Vacuum Excavation is Your Safe, Non Destructive, Damage Prevention Option when excavating in and around utilities.
You can prevent utility damage by using this non destructive method of excavation.
Vacuum excavation extracts the earth through a small ‘surgical’ opening through which excavation takes place. A high-powered vacuum insertion is made to remove dirt into the vehicles storage tank. The underground utilities are safely exposed without damage to the protective coatings of many pipes and cables.
Traditional methods of mechanical excavation have the potential to damage utilities and disrupt essential services and cannot compare to the vacuum extraction method.
The safe, non destructive method means damage to utilities is prevented and saves innumerable costs associated with a utility damage including downtime, rework, repairs, personal injury and public damages including inconvenience.
Abaxa provides a pro-active solution for your project to meet safety requirements.
The use of vacuum excavation greatly reduces the risk of injury to personnel, and all but eliminates the risk of damage to any surrounding structures.
The need to hand dig and/or probe is eliminated and safety is enhanced reducing the potential for personal injury from utility damages, including power shock or electrocution.
Cost Effective solutions
Abaxa’s vacuum excavation is fast, producing efficient results to expose located utilities to provide high quality clearances.
It also eliminates un-necessary hand digging, meaning improved work flow and ability to continue on a project without delays. Works in high traffic areas can be cost effectively planned by using vacuum excavation units.
Abaxa can conduct any practical excavation with the vacuum units ability and suction power. Its capabilities can be utilized for a variety of services.
Use Vacuum Excavation to meet your project needs
- Potholing of Utilities
- Exposing Utilities for accurate depth and Survey Recording
- Power Pole Installation Preparation
- Geotechnical Excavation Assistance
- Slot Trenching
- Sign and Bollard Installation Preparation
- Non Destructive Excavation for Utility Installation
- Excavation Under Existing Structures
- Excavation across conflicting services
- Excavation around tree roots where utility conflicts exist
- Pipeline Tie-ins/Maintenance