Why EDDY Pumps Are Better
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Gold Mining Sub Dredge With EDDY Pump Technology
Underwater gold mining, for a long time, has been a very labor intensive and often low-yielding process. Divers are often put into freezing cold and often dangerous waters in order to pump gold rich sands to make their fortunes.
Currently the biggest issues stem from the ability to operate at depths of greater than 25 feet, the dependency on divers and the inefficiency of pumps.
Recently EDDY Pump Corporation out of El Cajon, CA was asked to come out to Nome, Alaska in order to showcase its gold mining solution on one of the most watched shows on the Discovery Channel.
EDDY Pump stepped up to the challenge by sending out the Subdredge. This remote-operated submersible dredge shattered all pre-existing issues and restrictions that currently plague the industry.
This remote-operated dredge can operate at depths exceeding 125 feet while safely being controlled by an operator at the surface. The utilization of high-powered lights, cameras, and acoustical positioning allows the operator the ability to precisely maneuver and operate the dredge with the utmost accuracy.
With references from Bering Sea Gold, referring to it as the Golden Sea Horse Dredge, there is truly no limits for the Sub-Dredge. After 4-weeks of operation under the 5-foot thick ice of Nome, Alaska, the Subdredge can truly be seen as the new wave of the future in underwater gold mining and will soon be seen by millions on the Discovery Channel!
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