Are you preparing for an upcoming project that involves digging holes, removing liquids, or removing solid wastes? Have you been looking for techniques and strategies that are safer and more efficient than what you have used in the past? If you are, hydro excavation could be what you have been looking for. Hydro excavation continues to be one of the preferred choices for create holes and remove wastes. You can safely excavate utilities with hydro excavation.
Hydro Excavation: What is it?
If you have used traditional digging practices for a number of years, you have seen your share of heavy machinery and shovels. While you may be very familiar with the equipment and tools, they are not as accurate as you would expect them to be. Also, heavy machinery and other tools are not always safe for operators or the environment.
On the other hand, hydro excavation has proven to be safe for all operators and the environment. The hydro excavation techniques that are used today are more accurate and eco-friendly than methods you have used in the past. With the hydro excavation method, water at the highest pressure is used, along with a high-pressure vacuum.
When pressurized water comes out of the vacuum nozzle, the soil will be precisely cut through, and the debris will be collected and sucked out. This technique has been the preferred in a variety of industries, including the following:
- plant maintenance
Hydro Excavation: What are the Benefits?
Some of the most well-known benefits of hydro excavation include the following:
- safe and efficient
- minimum damages
- can be used in cold weather
If you are looking for a technique that will result in minimal waste, damage, and disruption, you can find it in hydro excavation. Hydro excavation works in a manner where any utilities stored underground will not be damaged in the process. There will not be a reason to make any type of contact with the utilities, lines, pipes, wells because the hydro truck does not have to be extremely close to the site in order for excavation to be a success.
Due to hydro excavation being so precise, it has proven to be more eco-friendly, especially when you compare it to the excavation methods you have used in the past. Also, the debris that is collected from the site will be stored safely until it can be safely removed. Hydro excavation offers an incredible list of advantages, including accuracy and the ability to prevent hazards and risks.
If you are preparing for an upcoming project that will require the removal of solid wastes or liquids and want to ensure that you can safely excavate utilities, contact us today through our website or call us at (210) 268-7102.