Find Machines

Find work

Contact

Vacuum Excavation Hire in Bairnsdale, VIC 3875

Latest news in Bairnsdale, VIC

16th August 2019

Vacuum Truck Hire Rates Guide

Vacuum trucks are quickly becoming one of the most sort out equipment on any construction site due to its ability to do non destructive excavations around underground assets. It is also worth mentioning that vacuum excavation is seen in the industry as far more expensive then using an excavator or digger for excavation work. However, we have seen a number of benefits to using vacuum excavation in the long run which can save you a lot of money on projects as you can avoid any unexpected issues such as damage of underground assets, burst pipe or injuries on site due to undetected services.  We have done the sums and collated the data  to provide you with the information you need for your project. When choosing a vacuum truck for your project there are a number of things to consider which will dictate the cost of vacuum excavation. Things to consider are:

Read more here
8th August 2019

What is the right vacuum truck for my job?

Working on any construction sites you often are confronted with the requirements of using vacuum truck (sometimes referred to as a sucker truck or vacuum excavator) for all non-destructive digging. Vacuum excavation or hydro excavation is the process of safely removing unwanted materials such as dirt, mud, sand that are situated around underground assets. Due to the nature of it work and the advancements in technology  it is becoming one of the most popular plant being used across the construction projects. However, there are a number of things to consider when choosing the right vacuum truck for your project as there isn't a one-size fit all. These considerations will also dictate the true costs of vacuum excavation. To view our rates guide on vacuum excavation click here. 

Read more here
2nd August 2019

Do you need a license to operate a vacuum truck?

Whether you need a license to operate a vacuum truck or not can be a difficult question to answer. There is no specific license that you need to provide in order to operate a vacuum truck but experience and training is required in order to work on construction sites. Also the weight of the vacuum truck will depend on whether you need just a class C driver's license or a heavy vehicle license.Using a vacuum truck without any training is a recipe for disaster, they are complex machines with a number of functions. One wrong move can mean dangerous consequences for all involved. There are a number of training facilities that offer variations of vacuum truck training, which is the best way to become a qualified vacuum truck operator.If you are wanting to hire a vacuum truck, the service generally comes as a wet hire - with an operator - as the machine is not something that a lot of people can use. Because of this, hire rates will always lean on the more expensive side but if you pick the right vacuum truck hire supplier you’ll see that you get your money's worth.

Read more here
Get Quotes
Rated 4.8 by 116 Customer Reviews