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Category: Building

How Is Hydro Excavation Used?

Underground facilities and subsurface utilities are almost always needed for construction. Excavation to lay these utilities is not an easy job and has a lot of risks. The existence of hydro excavation has considerably lessened these risks and can now be used for several excavation applications. Hydro excavation is used for line, sign, and pole […]
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What Are The Benefits Of Hydro Excavation?

Hydro excavation brings a number of benefits to the industrial excavation world. It is now the most preferred method of digging because of its efficient and accurate results. The primary benefit of hydro excavation is that it provides for better damage and safety control when compared with mechanical methods. Since it’s accurate, it limits accidents […]
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What Is Hydro Excavation?

Hydro Excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. Hydro Excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. An air conveyance or vacuum is then used to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank. This allows for a non-destructive and more accurate way to excavate […]
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Does Hydro Excavation Work For Remote Digging?

Some heavy equipment have a hard time getting into excavation sites so other methods are used. Yes! Excavation is often difficult in remote areas. Heavy equipment (like a backhoe) has a hard time getting to the excavation site. Pushing through could mean damaging the surroundings and unwanted congestion in the area. In every excavation job, […]
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What Is “Daylighting”?

Daylighting is an important aspect of detection and diagnostics. Daylighting is also known as Potholing. “Daylighting” (also known as “Potholing”) is the process of digging a test hole to expose underground facilities and check for cracks, leaks, or any other damage. Industrial, commercial and residential sites all need to periodically “daylight” their facilities to properly […]
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What Is “Slot Trenching?”

Slot Trenching is an updated method of digging narrow trenches and installing equipment in a much safer and more accurate method. The purpose of “slot trenching” is to dig narrow trenches. This is commonly needed for installing pipes, cables, signs, posts, and other utilities underground. Because only narrow trenches are needed, Hydro Excavation provides a […]
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Does The Supply Hose Quality Matter?

The quality of supply hose used matters to every part of the jetting process. It goes without saying a quality supply hose. According to Cleaner Magazine, “The lightweight JM-1000 Mini-Jet clears grease, sand and ice from small lines, sinks and laundry drains with high-pressure, wall-to-wall water spray. The compact, powerful unit clears clogs with 1,500 […]
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