Looking for Hydro Excavation in New Jersey-New York?

Also known as ‘potholing’, ‘vacuum excavation’ or ‘non-destructive digging (NDD)’, the process is using pressurised water or air to safely excavate a concentrated area in order to reveal the location and depths of existing underground services.

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Hydro-Excavating uses a high pressure water and vacuum source to excavate varying types of soil, working well in applications where the ground is hard or compacted. Hydro-Excavating is commonly used for pot holing, slot-trenching and pipe location. This method of excavation is less evasive, therefore causing less damage to buried fiber optic lines, cables, gas lines or other utilities.

Hydro Excavation is a safe, non-destructive digging technology for contractors, utilities, public authorities and industrial facilities. Underground is crowded with pipes, ducts, sewers, water pipes, electrical cables, fibre optics and phone lines. All are vying for space and, increasingly, are being laid in multi-utility trenches.

Our vacuum excavation equipment uses pressurised water and a powerful vacuum to remove any type of ground condition. The hydroexcavation system eliminates the risk of damaging existing underground infrastructure.

Uses of the Hydro Excavation technology include:

Utilities, Locate & Repair, Light and telephone pole bases, Entry and exit pits for no-dig technology, Drilling mud removal, Facility maintenance, Street Ironwork, Sewer maintenance, Pumping Stations, Hard to reach areas, Internal Excavations, Grit and Ballast removal, Industrial Cleanup

Hydro Excavation is quicker and safer than hand digging with a much smaller hole size and hence smaller reinstatement costs.

Why Use Hydro-Excavation?

Hydro-excavation is the SAFEST process to identified buried underground services. This process is endorsed by the major infrastructure owners and is the preferred method of identifying existing underground services.

It reduces the need for workers to be in the excavation hence eliminating accidental line damage and trench cave-ins.  

Gone are the days of mechanical and manual excavation for identifying services. Damage caused to existing services via this means can cause serious injury and sometimes death, not to mention the damage cost which can total millions of dollars if due cause is not taken.

Hydro-excavation avoids risk and damage to line casings and pipe coatings. The process allows for the exposure of ‘live operational’ buried lines and is very efficient when comparing with traditional methods of exposing buried services.

The hydro-excavation process is a very clean, precise and efficient method of digging. Less material removal means less disruption to the surrounding environment and less concern for erosion control measures. Spoil and debris is safely stored onboard the self contained tank for removal off-site to an approved location.

Inconvenience to the public is minimised as disruptions from service outages, unsightly dirt piles and without the need to leave deep holes open, public safety is no longer an issue. 

All in all, hydro-excavation is the SAFE, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY and EFFICIENT means of visually identifying existing buried underground services.

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