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All Terrain – Specialist Rock Excavation

USL are able to offer to their clients a bespoke rock drilling solution, utilising DTH (down the hole) diamond tipped rock hammer technology coupled with air compression allows cylindrical rock holes to be dug easily to a depths in excess of 2.5 metres. This in conjunction with USL’s tracked pole erection units (PEU) offers a very cost effective ‘all in one’ solution negating the need for various pieces of plant from different companies to be on site simultaneously. The use of the tracked PEU also means that all of these works can be carried out with the very minimum of ground disturbance.

Roadside rock drilling is also a service that USL offer their current clients in different areas of the UK, they have a fleet of specially adapted road going PEU’s that carry the same DTH and air compression combination.

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