Accessories – Ancillary Dredge & Pump Components

Accessories – Discharge Slurry Hoses, HPUs, VFDs, Pipe Floats, RTK GPS, Long Reach Fronts and Cutterheads

Augment your dredging project with our selection of top-rated dredge accessories.

All of our dredge and pump accessories have been developed for heavy-duty, abrasive applications, as well as tested to work seamlessly with all EDDY Pump and dredging equipment.


HDPE stands for High-Density Polyethylene, a type of plastic commonly used for pipes and fittings in various applications, with dredging and pumping slurry being one of the most common and best. HDPE pipes are known for their durability, strength, and versatility.

Dredging Suction and Discharge Hoses
High-quality slurry hose built with thick inner rubber liners designed to maximize flow and throughput while retaining long-lasting durability. Flexible dredge hose from 3 inches to 12-inch diameter. OEM recommended and tested for abrasive dredge applications.

We have a 25-year history of dredging and building highly engineered hydraulic powered dredging solutions. This includes building custom HPU’s for the specific projects we managed. If you are looking for USA built, high quality with proven results then call us about your Hydraulic Power project.

VFD - Variable Frequency Device
Adding a variable frequency drive (VFD) to your pump can change it from a pump that operates at one speed (single flow rate) to a pump that can operate at variable speeds (range of flow rates) without the use of a gearbox or switching to a different electric motor.
EZ Connect Floats

We offer modular, one-size-fits-all pipe and hose floats. This means they can be reused for different-sized pipes. They are also quicker to install with easy-to-connect straps and stainless-steel ratchets. Our floats are also environmentally friendly when they are not filled with foam. We can provide both air and foam-filled options.

HPU - Hydraulic Power Unit - Learn More

Doppler slurry flow meters measure flow from outside a rigid pipeline with a clamp-on sensor. This allows for pump operators to maintain critical line velocity, preventing costly pipeline clogs.


can provide custom dredge positioning and monitoring systems for your barge or excavator mounted dredging system as well as custom solutions for real time monitoring of the dredge’s position beneath the water surface.

Welcome to the future of pipeline monitoring – Dredge Vision. Revolutionize your operations with the ultimate pipeline discharge camera system, now powered by Starlink technology.

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Excavator Dredge Accessories


Long Reach Extended Arm and Boom kit designed for 5 to 130-ton excavators. It can increase the reach of your excavator up to 2x.  Each kit comes pre-Plumbed hydraulic and slurry hose brackets; saves time and gets the project started sooner.

amphibious dredging equipment

Amphibious Excavators are perfect for hard to reach marsh, swamp and shallow water dredging projects. Pontoon undercarriages also called amphibious undercarriage make this possible. Change out the factory excavator undercarriage with a floating amphibious undercarriage and dredge further.

Cutterhead Dredge Attachment

Replace teeth as they wear, or buy a cutterhead for your custom application. See optional dredge cutter heads.

Jetting Ring Dredge Attachment

Replace the cutter with a water jetting ring for breakup or liquefication of dry material. Also for poly liner applications. 

The self-cleaning head attachment is ideal for effectively pumping highly viscous mud or sludge at a continuous production rate.

The liner-safe wheels allow for dredging operations in areas with poly or concrete-lined pits, canals, or other sensitive surfaces. 

For fine slurry, use the Auger Head to dredge a wider footprint.


XL Reach Excavator Dredge Pump. The XTRA Long version features a 13ft extension for an impressive combined 23 Feet Reach! Learn More 

Slurry Hose Boom

Jetting Ring Dredge Attachment
Mount the discharge slurry hose on this pivoting boom. The hose stays in place giving the excavator a wider range of motion.

