The idea behind Vac-Ex began in 1993 when John F. Mee founded John Mee Construction Ltd to carry out Civil Engineering works including deep drainage, tunnelling, paving, roads and hard landscaping.
Vac-EX bought their first vacuum excavation unit in 2004, with their first project being short listed for 2 awards. Since then Vac-Ex has developed their practice and are proud to have over 1 million hours with zero strikes, all due to their rigorous training, safety protocols and cutting edge vacuum excavation units.
The company aims to become a ‘one stop shop’ for vacuum excavation, continuing to develop innovative products to provide the best, safest and most versatile units the industry has to offer.
Dino 12 32T
The Vac-Ex 32 Tonne Mega “Dino 12” is our most popular operated vacuum excavation unit. The hydraulic “Mega Arm” is versatile and is the longest reaching hydraulic power arm in the market place.
This unit has the largest carrying capacity on the market at 32 tonne, suitable for transporting all types of excavated material.
T-Vac Midi Skid Mounted
This is a compact yet powerful and versatile vacuum excavation unit and it is capable of handling a wide range of excavation projects.
The T-Vac Midi is available for both operated and self-operated hire with full training provided by our experienced team. We can ensure your operations remain safe and strike-free.
T-Vac Midi Tracked
The T-Vac Midi is a small but powerful unit capable of excavating most types of ground. The units’ small footprint allows it to access the tightest environments and comes with a spoil capacity of 1m³.
The unit is available for both operated and self-operated hire with full training provided by our experienced team. We can ensure your operations remain safe and strike free.
The Vactron Hydro uses its powerful water lance to agitate the ground, which is capable of working in most soil conditions including puddle clay.
Our hydro excavator has a huge carrying capacity of up to 200 litres of water and can be operated 100m from the nearest water source.