HDD Advisor is a free, industry-leading tool that allows you to design the optimal tooling configuration for your directional drill.
From the compact JT5 to the heavy-duty JT100, there’s an unbeatably efficient Ditch Witch directional drill for every type of jobsite and installation.
Offering 9,000 lb (40 kN) of pullback force in its sturdy yet compact frame, the JT9 combines the simplicity and easy operation of smaller horizontal directional drills with the advanced features of bigger drilling machines—like a heavy-duty anchor system, open-top vise wrenches and an integrated remote display.
The JT20 lets you do more so you can make more. With plenty of power packed into a compact size and new features like an easy-to-use carve mode and time-saving LCD display, the JT20 helps you work faster so you can tackle more jobs. More productivity. More profits. You asked for it. And you got it with the JT20.
Our customers wanted more power to perform all functions at once. Both the JT30 and its counterpart, the JT30 All Terrain, are the most powerful and quietest drills in their class—by a long shot.
Built from direct customer feedback and input, the Ditch Witch JT40 is a complete re-imagination of industry-leading horizontal directional drill (HDD) units. Designed with next-generation enhancements, the machine features several new patents to optimize performance, productivity and operator comfort.
With the new JT60 horizontal directional drill, you’ll recognize many of the features you’ve grown to appreciate: the proven, intuitive electronics and the rugged and reliable undercarriage, to name two.
JT60 All Terrain
Equipped with many standard, field-proven features such as simplified electronics and a powerful undercarriage, while offering exceptional rotational torque, thrust and pullback.
TK RECON™ Series HDD Guidance System
The TK RECON Series offers improved radio performance with increased interference immunity and faster information transfer so you can be more productive.
TMS Plus provides everything you need to plan the bore, monitor real-time progress, and print a survey.