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Horizontal Directional Drilling of Telecommunication Lines: A Reliable and Efficient Method
Directional drilling is a form of trenchless technology in which a drill is used to create a path underground for the installation of water and sewer lines. This method is generally preferred over traditional open-trench methods due to its minimal disruption of the surface, cost-effectiveness, and ability to get around obstacles such as boulders or existing infrastructure.
Why Use HDD for for water and sewer lines?
- Durable: HDDs are a very durable material and can withstand a variety of extreme weather conditions, making them ideal for long-term use in water and sewer lines.
- Cost-Effective: HDDs are cost-effective compared to other materials, as they last longer and require less maintenance.
- Flexibility: HDDs can be bent and shaped to fit any size and shape of a pipe, allowing for more flexibility in water and sewer line installations.