Trenchless Drilling Technology

Drilling is a necessary process in most construction projects, but it is also useful for gaining access to underground utilities for maintenance purposes. Unfortunately, the process of drilling can cause unwanted surface disruptions that can lead to costly repairs. When drilling on a construction yard, there is less risk of unwanted surface disruption and damage. With no structure in the way, it is easy to simply dig a trench and get to where you need to be. However, trenches are not always a viable solution for some drilling projects.

HPD Drilling offers a trenchless technology that is ideal for minimising surface disruption during drilling. Horizontal directional drilling, or HDD for short, does not require the digging of trenches. This drilling process sees the drill head penetrating the ground at a near-horizontal angle, as opposed to a vertical one. The drill head follows a set path when drilling into the ground, retracting through the same path once the destination is reached. As a result, little to no surface disruptions are caused and the need for a trench is eliminated.

Trenchless drilling technology is very useful for when any type of surface damage or disruption simply is not an option. HPD Drilling can deliver horizontal directional drilling services for your next project. This drilling process can also drill underneath large bodies of water without problem. Trenchless technology for drilling has many benefits as well. It removes the need for digging a trench in the first place, not to mention offering the advantage of not having to fill the hole once drilling is complete.

Choose HPD Drilling for all your trenchless drilling technology solutions. Horizontal directional drilling is simple and easy and will save your business valuable time and money in the process. For more information on our trenchless technology, feel free to browse our website at your leisure. Do away with the need for digging large trenches to gain access to underground utilities and choose HPD Drilling instead.