What the Heck is Remote Hole Excavation?

No, we’re not talking about remote-controlled cars you played with as a kid. This is some powerful excavation for rough terrain.
What the Heck is Remote Hole Excavation?
In most cases, the reason for remote hole excavation is simply that fact that the truck can’t be driven to the excavation site, either because terrain is too rough or because of existing buildings and structures on the property that prevent truck access.

In most cases, hydroexcavation takes place close to the dig site, using a truck’s hydrovac boom. Tougher jobs in hard-to-reach places require remote hole excavation — the use of a flexible hose that allows hydrovac operators to excavate more than 500 feet from the...

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