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VACUUM EXCAVATION HIRE
NON DESTRUCTIVE DIGGING
If you are a person who works or has worked for a construction company and have undertaken excavation projects, you may have been introduced to a vacuum truck. Vacuum trucks can be utilised for a range of projects including underground utility locating as well as digging precise holes and foundations for large construction projects. Vacuum trucks can also transfer a large amount of liquid waste from one location to the next in a short period of time. But if you are a person who doesn’t regularly use a vacuum truck, do you know how to use one and how it works.
Vacuum trucks can utilise a range of attachments to complete a number of projects in the most efficient way. These attachments can range from mounted attachments to extra speciality equipment.
The various vacuum truck attachments include:
In order to understand how the vacuum truck works, we first need to understand the different features:
The vacuum truck works by the pump providing suction to the vacuum hose through the intake valve. When the hose starts sucking, the material waste is then transferred to the primary chamber. If however, the primary chamber becomes too full, there is a secondary chamber waiting to ensure that no waste touches the pump (there is a mechanism in the primary chamber that doesn’t allow extra waste to touch the pump). When the material excavation has been completed, the discharge value is utilised to dispose of the materials inside of the primary chamber.
Give Vac2U a call or fill out our online enquiry form to discuss your next vacuum excavation project and how our vacuum truck can assist you in completing your project to the highest standard. With over 5 years of vacuum excavation experience, the team at Vac2Ucan complete a range of excavation projects from South East Queensland to Northern New South Wales.
Vacuum Excavation Hire
Acacia Ridge, QLD 4122