Cleaning Sewer Lines

Maintenance is the best policy

Municipalities and property owners do not want sewage contamination caused by restricted or blocked sewer lines which can cause health issues, environmental problems and property damage.  Therefore it is imperative that proactive maintenance cleaning of sanitation infrastructure is the best policy to ensure that all the pipes are kept clear of obstructions and are free flowing.

 

Sii360 Combination Jet/Vac Service

Sii360 uses the Aquatech B10 Combination Jet-Vac Truck which uses high-pressure water jetting combined with a high-flow vacuum source to clean out pipes and sewers and then vacuum up the material, which returns and maintains normal sewer flow.

Jetting the sewer pipes forces silt and debris forward until it arrives at the next downstream manhole or access point, where it’s vacuumed out by our advanced jet vacuum combination truck.

 

NEW! - Sii360 Adds the RECycler 315 Truck to the Fleet

As the name says, Sii360 has added a new green technology to the fleet that saves both potable water and project time on large diameter sewer trunk lines.  The RECycler 315 typically replaces the need for a traditional flusher truck, water truck and vacuum excavator.  The RECycler 315 also recovers the liquids from the vacuum process and uses them to flush the line instead of 10-15 thousand gallons of potable water per day.

Learn more from the article A RECycled Approach to Sewer Cleaning which offers more detail about this new service from Sii360.

 

Sii360 Cleaning Services

  • High & low pressure cleaning
  • Jet up to 74 GPM of water at 2000 PSI
  • Clean/cut defects in mainlines ranging from 75mm to 3000mm
  • Vacuum debris settled in underground services
  • Hydro excavation services offered

 

What is Hydro Excavation?

Hydro excavation is a non-mechanical, non-destructive process that uses pressurized water and industrial strength vacuum to simultaneously excavate and evacuate soil. As hydro excavation safely breaks up soil, the soil and water slurry is conveyed by vacuum to a debris tank.

Instead of manual or mechanical digging methods, hydro excavation uses water to break up soil, which virtually eliminates any risk of underground utility damage. The hydro excavation process results in safe, fast, precise excavations that require less backfill, labor, restoration, and has less environmental impact than traditional excavation techniques.

 

For more information or to book a Sii360 Cleaning Service, contact Sii360 here.