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Vacuum Excavation Trucks
The highest priority on any job site is promoting safe working habits and preventing injuries. Hydrovac excavation trucks in San Diego greatly reduce the risk of striking underground utilities, but it’s important to still talk to your team about safety when using any of our equipment.     Everyone on your job site should adhere...
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Using hydro excavation trucks can make your next project safer and faster. Accurate and non-destructive, hydrovac excavation is ideal for locating underground utilities and reducing the risk of accidents. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of hydrovac excavation! 1. Hydro Excavation Is Efficient Pressurized water from hydro excavation trucks easily cut through and...
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Utility locating is the important process of identifying utility assets like gas and sewer lines that are buried underground. This step protects your team and community from disasters like electrocution and gas line explosions should they strike a buried utility. Skipping this step can have life-threatening consequences. The Risks of Damaged Utilities In late 2015,...
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Digging smart means using equipment that doesn’t just get the job done faster, but gets it done safer as well. With greater dependability and precision, the TRUVAC HXX hydrovac truck helps you dig smart.  The full-sized HXX was developed by TRUVAC’s team from the ground up and is the result of years of research, input...
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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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What exactly is hydro-vacuuming? Our hydrovac trucks for sale cut soil using high pressure water. They remove the soil using powerful vacuums, sort the soil in truck tanks and then allow for convenient disposable at a designated area. Where is hydro-vacuuming done? Hydrovac trucks are great alternatives to mechanical excavation in tight areas and worksites...
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In the last ten years, one piece of equipment has become more and more common on oil and gas pipeline job sites: vacuum excavators. Traditionally used to uncover underground infrastructure, these trucks rely on air or water to efficiently and safely remove dirt without the risk of damaging underground pipes.  When hydraulic fracturing led to...
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Hydro excavation, the process of using pressurized water in combination with a high-powered vacuum to excavate, has been used for decades. At first, this type of excavation was adopted mostly in the oil and gas industries. As safety increasingly became a priority in the energy industry, use of hydrovac excavation trucks boomed. Their use became...
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TRUVAC’s HXX rental vacuum excavation truck meets all mid-sized and full-sized excavation needs, boosts job site productivity and can power jack hammers, tampers and other tools while also towing mini-excavators, job supply trailers or HDD drills.  It’s also the ideal safe-digging machine that protects your team and community at worksites.  Striking underground utilities poses a...
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Vacuum excavation involves using high-powered vacuum suction to remove soil and move it to a debris tank. This is a common method used to excavate soil to expose underground utilities, and its favored because it is a less destructive and more accurate method.  Hydro excavation equipment itself can be complex, combining compressed air, high-pressure water...
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