CCT Underground LLC.

1911 Stout Field E Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46241 



Our Equipment

Lineward L2 Bore Machine

Line-Ward Corporation manufactures the L-2 vibratory plow. The major difference
between this four-wheel drive plow and the conventional plow is that the blade is located
in the center of the machine and it moves on tracks, not wheels. It will pull up to one and
a quarter-inch diameter pipe, burying depth of 13 inches or 16 inches with optional
blades. A variety of cutting blades and a boring attachment are also available for this
piece of machinery.

Vermeer Directional Drills

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Directional drills like the Vermeer 7X11 are used for underground installation of pipes, conduit, and any product that a person wants to be placed underground. Product can be placed precisely where it needs to be at almost any desired depth.

This type of underground installation allows for jobs to be completed faster and with maintaining the integrity of the premises. It is environmentally friendly, causing little to no disturbance to ponds, sidewalks, and roadways.

DigiTrak F2 Locating Equipment

This equipment is used to help locate underground pipes, conduit or anything that may be buried at a work site that our technicians are not aware of. The rods of the equipment are attached behind the drilling bit on the machines so that there is always knowledge of where the machine is actually drilling. The gauge is actually attached to the drilling rig to also help track where the bit is at all times

DigiTrak MARK VF5 Locating Equipment

The DigiTrak F5 has a 5 frequency capability to overcome passive and active interference. Two of the transmitters are dual frequency, allowing the drill operator to switch frequencies while the drill is still in the ground.

The Ditchwitch 100 SX Vibratory Plow/The Ditch Witch 255 SX Vibratory Plow and Boring Machine/The Ditch Witch Zahn Vibratory Plow with Boring attachment

The ditch witch equipment we use have the capability of plowing lines up to 12” in depth, as well as placement of PVC, underground lines, and conduit beneath obstacles such as sidewalks or driveways without disrupting the terrain. These machines are great for residential communication lines, construction maintenance in the telecommunication industry, as well as irrigation and many other services.

Lineward L1 Vibratory Plow and Boring Machine

The L1 vibratory plow stands out from other machine with its reciprocating blade that is located in the center of the machine. It comes with many blade attachments (pull, rip, root, feed) that can bury cable up to 12” depth and pull 1 ½” conduit. The L1 drives on tracks that are 7.5” by 13” for optimum traction with only 4.2 pounds per square inch ground pressure. All our L1’s are equipped with the bore attachment option which enables it to go beneath landscaping, sidewalks, and driveways without disrupting the terrain.

Maximum HP 23HP
Maximum plow depth 12”

The Vermeer LM42

With the LM42 we have the ability to handle a variety of job types. With the highest horsepower in its class, it can provide more power to each of its attachments allowing it
to bore the largest of driveways, bury up to an 18” consistent depth, and the bucket attachment also lends a hand with any small excavation needs. Its compact size allows
us to maneuver it in areas as small as 45 inches making the small installation projects
a breeze.  

Maximum HP 46HP
Maximum torque 96 ft-lb @ 1700 RPM
Maximum plow depth 18”

The Vermeer RTX 1250 Ride on Tractor

This is the largest of our vibratory plows burying up to a 42” consistent depth. It has the patent-pending quad track that distributes weight evenly for traction in virtually any soil conditions. With its 120 HP Cummins diesel engine it can reach 10.6 mph, making short of lengthy plow jobs. This also is equipt with the backhoe function to aid with any jobs excavating needs such as vault installation.  

Maximum HP 120 HP
Maximum torque 350 ft-lbs
Maximum speed 10.6 mph
Plow depth 42”
Maximum digging depth 107”

The Vermeer 7x11 Series II Directional Drill

The smallest of our directional drills is the 7x11. Its small width of only 35.3 inches is
ideal for small backyard access or smaller shots with little set up room. This machine
has an onboard water tank to provide easier set up in a tight location. It is equipped
with 300 ft of rods and several back reamers capable of pulling several types of product
up to 6” in diameter.

Thrust/pullback 7000 lbs
Torque 1100 ft-lbs
Minimum diameter 2.5”  

The Vermeer D16x20 & D20x22 Series II Navigator Horizontal Directional Drill

These machine’s powerful Kubota diesel engines on a compact frame allows us to complete the larger diameter bores in locations where limited space is a concern. They come with a rack containing 300 ft of bore rods with 500 ft back up supply to allow minimal set ups for maximum efficiency. They are also equipped with a variety of back reamers to pull back product up to 12” in diameter as well as the pioneer prospector rock hammer drilling system. All drills are equipped with the latest digitrak locating systems.

Thrust/pullback up to 20,000 lbs
Torque up to 2200 ft-lbs
Minimum diameter 3.5”  

Vermeer Hydro-Vac Systems

The hydro-vac systems are used to collect slurry mud behind directional drills, safely locating underground utility lines, vault installation, leaving the job as good as new after rehab is completed. It can also be used in performing industrial clean-up of man-holes, storm drain clean out, and have aided in the cleanup of natural disasters.

Model: E550
Manufacturer: Vermeer
Spoil Tank Capacity: 550 gal
Horsepower: 25 hp
Fuel: Gasoline
Displacement: 500 cfm
On Board Pressure Pump: 1,400 psi
Suction Hose Diameter: 3"
Empty Weight: 6,500 lb.
Dimensions: 19'6" x 7'7" x 8'2"  

Pioneer One Directional Drill Air Hammer

Pioneer directional drilling air hammers are designed to bore through difficult rock formations using a combination of thrust, pressure and rotation to chip and carve rock for a hole. Also available is a variety of custom-designed bits to match various ground conditions.

Air Compressors

Our line of air compressors are used to blow and flush existing conduit as well as blowing fiber into new conduit as well. We also use our compressors as an intricate part in our rock drilling process.


Our versatile fleet comes equipped with the state of the art water and mixing systems from 250 gallon to dual 750 gallon tanks. We also keep them stocked with all the necessary tools, equipment, and safety gear/devices necessary to complete the task at hand. All vehicles and drivers are IFTA and DOT compliant.

The Vermeer D24x40 Series II Navigator Horizontal Directional Drill

The 24x40 is said to be the most versatile machine in its class. With 24,000 lbs of thrust/pullback power, 4000 ft.-lbs. of rotational torque, and its 125HP diesel engine this machine can power its way thru nearly any obstacle that crosses its path. This machine, partnered with a 1500 gallon water and mixing system, a 500 ft. rack of bore rods (and 500ft back up), and the Vermeer Armor drilling system, has the ability to breeze through the long shots with minimal set ups or complications. The 24x40 is accompanied by a variety of back reamers to pull back multiple types of product up to 18” in diameter. This machine is also compatible with our Pioneer One rock hammer drilling system which can cut through over 250’ of hard rock such as blue granite in an 8 hour shift.

Thrust/pullback 24,000 lbs
Torque 4000 ft-lbs
Minimum diameter 3.5” 

New Holland Back Hoe

This back hoe/loader has several options to make light of any task. These options include the 24” extend-a-hoe option as well as the jack hammer attachment, and plate tamper to name a few. We keep a variety of equipment on every job site to assure the quality, safety, efficiency, and the ability to meet deadlines realistic in all situations.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.