Hydro Excavation

What is Hydro Excavation

Hydro excavation is a non-mechanical, non-destructive process that uses pressurized water and industrial strength vacuum to simultaneously excavate and evacuate soil. As hydro excavation safely breaks up soil, the soil and water slurry is conveyed by vacuum to a debris tank.

Instead of manual or mechanical digging methods, Super Products’ Mud Dog hydro excavator uses water to break up soil, which virtually eliminates any risk of underground utility damage. The hydro excavation process results in safe, fast, precise excavations that require less backfill, labor, restoration, and has less environmental impact than traditional excavation techniques.

Potholing/Daylighting

Potholing or daylighting is the practice of digging a test hole to expose underground utilities to determine their horizontal and vertical location. Traditional [...]


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Slot Trenching

Slot trenching is the process of digging narrow trenches for installing pipes, cables or other in-ground utilities. Hydro excavation provides a non-destructive [...]


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Debris Removal

Hydro excavation is ideal for removing debris and cleaning out a variety of structures without damaging the surrounding area because it is a precise, non-destru [...]


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Exposing Utilities

Hydro excavation is the safest and most efficient method of exposing underground utilities. Since it uses water to break up ground and vacuum up debris, it elim [...]


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Piling Hole Excavation

Hydro excavation’s precision makes it ideal for piling hole excavation. Digging holes of varying diameters and depths for all types of pilings can be done quick [...]


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Cold Weather Digging

Cold weather does not deter hydro excavation trucks from working because they are equipped with truck-mounted heaters. Unlike traditional ground thawing methods [...]


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Remote Digging

Conventional excavation methods are not suited to digging in tight or congested spaces. When fiber optic cables, telephone lines, water mains or other utility l [...]


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