We live in an era where technological advancements are helping us to improve every facet of our lives. And also across industries such as manufacturing and construction. Did you know that the days of industrial digging are almost redundant? Non Destructive Digging (NDD) using the latest vacuum excavation techniques is rapidly replacing musclebound manual digging with jackhammers and spades.

Here are some of the benefits of Non Destructive Digging and how you can take advantage of the most innovative NDD solutions.

How Does Non Destructive Digging (NDD) Work?

Non Destructive Digging (NDD) is the process of excavating earth and limiting the damage that manual digs can cause. Instead of using aggressive machinery such as mini excavators, NDD solutions use vacuum excavation techniques and high-pressure water to safely excavate the area.

Using NDD solutions is especially important in instances where buried underground pipes are being replaced or to safely implement the rollout of fibre optic networks. NDD solutions can also be utilised for potholing, and the removal of demolition material or street waste.

Safer Digging Solutions

NDD is now considered as the safest way to commercially dig, reducing the risks of damaging underground services that are already in place. Non Destructive Digging is an extremely safe way to check the status of underground services before you even start a new project.

Vacuum excavation is being hailed as the best way to massively reduce costly delays for construction companies. Using NDD saves you time, money, and health and safety hassles.

Eco-Friendly Digging Solutions

It’s important in this day and age to operate with an eco-friendly ethos and environmental accountability. It’s not just important. It’s the law! Reducing environmental impact when performing commercial and industrial-scale digs is essential if you want to maintain a solid reputation as an environmentally sound company.

Non-destructive excavation methods not only reduce environmental impact but also aid risk mitigation that will massively benefit your mining, construction or industrial projects.

Our Groundbreaking Solution

When you seek the latest NDD solutions for excavation, potholing and other construction jobs that need wet or dry applications, the Vermeer VX25-100 comes highly recommended. Mounted to a WA built heavy-duty plant trailer, this model brings versatility to your jobsite, ideal for excavating mud, water or dirt, whilst also perfect for slurry removal and industrial clean-up.

For more information on the benefits of Non Destructive Digging (NDD) solutions and expert advice on the VX25-100, click here.

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