Rival Hydrovac Unit Makes Utility Potholing Efficient on Fiber Optics Installation

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Go on the job site with Elexco, a multi-faceted excavation company based out of Seymour, Wisconsin. The company does everything from excavating/trenching for telecommunication fiber optic lines and digging foundations for and constructing cellphone towers to drilling bores for utility pipelines, laying municipal water and sewer pipes and working on specialty civil engineering projects.

In this video, watch the company tackle a 30,000-foot fiber optics installation in western Wisconsin. Elexco’s Connor Frisch and Gabe Seidl take you through all facets of the job, from potholing for utilities with a Rival T-10 XL vac truck to details about the company’s directional drilling and mud mixing systems.

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