When trying to locate fiber optic lines, cables and other utilities while avoiding the damage that can happen with traditional, mechanical digging, vacuum excavation is the answer. Vacuum excavation uses high-pressure water or pressurized air to break up and cut the soil, while a high-flow vacuum system lifts the soil up and out of the excavation area. Vacuum excavators quickly and efficiently uncover buried natural gas and petroleum pipelines and water mains with greatly reduced risk of damage to the infrastructure.
Pro-Pipe provides vacuum excavating with Hydrovac systems, dry-vac systems and combination trucks capable of controlling the amount of water utilized during earth cutting. In addition to trenching in areas with substantial existing utilities, Pro-Pipe’s vacuum services also include pot-holing and mining support operations.