PKX Red White


With more than 20 years of industry experience, our excavation division, PKX, provides the personnel and technology to meet your non-destructive hydro excavation and trenching needs. PKX’s hydro excavation process provides a safe alternative to conventional digging methods such as track hoes, augers, backhoes and bulldozers. Unlike traditional mechanical excavation, damage or disruption to critical underground utilities is minimized by using pressurized water, in addition to high-power vacuuming. This method of excavation can significantly reduce the risk of damage to site infrastructure.

PKX’s safe hydro excavation technology can complete a typical excavation project in a fraction of the time compared to conventional digging methods.


  • Most powerful water pressure and suction in the industry to easily excavate frozen ground
  • Non-destructive soil and debris removal, trenching, remote digging, and potholing reaches locations where traditional excavation may not be possible
  • Rear-mounted boom offers impressive range of motion and pivot
  • Tilt-ejection unloading provides fast and thorough removal of debris
  • Surrounding area and soil remain undamaged which increases efficiency and decreases downtime
  • Remote controlled vacuuming and water system, allowing for one man operation
  • Integrated fall-protection harness decreases safety-related incidents

Industries Served

  • Construction
  • Industrial
  • Government & Municipal

Safety and Affiliations

  • Superior EMR and TRIR ratings
  • All operators OQ
  • Affiliations with all unions

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Request a Quote or call 1-800-972-3800


Boom Range27' reach, 335° total range, 45° upward pivot, 25° downward pivot, 35' digging depth
Vacuum Blower5,800 CFM 27" blower
Water Pump3,200 PSI water pumps
Storage Tank1,500-gallon water tank, 18 GPM flow
Debris Storage12-cubic yard debris tank
Remote DiggingRemote digging to 600'
NozzlesMultiple cutting nozzles
Heater705K BTU water heater

Service Area

Our Excavation Solutions are available in the following regions:

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