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VacTruck (Stormwater Services)

Stormwater Solutions Designed for Cape Coral: Trust Our Vac Truck Services

Vacuum Truck Services to Manage Stormwater

Whether you’re clearing debris or excavating underground infrastructure, you want to have the right tools for the job. When your worksite involves maneuvering around fragile pipes, collecting tough debris, or simply cleaning up after a large project, the machines you see should be powerful yet precise.

Vacuum trucks are the accurate solution you need. Combining the strength of pressurized water with the power of pneumatic suction, these machines can help you get the job done safely, neatly, and efficiently.

Vacuum Truck Services we offer, but not limited to:

Storm Drain Cleaning and Maintenance:

Regular cleaning and maintenance of storm drains help to prevent flooding and blockages that can cause extensive property damage. Hydro jet-vac service uses high-pressure water to cut through and clear debris or clogs from pipes. This effective and minimally invasive process avoids the need to rip out pipes or the surrounding ground, maximizing the lifetime of the channels.

Storm Water System Inspection with A Camera Truck:

Using the latest Sewer Video camera inspection technology, we bring out a truck set up and designed to video culverts, storms drain, you name it. We identify potential problems before they escalate, saving you costly repairs in the long run.

Catch Basin, Manhole, and Culvert Cleaning:

We provide thorough cleaning services for catch basins, manholes, and culverts to ensure efficient stormwater flow and prevent backups. Hydrojetting is often the best way to clear blockages because it avoids the use of heavy chemicals that can be harmful to the environment.

Apart from following a regular cleaning schedule, it is also essential to pay attention to any signs that indicate the need for immediate cleaning. Some common indications include:

If you notice any of these signs, it is best to schedule a cleaning as soon as possible to prevent further issues.

How Often Should I Clean a Culvert, catch basin, or manhole?

The answer to this question varies depending on various factors, such as the location of the culvert, the surrounding environment, and the number of debris that accumulates. Generally, it’s recommended to clean culverts at least twice a year: once before the rainy season, and once after. However, in areas with heavy rainfall or high levels of debris accumulations, more frequent cleaning may be necessary.

Hydro Excavation

Hydro-excavation can be used for a variety of applications such as day, Soil Trenching, Trenching Piling Holes, Pipeline Crossing, Uncovering underground utilities, Debris Removal, Emergency Response, and more!

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What is a vacuum truck, and what does it do?

A vacuum truck, also known as a vacuum tanker, vactor truck, or vac truck, is a specialized truck equipped with a powerful pump and a large tank. The pump creates a powerful vacuum that sucks liquids, sludges, slurries, and dry materials from various locations into the tank for transport and disposal.

Efficiency: Vacuum trucks offer a fast and efficient way to remove large volumes of liquid or solid materials.

Safety: They minimize manual labor and exposure to hazardous materials during clean-up operations.

Versatility: With different types and attachments, vacuum trucks can handle various tasks across numerous industries.

Precision: Vacuum excavation allows for precise removal of materials around sensitive underground utilities.

Vacuum truck operators are trained in safe operation procedures.  Safety measures typically involve wearing proper personal protective equipment, ensuring proper ventilation when working with hazardous materials, and following designated traffic control plans when operating on roadways.

Vacuum trucks have a wide range of applications, including:

Sewer and drain cleaning: They are essential for cleaning clogged sewers, septic tanks, catch basins, and storm drains.

Hydro excavation: Vacuum trucks can be used for safe excavation around underground utilities by exposing them with high-pressure water and then vacuuming up the loosened soil.

Industrial cleaning: They are used in various industries to clean up spills, remove hazardous materials, and collect debris from tanks and vessels.

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