No Shovel Required

Hydroexcavation is gaining ground as a safe, precise and efficient alternative to conventional digging.
No Shovel Required
Locating a pipeline in a boatyard on the Gulf of Mexico required probing 20 feet deep in an area where conventional trenching wasn’t possible because of the high water table.

Hydroexcavation has been popular in Canada for 50 years, but it only started gaining traction in the U.S. about 15 years ago. It’s still not as widely used as it should be, according to Vac-Con Marketing Director Tom Jody, and there is huge potential for growth.


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