hardened steel|
|Over torque protection||Hydraulic relief||Hydraulic relief||Hydraulic relief||Hydraulic relief||Hydraulic relief|
|Horse Power (HP)||40 - 100||40 - 100||40 - 100||40 - 100||40 - 100|
|Min. / Max. GPM Skidsteer||10 to 20||10 to 20||12 to 25||12 to 25||20 to 42|
|Min. / Max. GPM Tractor/Excavator||N/A||15 to 21||18 to 25||22 to 25||28 to 42|
|Weight||810 lbs.||850 lbs.||1,250 lbs.||1,500 lbs.||1,800 lbs.|
The included chain is equipped with Hardened and reinforced cup style cutting teeth. Optional and replacement chains are available in 6", 8" and 10" widths. Depending on your trenching needs a bullet style tooth is also available for rocky soil conditions. Contact us for help picking your chain size and teeth style and configuration.
|DESCRIPTION||CHAIN OPTION||WEIGHT (Lbs)|
|60“ x 6" Standard cup tooth chain||S6006||1375|
|60“ x 8" Standard cup tooth chain||S6008||1386|
|60“ x 10" Standard cup tooth chain||S6010||1397|
|60“ x 6” 50/50 rock & cup tooth chain||M6006||1412|
|60“ x 8” 50/50 rock & cup tooth chain||M6008||1419|
|60“ x 10” 50/50 rock & cup tooth chain||M6010||1441|
|2021-04-02||Canadian public holiday - Do not count this as a production day|