What is Directional Boring?
Directional boring, commonly called horizontal directional drilling (HDD) is a steerable trench-less technique of installing underground pipes, conduits and cables in a shallow arc along a prearranged bore path by means of a surface launched boring rig, with the lowest possible impact on the surrounding vicinity. Directional boring is utilized when trenching or excavating is not effective. Directional boring decreases environmental disturbance and is fitting for a diversity of soil conditions and projects including road, landscape and river crossings.
Reasons to use Directional Boring:
Directional & Curved Capabilities
Less Traffic Disruption
Longer Installation Distances
Safer For The Environment
Shorter Project Completion Times