The future of marine life conservation rests on developing new and innovative technologies that can help us understand and protect our oceans and their creatures. One such technology is the Eddy Pump, a diver-operated dredge pump that can be electric or hydraulic-powered.
The Eddy Pump Diver-Operated Dredge can be used to run 1, 2, or 3 simultaneous dive operators at once, making it an invaluable tool for marine life conservation efforts.
So far, the Eddy Pump Diver-Operated Dredge has been used to successfully remove marine debris from coral reefs, document and track marine animals’ movements, and monitor the coral reefs’ health. The Eddy Pump Diver-Operated Dredge is just one example of the many new technologies being developed to help us conserve our oceans and the creatures that call them home.
The ever-present need to conserve and protect our planet’s natural resources has given birth to many new technologies, industries, and practices. One such area of innovation is in the field of marine life conservation. As the effects of climate change continue to be felt around the world, the need to conserve and protect our oceans and the creatures that inhabit them has never been greater.
One area of marine life conservation that is often overlooked is the effects of human activity on the ocean floor. Every year, millions of tons of debris and pollution are dumped into the world’s oceans. This debris can have a devastating effect on the delicate ecology of the ocean floor.
The Eddy Pump Diver-Operated Dredge is a new type of dredge that is designed to remove this debris and pollution from the ocean floor in a way that is gentle and non-destructive. The Eddy Pump Diver-Operated Dredge is powered by divers, making it a safe and environmentally-friendly way to clean up the ocean floor.
The Eddy Pump is just one example of the innovative technologies that are being developed to help protect and conserve our planet.
The Submersible Diver Operated Dredge System is a highly efficient way to dredge material from the bottom of a lake or ocean. The design is quickly mobilized and can pump up to 150 cubic yards of material per hour. With this system, you can use precision dredge like never before. Divers can be up close to the material needed to be pumped, ensuring an accurate and efficient job. The unit can be powered electrically or hydraulically, and one system can allow one, two, or three suction hoses and divers to operate simultaneously.
Diver Dredge Overview
- 4-in and 6-inch Diver Dredges are the most common
- Pump Up to 40-60% solids
- Run one, two, or three divers simultaneously
- Over 300-ft suction hose
- Pumping distances of over 2500-ft
- Electric or Hydraulic power options