Vermeer

Definition - What does Vermeer mean?

Vermeer is a manufacturing company that has innovative equipment for all kinds of jobs whether it is for agricultural, construction or industrial work.

Headquartered in the United States, Vermeer has sprung its dealerships all over the world. Local dealers of Vermeer in different countries ensure that any equipment bought is an investment and that adequate support is provided when needed.

Vermeer has developed machinery for the trenchless construction industry that is helping contractors to get the job done quickly, cost-effectively and with minimal disturbance to surface traffic.

Trenchlesspedia explains Vermeer

Vermeer was established in 1948 by Gary Vermeer and is now in its third generation. Innovation and vision has transformed Vermeer into a household name in the trenchless construction industry. Whether it is for installing or replacing water and sewer lines, Vermeer has the right machinery to get the work done productively and cost-effectively.

Vermeer AXIS guided boring system is a trenchless installation method that is launched from a pit with pinpoint grade, tolerance and accuracy required for installing sewer and water pipelines. The versatility of the AXIS system enables installing pipes of various sizes and specifications and is adaptable to different site conditions. Vermeer's Navigator series of directional drills and units is ideal for installation of underground utilities such as gas, cables, electric lines, water lines, soil remediation lines etc. without digging a trench.

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