While most people are sleeping, member of our HydroVac may be out cleaning up motorways and highways. We use our experience in Confined Space Entry to clean out the chambers that run along roadsides — these two photos show the sort of rubbish we are confronted with on an average job. As well as all the usual litter, it looks like someone also
We're very pleased to have our air excavation technology profiled in the Dec/Jan issue of Contractor magazine, including the behind-the-scenes story of how we found our AirX trucks and what kinds of jobs they particularly excel in. To read the article, see below. To see how our innovative AirX trucks might work for you, please get in touch with
Sometimes the proof is in the pudding, so here are a few before & afters of jobs we've done. You can see how satisfying a day's work is for us when we get results like this!
Working in conjunction with Council contractors, the Christchurch HydroVac team was called in to vacuum sand from the iconic New Brighton whale pool's sumps and interceptors. They also ended up helping waterblast the pool. Given the current scorching temperatures in Canterbury, this job was completed not a moment too soon!
In October, our Canterbury HydroVac division successfully mapped the stormwater drainage systems for three rural schools on the West Coast, identifying problem areas and providing cost estimates to repair. Our efficient process of writing the inspection report, taking snapshots and finally integrating everything into one file for each school,
It's about this time of the year that we start getting calls from local restaurants about their grease traps and interceptors. Grease converters (250 litres) are installed under the sink to literally intercept and trap greases and solids before they enter wastewater - an essential in busy kitchens. Grease traps are generally located in the ground