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TRUVAC Hydro Excavators

Safety is the number one reason why professional excavation is vital for even the simplest repair and maintenance jobs, and hydro excavators utilize water pressure to do the digging for you. The Truvac Series of Hydro Excavators, are proven leaders in hydro excavation, with a full line of powerful machines that safely tackle major excavations while also managing smaller jobs with precision. Truvac offers the widest range of vacuum excavators for the utility industry ranging from single to four-rear axle vacuum trucks, 3.5 cu. yard to 15 cu. yard debris capacity, and air, water or both for digging.

Truvac is a brand dedicated to advanced, safe-digging technology, better performance, and and superior productivity.

See why vacuum excavation with TRUVAC is the smartest and safest way to dig.

Why HXX?

The TRUVAC Paradigm was designed specifically for utility and contractor customers involved in installation, maintenance and repair of underground water, sewer, gas, electric and telecommunications utilities. the Paradigm is the most innovative and versatile sub-compact vacuum excavator on the market. Tough, powerful, and ultra-productive.

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The TRUVAC Prodigy is the perfect non-destructive machine for a wide range of utility and contractor applications including precise excavation, slot trenching, HDD drilling mud recovery, water valve box repair or utility and line locating. Incredible versatility is paired within a compact yet powerful package, with lower operating costs than larger machines, but overwhelming productivity.

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The TRUVAC HXX is a purpose-built Hydro Excavator for unique utility contractor applications. High productivity and maximum payload, packaged in a light weight design. This series of full-sized titans is the result of years of research, testing, and customer input. With the HXX, no job is too big or too tough to tackle.

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Safety is the key reason why vacuum excavation is important on even ordinary repair and maintenance jobs. Many states require a visual verification around utilities before repair or construction work can begin – preventing accidents that can cost millions in damage and risk of injury or death to workers and the public. The added bonus is the small repair holes, possible only by using vacuum excavation, which reduces environmental and surface replacement costs and is less disruptive to traffic and commerce.

By using a vacuum excavator 99.8% of known reported strikes could have been avoided.

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