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hydro excavation
Excavation plays an important role in so many different aspects of our lives — sewers, underground utilities and pipelines are installed through it. Sprinklers, signs and posts are often where they are thanks to digging, and even professional landscaping may use excavation to properly place plants. Excavating in remote areas presents particular challenges. Wilderness areas...
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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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At Haaker Underground, we understand that each customer is unique, and every excavation project has different challenges. That’s why we are excited to offer Pacific Tek vacuum excavators in our sales and rental inventory. Specifically manufactured  for potholing/daylighting vacuum excavation, these powerful units are offered as a skid mounted vacuum or can be built onto...
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hydro vacuum truck
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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