BAINTER BOOM TRENCHERS
Sales and Parts
Cell: (785) 657-7127
832 9th Street / PO Box 752
Hoxie, KS 67740
I began working for Wes Bainter (the inventor of the Bainter Boom Trencher) and Bainter Construction in early 2007. I went directly into manufacturing and production of the Trencher, which at that time, was not aggressively promoted because of the popularity and demand for his hydraulic bin jacking systems, that kept two shops running full time. We built trenchers on an order basis or whenever there was a bit of a lull in jack production.
The trencher was originally designed to cut circular footings for the bins that were being erected using his jacking system. To accomplish this task they knew that the stinger, or Boom (hence the name) would have to run in a basically vertical position and that the operator would have to be able to see where they were trenching, driving forward was the best option. It started with a self propelled model, but production cost ran to high. Wes came up with the novel idea of a skid steer attachment (most all bin builders had a skid steer) that would be pushed in front of instead of being dragged backwards, like all other models were. Through trial and error and many tests the Bainter Boom Trencher was born. In 2006 a patent was issued. During 2010 Wes turned all trencher production over to me. We made a few changes to the frame that made production easier and more efficient, and allowed it to fit virtually all makes and models of skid steers and track loaders.
In January of 2018 we purchased the company and it's patent. We have started to actively advertise and promote, what we feel is the most highly productive, versatile trenching attachment on the market today.
Like Wes, I was born and raised on a farm where you figure out solutions when a problem arises, you fix things that need to be fixed and realize that down time is a huge expense. We know how valuable your time is. Our trencher and other products that are in the works, will always be built with the highest quality in materials and workmanship. We constantly update to compensate for the size and horsepower that the new track loaders are producing.
Keep an eye on our website for new skid steer attachments to come in the future.
Thank you for your interest in our products. Please call us with any questions you have. We are very proud of our machines and our commitment to our past, present and future customers.
Thank you again,
Duane Wente II
Bainter Boom Trenchers, LLC