Questions You May Have In Your Mind

FAQs

What is Hydrovac excavation?

Hydrovac excavation is a non-destructive method that uses pressurized water to break up soil and a vacuum system to remove debris, allowing for safe, precise excavation around underground utilities.

Why choose Hydrovac over traditional excavation methods?
Hydrovac offers a safer, more precise method to excavate without damaging underground utilities, reducing the risk of service interruptions and costly repairs.
What services does Inflow Hydrovac offer?
We offer a range of services including daylighting, shoring, pile hole excavation, slot trenching, hydrojetting, and general vacuum truck services to meet diverse project needs.
How does Hydrovac support environmental sustainability?
Our Hydrovac process minimizes soil disruption and reduces the amount of waste generated, supporting environmental conservation efforts.
Can Hydrovac excavation be used in all types of soil?
Yes, Hydrovac is versatile and effective in various soil types, including clay, sand, and gravel, providing flexibility for different project requirements.
What are the advantages of daylighting services?
Daylighting exposes underground utilities to daylight, allowing for safer construction and maintenance work by accurately locating and identifying these utilities before excavation.
How does shoring contribute to excavation safety?
Shoring stabilizes trench walls during excavation, preventing collapses and ensuring a safe working environment for construction teams.
What is hydro jetting, and when is it used?
Hydro jetting uses high-pressure water to clean and unclog pipes and sewer lines, preventing potential damage and maintaining infrastructure integrity.
What makes Inflow Hydrovac a preferred choice for clients?
Our commitment to safety, precision, and client satisfaction, combined with our skilled team and advanced equipment, sets us apart in the Hydrovac industry.
How does Inflow Hydrovac ensure project efficiency and safety?
We adhere to strict safety protocols, leverage cutting-edge technology, and undergo continuous training to ensure our projects are completed efficiently and safely.
Are there any limitations to where Hydrovac trucks can operate?
While Hydrovac trucks are highly versatile, operation may be limited by extreme terrain or inaccessible areas. However, we evaluate each project to find the best approach.
How can clients prepare for a Hydrovac service?
Clients should provide detailed information about the project site and any known underground utilities. Clear access to our equipment and a point of contact for project coordination are also helpful.
What is line flushing?
Line flushing is a process used to clean pipelines with a gentle flow of water, removing minor blockages and maintaining system efficiency.
When should line flushing be performed?
It should be done regularly as part of routine maintenance or when there is evidence of reduced flow or water quality issues.
How is line flushing different from hydro jetting?
Line flushing is less intensive and used primarily for maintenance, while hydro jetting is a more forceful cleaning method for removing tough blockages.
What is remote digging and how does it work?

Remote digging involves using extended hoses and specialized equipment to conduct hydrovac excavation at a distance from the hydrovac truck. This method allows us to access and dig in locations that are difficult to reach due to terrain, obstructions, or environmental restrictions, without the need to bring heavy equipment directly to the site.

Where can remote digging be particularly useful?
Remote digging is ideal for environments where traditional excavation methods are impractical or impossible. This includes areas with limited access such as behind buildings, in densely wooded or environmentally sensitive regions, and in urban settings where congestion and space constraints prevent standard operations. It’s also invaluable in emergency situations where quick access to remote sites is necessary.
Do you bill on site or shop-to-shop?
We only bill on site’. No shop-to-shop charges. You are only charged once we arrive.

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