Whitecourt Vacuum Trucks Services
Nelson Bros. Oilfield Services offers a fleet of Vacuum trucks services for Whitecourt : Tri-drives, Tandems, Single axle, we also have 4 vacuum trailers available for of your large volume projects.
Our trucks come with high pressure wash systems, equipped with boilers capable to supply steam for cleaning, and or thawing purposes. Nelson Bros offers hydro-vac/daylighting services, we can make quick work of any project with our two eight inch boom trucks, along with six hydrovac trucks using bumper pickers that act like a boom. Our vacuum trucks also come equipped with breathing air for any vessel entries you may need and or plant turnarounds. Please contact our dispatch for current pricing or any other services you may require.
Nelson bros. Oilfield services is a trucking and rental equipment company servicing the Oil and gas industry in Alberta.
We began operations Feb 01, 1987 and are based out of Drayton valley, Alberta. Also Known as the oil capital of Canada, Drayton valley is situated approximately 160 km Southwest of Edmonton, the provincial capital.
Our company’s motto has always been “your one stop shop”. Check out the complete list of our products and services and you’ll see what we mean. There’s no need to call anywhere else.
Our vision is to supply great customer service in a safe environment. At the Site level, we accomplish this by supplying first class quality equipment, operated by Knowledgeable personnel.
We want to acknowledge all of our hard working employees, both past and present, for Their contributions towards our success. We’ve seen a lot of changes to this industry in the past 30 years and we couldn’t have done it without them.
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Whitecourt is a town in central Alberta, Canada within Woodlands County. It is located approximately 177 km (110 mi) northwest of Edmonton and 279 km (173 mi) southeast of Grande Prairie at the junction of Highway 43 and Highway 32, and has an elevation of 690 m (2,260 ft).