The demand for non-destructive digging (‘NDD’) solutions has seen a surge in demand for vacuum excavation across a wide range of industries and applications. This growth has been driven by factors including the increased mandating of NDD by primary contractors and municipalities, occupational health and safety regulation, the roll-out of fibre networks and availability of vacuum excavators in an increasing array of sizes and configurations.
When undertaking tree stump removal services, having the best equipment can increase productivity and efficiency, as well as allow you to take on a wider range of jobs to diversify your clientele. That is why Vermeer has designed a bigger and better tracked stump cutter, the SC70TX.
Vermeer Australia is regarded as the country’s top choice for contractors and fleet operators thanks to its innovative range of machinery. The company continues this reputation with the Hi-Vac hydro excavator brand – a range loaded with groundbreaking features and identified by its excellent performance.
While excavators have traditionally been used to create trenches for pipeline installations, they are not always the ideal choice as they can be cumbersome, inefficient and costly. Trenchers, such as the Vermeer T755, provide a cost-effective and productive alternative for excavating material for utility pipelines.
Vermeer Equipment Holdings, the recently appointed Australian distributor of Hi-Vac Corporation’s range of high CFM hydro-excavators and industrial combination vac/jetters, have completed fit up of the first units to arrive in the country—and with significant orders already placed, the market likes what they see.
Vermeer Australia and Joe Harris, along with some of Australia’s most renowned climbers, have joined forces again to deliver the annual Vermeer Arborist Seminar Series for 2019. This year the seminar’s focus on a topic that has become a talking-point in recent years: Stationary Rope Technique (or ‘SRT’, formerly known as Single Rope Technique).
The demand for non-destructive digging (NDD) solutions has seen a surge in demand for vacuum excavation across a wide range of industries and applications. We spoke to Vermeer Australia Marketing Manager Steve Reeves about the many opportunities that this technology offers to Australia’s Landscape Contractors.
When undertaking excavation works on civil projects, speed and precision are vital to keeping the project on time, reducing costs and keeping disruption to the community to a minimum. Surface miners can be ideal for such projects where there is often hard rock involved, and drill and blast methods are not viable.