This compact budget dredger can be transported in one standard, high cube (40 feet) container in an assembled state. The compact design makes it easy to transport, launch, operate & store for later use.
The dredger includes a world-renowned Caterpillar engine, which is a lightweight engine with low CO2 emissions. Its compact size allows for small, but powerful Auger ECO 200 design.
Side pontoons of ECO 200 can fold upwards. Thus, it is easy to mobilize, launch on project site & store for later use. It is very practical for reoccurring maintenance projects.
When needed, cutting knives are fixed to the auger head through a bolt connection. They can be easily interchanged between different types of knives or replaced when worn out.
Submersible dredge pump
Hydraulically driven submersible dredge pump achieves higher pumping flow of higher density mixture. Therefore, its overall production rates are higher than of a pump mounted in the pontoons.
Auger dredger ECO 200 can be supplied with a hydraulic thruster in the back of the pontoons. This makes the dredger self-propelled, resulting in easier maneuverability around the dredging area.
Auger ECO 200 production in water
Auger ECO 200 production insitu
Auger ECO 200 Applications
Adaptive auger head featured on Auger ECO 200 causes minimal to no turbidity, protects marine animals from entering the suction system & avoids dispersion of pollutants. Due to its environmentally friendly design and precision, it is especially suitable for cleaning contaminated soils.
Canals & channels require regular maintenance dredging to retain safe depths for navigation. Adaptive auger head ensures high production rates of fine, loose sediments & low turbidity to protect the environment. This dredger is compact & can be easily removed and stored for later use.
Auger ECO 200 is a good tool for water intake cleaning at industrial plants. It causes minimal to no turbidity to maintain high quality of water entering the plant. Additionally, it removes loose sediments in a precise manner without damaging infrastructure of the water intake channel.