Trenchless Digging

Trenchless Digging, also known as Hydro-excavation, may be used to expose pipeline for replacement in certain cases.

Debris and dirt are removed, vacuumed, and transported away, reducing damage and increasing safety over other mechanical excavation methods. In many cases, trenchless repair or replacement are the best options to eliminate excavation altogether and limit expense. Our team is knowledgeable and up to date on industrial and municipal codes and works hard to minimize downtime and disruption of your operations. No repair is too challenging, too big, or too small.

Trenchless Digging

Hydro-excavation equipment may be used to expose pipeline for replacement in certain cases.

Debris and dirt are removed, vacuumed, and transported away, reducing damage and increasing safety over other mechanical excavation methods. In many cases, trenchless repair or replacement are the best options to eliminate excavation altogether and limit expense. Our team is knowledgeable and up to date on industrial and municipal codes and works hard to minimize downtime and disruption of your operations. No repair is too challenging, too big, or too small.

What is Trenchless Digging

Trenchless Digging, also known as no-dig technology, is a set of innovative construction methods that eliminate the need for traditional open trench excavation. These techniques offer a more efficient, environmentally friendly, and less disruptive alternative to conventional digging methods.

Key Trenchless Digging Methods:

Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD):

Horizontal Directional Drilling, or HDD, involves drilling a pilot bore horizontally underground, and then expanding it to accommodate the installation of utilities such as pipelines and cables. This method is widely used for projects requiring minimal surface disruption.

Microtunneling:

Microtunneling utilizes a specialized machine to simultaneously excavate soil and install pipelines with precision. It’s particularly suitable for projects that demand accurate control and minimal ground disturbance.

Pipe Bursting:

In pipe bursting, the existing pipe is fractured or fragmented, and a new pipe is simultaneously pulled or pushed into place. This method is commonly employed for the replacement of aging or damaged pipelines without the need for extensive excavation.

Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP):

Cured-In-Place Pipe involves the insertion of a resin-saturated liner into an existing pipe, followed by curing to create a new, durable pipe inside the old one. This method is highly effective for rehabilitating deteriorating pipelines.

Advantages of Trenchless Digging:

  • Minimized Disruption: Trenchless methods significantly reduce disruption to traffic, businesses, and the environment compared to traditional excavation.
  • Faster Project Completion: Trenchless technologies often lead to faster project completion, saving time and minimizing inconvenience for the community.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: While upfront costs may vary, the long-term savings from reduced restoration and surface repair can make trenchless digging more cost-effective.

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Ready to experience the precision, safety, and efficiency of hydro-excavating for your project? Contact Reddi Services today to discuss your requirements and get a personalized quote.

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(855) 534-0169

    Contact Us

    Nationwide
    (855) 534-0169