How Does Hydro Excavation Differ from Traditional Excavation?

Hydro Excavation is a digging process that uses one or more streams of high pressure/high volume water to dig into soil while at the same time using deep vacuum to remove the soil and water to a debris tank. The debris tank and water pump are both mounted on a truck that can be located near the jobsite or at a safer distance if the excavation site is in a heavily congested area. Hydro Excavation is much more precise than any other type of excavation; which in turn, saves time, money, and the environment.

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