Plain Suction ECO 150 (6 inch) is a compact, easily maneuverable, one container transportable dredger. It is especially suitable for thick layered sand extraction projects, due to its standard dredging depth of 8m, which can be easily extended up to 20m depth, depending on the project requirements.
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.
Side pontoons of ECO 150 can fold upwards. Thus, it is easy to mobilize, launch on project site & store for later use. It is extremely practical for reoccurring maintenance projects.
Plain suction ECO 150 is a budget dredger due to its low purchase price. Additionally, it has low fuel consumption, which results in small operational costs as well as decreased CO2 emissions.
Submersible dredge pump
Plain suction ECO 150 is equipped with a submersible dredge pump, which achieves high pumping flow of high density mixture. Therefore, it has higher production rates than a regular pump.
Standard dredging depth of 8m can be extended to 20m through an additional adapter placed in between the dredge pump and the plain suction head system.
The dredger can be supplied with a hydraulic thruster in the back of the dredger. This makes the dredger self-propelled, resulting in easier maneuverability around the dredging area.
Plain Suction ECO 150 production in water
Plain Suction ECO 150 production insitu
Plain suction ECO 150 Applications
Reservoir, lake & dam dredging
Plain suction ECO 150 is compact, easy to operate & launch on site, even in the most remote or small areas. It can efficiently remove newly accumulated silt in lakes, dams or reservoirs to maintain their full capacity. Its max. depth of 8m can be extended to 20m – ideal for dam & reservoir reclamation.
Plain suction ECO 150 features a compact design for easy maneuverability & transport to any remote project site. It can remove accumulated, loose sediments without disturbing the quality of water entering the plant or damaging the infrastructure of water intake channels.