Lindblad Construction offers Hydrovac-Excavation performance in the harshest weather conditions and on the toughest terrains
Hydrovac excavation is used as a safe alternative to mechanical excavation in order to prevent damage to buried utilities.
Hydrovac excavation allows crews to excavate safely while navigating buried facilities such as oil & gas lines, energized lines, water-mains, sewage pathways, and communication lines.
Mud Dog® 1600 Hydrovac-Excavation Truck
Lindblad Construction’s Mud Dog MD 1600 vacuum truck allows for safe excavation near buried utilities and structures rather than use of traditional digging equipment. The Mud Dog MD 1600 uses pressurized water or compressed air combined with an industrial strength vacuum for excavation and removal of debris. The 1600 cubic yard debris body is equipped with a tilt-ejection system and internal body flush-out system that allows for the safe removal of debris stored inside the body. The truck utilizes an anti-freeze system, as well as exterior water lines that are heated, insulated, and covered so that the Mud Dog may be used in harsh winter weather conditions. The 8’ telescoping boom allows for 19’ to 27’ reach and has the ability to rotate 335-degrees. The boom pivots downward 25-degrees to allow for an additional 8’ of digging.