Our hydrovac excavation services are cost effective and will provide a safer, faster and more precise method of excavation for your project.
Based locally in Fairbanks, Alaska.
What is Hydrovac Excavation?
Hydrovac excavation is a process using high pressure water to break up dirt and material. This broken down debris is then vacuumed up into our truck via the hose and brought offsite to a proper disposal facility. This process can also be known as hydro excavation, daylighting, potholing, or vacuum excavation.
Hydrovac Pro services provide the safest form of non-destructive excavation.
Our team has years of experience in the unique arctic conditions of Alaska and the oil fields of North Dakota.
We have worked on a variety of projects both large and small. Let us help you with your next excavation project.
Our hydrovac truck has a capacity of 8.9m3 of water and 11m3 of debris. This allows us to excavate twice as long in comparison to other units. Our truck comes to your site with a 32′ boom reach that can go vertically 26′ before needing any extensions. The tank design enables us to dispose of debris in minutes, so we are back to work much faster in comparison to other units.
Ready to Work
Our hydrovac truck has no air switches and very few hydraulic lines. This creates the dynamic of fewer breakdowns by eliminating the problematic areas on these types of trucks. Setting up to start a job takes almost no time at all, as we do not need to attach any hoses or dig tubes, everything is ready to work. Between the larger tanks, quick disposal and no set up time we can save the customer hours per day, which amounts to a considerable cost savings.
Services and Applications:
- Daylighting or Potholing
- Anode and Shoring Installation
- Pole Hole excavation
- Pipeline crossing or tie-ins
- Debris Removal and Culvert Cleanouts
- Curb box replacements
- Service Pits & Tank Cleanouts
- Emergency response
500 A Street
Fairbanks, AK 99701