Dredge Contractor ServicesIn the over two decades of designing world-leading pump technology in the dredging industry, Eddy Pump Corporation has developed practical experience to offer referrals to dredging contractors who are experts with our equipment. Need a Dredging Contractor?
With the experience of over more than two decades in the dredging industry, Eddy Pump has developed a network of the top dredge contractors all over the US and the world that utilize Eddy Pump’s equipment to offer the lowest total cost dredging solution with the lowest environmental impact. This allows these dredging contractors to often save thousands if not millions on having to dewater contaminated and non-contaminated dredge sediment and work around expensive environmental restrictions.
While EDDY Pump does not perform dredging contracting ourselves, our network of expert dredge and dredging service contractors are highly experienced in providing dredging contracting service and are highly adept at utilizing a variety of Eddy Pump equipment.
These dredging contractors often pair the Eddy Pump dredges with the most leading dredging and dewatering methods utilizing geotextile bags, hydro-cyclones, mechanical presses, and other dewatering methods.
Excavator Dredge Attachment Video
Dredging Contractor Service
EDDY Pump Trusted Providers.
We are an OEM dredge equipment manufacturer. If you need a Dredge Contractor, contact us, we can recommend an operator in your state.
If you are interested in being connected to an Eddy Pump approved dredge contractor in your area, please fill out the details below or call us at 619-258-7020.
If you are an experienced marine dredger looking to offer EDDY Pump Equipment, contact us also.
What We Need From You
Submit as much as you can. This two page form will help determine the pump size, power recommendations, and rotor to be paired with the pump. Project questions you should consider.
- What type of material will be pumped? (sand, mud, coarser particles, sludge, etc)
- Flow rate target goals? (400 GPM, e.g.)
- Length of pipeline? (700 FT or M, e.g.)
- Elevation rise of pipeline? (20 FT or M, e.g.)
- Type of pipeline? (plastic, metal, e.g.)
- What is the density (specific gravity) of the material?
- What is the viscosity (centipoise) of the material?
Why EDDY Pumps Are Better – Highlights
This video shows how EDDY Pump outperforms centrifugal pumps when pumping high solids abrasive, viscous or corrosive slurries.