Vacuum Excavation Hire

Vacuum Excavation is the most effective way to remove unwanted debris safely.

Vacuum excavation also known as suction excavation is the ideal solution to effectively remove unwanted debris or hazardous substances safely after construction work has taken place.

Debris is removed using a high-pressure vacuum truck which is fitted with a suction arm that is designed to remove industrial materials or hazardous substances such as heavy sludge or fly ash, the debris is then placed into a waste chamber where it will be transported for disposal.

Vacuum excavation can save costs on manual labour and significantly reduces the number of personal injury claims, providing a much safer, faster and more effective solution for removing debris.

The type of vacuum excavation truck required will depend on the type of material or substance that needs to be removed from the site, we typically use one of three types of excavation trucks in any given situation to safely remove unwanted surface material from a site.

If you would like to hire us for vacuum excavation services, please get in touch for a Free, No-Obligation Quote.

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Hiring Options

The type of vacuum excavator you will need to hire will depend of the surface material you need to remove

Ecovac

Tipping, liquid ring pump 1,800 c/f/m of suction, 250 bar compressor to assist with discharging. Mainly used on heavy sludge removal as well as solids in a liquid state i.e. gravel in a slurry format.

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Ecovac Combi

Tipping, liquid ring pump 1,800 c/f/m of suction, 250 bar compressor to assist with discharging with a 1,000 bar high pressure pump and associated hoses and reals. Mainly used on heavy sludge removal as well as solids in a liquid state i.e. gravel in a slurry format. The 1,000 bar pump can operate several lances or lines simultaneously.

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Cyclovac

Sky tipping, interchangeable back door allowing for both dry and wet waste’s to be loaded, air displacement using cyclone technology giving it 4,700 c/f/m of suction. Can be used to extract loose gravel, sand, fly ash, cement or any powders with the dry back door. With the wet back door, it can do the same as the Ecovac but with much greater suctioning power.

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CONTACT US

For a competitive, no-obligation quote, call us on 028 9692 7100 (Northern Ireland), 020 7101 3191 (London and South of England) or 01642 424685 (North of England), or send us a message using the form below.