How Vacuum Excavation Can Assist You

With over 50 Vacuum Excavation vehicles in our hire fleet, PIER (UK) fully understand the project requirements from each and every customer whether they are working in the Utilities, Civil Engineering or Construction industries. 

Vacuum Excavation has increasingly become the smarter choice for a safe excavation. The strong suction power can quickly clear away any material, while the remote-controlled boom allows precision to take place at a safe distance. 

With an array of suitable applications for the no-dig technology, the PIER (UK) team can assist your upcoming project: 

Deep Excavation Works

In order to carry out deep excavation works; the remote-control operation of the vacuum boom ensures that the work is carried out from a safe distance. 

Exposing Underground Utilities

Using suction power to gently pull away from material around a buried utility has many more safety benefits than the traditional digging method. The no-dig approach uses suction power to extract ground material which reduces the risk of tools striking the lines and cutting local utilities. 

How Vacuum Excavation Can Assist You

Tank Excavation

For any industrial sites with tanks, containers and bunkers, the Vacuum Excavator will make light work of emptying out the vessels, providing fast clearance through the strong suction power. Our Vacuum Excavators are often used to remove stored material for deep cleaning or to decommission old storage units.

Trial Holes and Buried Asset Surveys

When you are working on a complex site with an array of underground utilities, using a Vacuum Excavator for trial holes checks the accuracy of utility location tools and provides a blueprint of what is buried underneath.

As the industry leaders in Vacuum Excavation, PIER (UK) will listen carefully to their customers’ requirements and provide a solution that is suitable for the job at hand.

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