Vacuum Excavation uses highly pressurized air or water to precisely loosen the earth and a powerful mobile vacuum is used to remove the material. The material is then sucked through the vacuum hose and is deposited into a debris tank for later disposal, or for backfilling into the hole. This tool is useful on projects when installing underground power cables or telecommunication cables.
Vacuum excavation is used for a variety of jobs such as potholing, drill mud clean up, box cleanouts, sewer cleaning or for providing a safer method of digging around a utility.
Vacuum excavation advantages:
As the world is becoming greener, Vacuum Excavation allows Todd Cable to meet and comply with any environmental regulations. It also allows a more effective measure for facility location and allows for safe operation around buried infrastructure.