Micro-trenching

Micro-Trenching is mainly dedicated to installing Telecom networks (FTTB, CCTV) in urban areas or on motorways, alongside cycling paths or railway tracks, by road curbs, and generally speaking where shallow depth is not a confirmed risk of environmental agression.
Faster and more economical than traditional methods, Micro-Trenching requires dedicated machines suitable for making trenches 50 – 90mm wide, with varying depth down to 500mm maximum.
Rubble is either left in beads alongside the trench, and then removed and loaded for being used as stable fill later, or rubble is vacuum sucked during trenching operation.

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