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Safe Digging: Call 811 and Choose Hydrovac Excavation Trucks

When it comes to digging, it is always important to call 811 before you begin. 811 is the national call-before-you-dig number, and it is an important step to take to ensure the safety of you and your property. 811 is a free service that connects you to your local one-call center, where you can request...
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Hydrovac Excavation Trucks for Every Industry

No matter your industry, Haaker Underground has the right hydrovac excavation trucks to get the job done faster and safer. Our equipment from TRUVAC, Ring-O-Matic and Pacific Tek delivers prevision, service and dependability you can count on. Take a look at some of the industries we serve below, and contact us today to schedule your...
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Slot Trenching with Hydrovac Trucks

Need to dig narrow trenches to install cables, signs, pipes, posts or other underground utilities? Hydroexcavation is the best technique for accurate, precise slot trenching. Risks of Conventional Methods Traditional slot trenching methods were time-consuming and dangerous. Doing the work manually is extremely hard and poses serious safety risks. Conventional methods also failed at digging...
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Vacuum Excavation Trucks Protect Underground Utilities, Reduce Risk

No matter where you live in the United States, odds are that there’s an underground utility line positioned nearby. They are under the ground that you live, work, drive and play on. There are two key strategies for safely working around these underground utilities: calling 811 before you dig and using vacuum excavation trucks. When...
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Hydro Excavation Applications and Benefits

Excavation is a necessary but often cumbersome and disruptive public service. While traditional excavation is fast, hydro excavation is safer for cables, underground pipes, utility lines, work teams and communities.  What is Hydro Excavation?  Hydro vacuum excavation is a non-destructive method of moving earth. Using this method, operators use pressurized water to break up soil....
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Larger Loads, More Maneuverability: TRUVAC FLXX Hydrovac Truck in Phoenix

Get maximum payload, unbeatable performance and increased productivity with the TRUVAC FLXX hydrovac excavation truck. This safe-digging machine is ideal for a variety of applications in ways that a full-size truck just isn’t. The smaller, more maneuverable package can’t be beat when it comes to efficiency, safety and power. Expert Service and Support The only...
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2 Ways to Combat Inaccurate Utility Markings with Hydrovac Excavation Trucks

Mapping underground utility locations and using flags to mark “suggested” locations is the best way to reduce the risk of damage while working. However, maps and location methods don’t always provide exact depths and locations of buried utility lines. Visual confirmation remains a tried-and-true method to increase safety on job sites, and hydrovac excavation trucks...
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Celebrating National Safe Digging Month

April is National Safe Digging Month, and one of the best ways to celebrate is always calling 811 at least 72 hours before digging.Taking this simple step can prevent injuries, utility outages and property damage. What is 811? 811 is the national call-before you dig phone number. Before digging, call to request that the locations...
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Safe Digging Technology for Every Industry with TRUVAC Vacuum Excavators

Safe-digging technology is essential for every industry, whether you work in construction, transportation, engineering or mining. Our TRUVAC hydrovac trucks increase both productivity and safety. Keep reading to learn how. Utilities Our TRUVAC trucks are ideal for cable installation, replacing utility pole holes, gas distribution construction, cleaning submersible transformers and more. They are also the ideal...
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Popularity of Hydro Vacuum Excavators Rising in the Construction Industry

When it comes to hydro vacuum excavators, new machines and new innovations are giving rise to greater acceptance in the construction industry. These trucks break up soil by blasting high pressure water through pipes into the ground. After the soil becomes loose, a powerful vacuum system sucks it into a debris tank. In the past,...
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