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Hydro excavation commonly known as non-destructive digging is an increasingly popular method of excavating soil. The technology deployed by Solo IS has been refined to the point where non-destructive digging or excavation can be safely achieved with maximum efficiency without damaging valuable underground infrastructure.
How does it work?
Our non-mechanical Hydro Excavation trucks can dig and excavate around high density infrastructure through a non-mechanical, non destructive excavation process using high pressure water and vacuum suction to both excavate and exhume soil. The powerful hydro excavator breaks up soil mass and transfers it to a waste tanker. This process is low risk, safe, and fast, thus reducing labor costs and mitigating numerous risks associated with traditional excavation. In addition to being able to dig around all manner of underground pipes and cables, our high pressure jet water solution makes for an environmentally friendly, low risk digging solution.
Various types of non-destructive digging can be performed such as pits, trenches and holes, using a range of different trucks and features available to us through our technologically advanced fleet of high powered water jetting vehicles. Through the versatility of hydro vacuum excavation, material can be safely carted away or returned to the ground.
Contacting Solo IS
In addition to hydro excavation, we are specialists in a many other associated industry technologies such as Waste Disposal, Cable Pipe location, street sweeping, and sub surface engineering, to name a few. We are your one stop shop for the whole range of specialist industrial services requirements.
Feel free to get in touch with one of our experienced and proficient staff today on 1300 Go Solo (1300 46 76 56). Alternativley complete our online form, or send an email one of our listed contacts on this page. Our services are available throughout Australia including Perth, Sydney, Tweed Heads, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Murwillumbah, Pottsville, Kingscliff, and Adelaide