The essential way to visually identify services for positive location without damage to underground services.
Non-destructive digging allows for no damage to services that could be in the trench path. It is also a clean cut and safer way to trench where there are known services and reduce the likelihood of damages which are costly.
Flushing of conduits full of mud and sand etc with high pressure jetting nozzles and at the same time remove the excess waste.
Removal of materials:
Utilising the suction hose to remove water, soils, sand, sludge, wet concrete etc from above ground or underground pits, tanks and manholes.
Under structure boring:
Dig underneath existing structures such as footpaths driveways etc up to 5m wide. Some possibilities could be for installing storm water drains, conduits and cables.
High pressure excavation around structures for removal such as poles, or the provision of holes for installation of pits, poles and buried services.
If excavation of the entire hole is not warranted then a strip trench in the form of a cross can eliminate the presence of services before drilling, digging or boring proceeds.
Installation of rope in conduits:
Sucking a rope into occupied or vacant conduits for the purpose of hauling cables.