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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 it can now be used for several excavation applications.
Hydro excavation is used for line, sign, and pole installation and location. It is also used for potholing or daylighting. It allows for less congestion and traffic in the excavation area because the equipment can be positioned at a distance.
By using hydro excavation for landscaping, accurate excavation is done so the surrounding soil is not disturbed. The soil stays compact and strong while the necessary removal and is completed.
Other applications include trenching, line locating, oil spill cleanup and disposal, and tank cleaning.
Interrupted utilities bring inconveniences and high costs. Hydro excavation does a better job of digging and can minimize unnecessary damages to underground pipes, lines, and cables. In turn, this eliminates the potential for expensive repairs and restorations. Less repairs means less time to get the job done.
Hydro excavation provides for better damage and safety control when compared with mechanical methods. Since it's accurate, it limits accidents and injuries for laborers as well as other people. With decreased safety risk, hydro excavation reduces insurance and liability costs.
Hydro excavation equipment combines high-pressure water and air vacuum. This non-destructive digging process cuts through the soil and breaks it up. The vacuum then lifts the dirt and debris from the excavation area and transferred to a debris tank. here.
In general, hydro excavation is a method that creates a better service for the customer. It is now the most preferred method of digging and often increases the company's reputability and profit.
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