Over 20 years of experience
Service available across United Kingdom
Leaders in innovation and technology
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The most experienced Suction Excavation specialists in the UK
Instant operability and fast excavation without the risk of aﬀecting or damaging any unforeseen utilities and managing risk.
Conroy Group took delivery of the first Suction Excavator in the UK back in 2006 and has steadily increased its fleet whilst remaining at the forefront of technology.
Suction Excavation Technology has been speciﬁcally designed for specialist construction activities in urban and suburban areas. It assures instant operability and fast excavation without the risk of aﬀecting or damaging any unforeseen utilities.
Use of excavation also reduces environmental impact by overcoming possible damage to tree roots, as the suction excavator clears past these without any damage
The gas industry recognises best practice of using suction excavators for excavations in the vicinity of HV cables and similar apparatus.
Up to twelve times more productive than manual excavation.
Neater ﬁnish and less of the highway is lost to excavation.
With many unique characteristics suction excavators can oﬀer bespoke solutions ideal for power station requirements.
Non evasive digging oﬀers safe excavations within substations.
The only approved method of excavation around protected trees.
Ideal for trackside maintenance with spoil loaded directly into excavator.
Less disruption to traﬃc ﬂow in towns and cities and on major highways.
Eﬀective reach in many areas where mechanical excavation is impossible.
Suction excavation is a new solution to traditional excavation problems. Suction excavation utilizes high powered fans to safely excavate up to 141 feet (43 meters) of depth depending on the configuration. First a small surface area hole of about 10 in (250 mm), this may vary depending on ground conditions, is created. Then the suction excavator hose removes below surface materials. Compressed air is used to fracture the ground in order for the suction excavator to remove the material safely. No manual hand tooling is used in the process.