The old joke is “why does everybody hate to vacuum”? Because it sucks. But not on the construction site. On the site, both residential, commercial, and for civil works, having a vacuum extractor is a quick and painless way to clean up the site. Its power and speed make light work of the job of sorting through the debris and cleaning up the wet and dry rubbish on site.
Quick Cleaning with Vacuum Excavation
Sorting through the mess left on site can be a long and gruelling job. There are so many different types of waste that it can be hard to even think about who to call and how to get the job cleaned up quickly. Wet waste, dry waste, building site waste; normally, all these varieties would be three or four different bins and three or four different clean-up crews to get it all sorted. That’s too much time and money to waste on waste. Vacuum excavation harnesses the power of the vacuum, and much like the smaller models found in every home, makes quick work of the clean-up process.
The work takes a fraction of the time to complete and that includes even the hard to reach areas where most clean-ups get sloppy. The power of suction excavation gets every last bit of waste off the site and out of the way.
How Does it Work?
Essentially, it’s not that much different from the regular vacuum concept that everyone is familiar with. It’s a suction device that can quickly trap wet and dry materials with an extraordinarily long hose and wide nozzle. It’s a non-destructive system that uses water to reduce the impact on the environment while performing its duty.
It’s too complicated to deal with large messes that are too often in underground places. Hydro excavation uses the power of a stream of water to loosen up the waste before it is efficiently whisked away, reducing the load on human powered clean-up. It can even replace human-powered trench digging and excavation because of its precision and efficiency.
Quick Cleaning with a Quick Call Today
One Search Locators works hard to keep the job site safe and secure. Their work in Sydney in is unparalleled as they work alongside some of the city’s biggest industrial and commercial builders. Call today to find out more how vacuum excavation can benefit your site.