Dredge Equipment Config Options

  • Numerous Dredge and Pump Configurations
  • Electric, Hydraulic, or Diesel Driven
  • Customizable Dredges and Pump Systems
  • Various Cutterhead Options
  • Remote Operation Capability
  • GPS / RTK Precise Positioning and Dredging
  • Liner-Safe Operation (Clay, Poly, Concrete, etc)
  • Environmentally Safe
  • Low to No Turbidity
  • Easy to Ship and Assemble Worldwide
  • Self-Priming Systems Available

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are ancillary dredge products?
Ancillary dredge products are essential accessories and components that complement the operation of dredging equipment. They include items such as hoses, control systems, power units, and spare parts.

Why are ancillary dredge products important?
Ancillary dredge products play a crucial role in ensuring the efficient and effective operation of dredging equipment. They help optimize performance, enhance safety, and minimize downtime by providing necessary support and functionality.

What types of ancillary dredge products does EDDY Pump offer?

EDDY Pump offers a comprehensive range of ancillary dredge products, including but not limited to:

  • Dredge hoses
  • Control systems
  • Power units (electric or diesel)
  • Spare parts kits
  • Custom fabrication services


How do I choose the right ancillary dredge products for my application?
Choosing the right ancillary dredge products depends on various factors, such as the type of dredging operation, environmental conditions, desired performance, and budget. Our team of experts can assist you in selecting the most suitable products based on your specific requirements.

Are EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products compatible with other dredging equipment brands?
Yes, EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products are designed to be compatible with a wide range of dredging equipment brands. However, for optimal compatibility and performance, it’s recommended that you consult with our team and provide details about your existing equipment.

Do you offer customization options for ancillary dredge products?
Yes, EDDY Pump provides customization options for ancillary dredge products to meet unique customer needs and specifications. Whether it’s custom hose lengths, control system configurations, or specialized spare parts, we can tailor solutions to suit your requirements.

How can I order EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products?
Ordering EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products is easy. Simply visit our website at, navigate to the Ancillary Dredge Products section, and browse through our product offerings. You can place an order online or contact our sales team for assistance.

What are the shipping and delivery options for ancillary dredge products?
We offer worldwide shipping for EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products. Shipping options and delivery times may vary depending on your location and order size. Our logistics team will work with you to ensure prompt and secure delivery.

Do you provide technical support and after-sales service for ancillary dredge products?
Yes, EDDY Pump is committed to providing excellent customer support and after-sales service. Our team of technical experts is available to assist you with installation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and any other inquiries you may have regarding our ancillary dredge products.

What is the warranty coverage for EDDY Pump ancillary dredge products?
EDDY Pump offers warranty coverage for all ancillary dredge products against manufacturing defects and malfunctions. Warranty terms may vary depending on the product type and are outlined in detail at the time of purchase. Additionally, we provide ongoing support to ensure your satisfaction with our products.

What is pump dredging?
Pump dredging, also known as hydraulic dredging, is a method of removing sediment, debris, and other materials from bodies of water using specialized pumps. These pumps create a suction force to extract the material from the waterbed, which is then transported via pipelines to a designated location.

What is dredging equipment in construction?
Dredging equipment in construction refers to machinery and tools specifically designed for excavation, sediment removal, and material transportation in aquatic environments. This equipment includes dredge pumps, dredge hoses, control systems, and other ancillary products essential for effective dredging operations.

What tool is used for dredging?
The primary tool used for dredging is a dredge pump. Dredge pumps are specialized hydraulic pumps capable of creating suction and transporting large volumes of material, such as sand, silt, and sludge, from the bottom of water bodies to the surface or to a designated discharge location.

What is dredging material?
Dredging material refers to the mixture of sediment, sand, silt, clay, organic matter, and other debris that is excavated and removed from the bottom of water bodies during dredging operations. This material may vary in composition depending on the location and purpose of the dredging project.

What are the basics of dredging?
The basics of dredging involve excavating, removing, and transporting sediment and debris from the bottom of water bodies using specialized equipment such as dredge pumps, suction hoses, and pipelines. Dredging operations are typically conducted to maintain waterway depths, improve navigation, control erosion, and support construction projects.

What is the principle of a dredger?
The principle of a dredger revolves around using hydraulic suction or mechanical excavation to loosen and remove sediment, debris, and other materials from the bottom of water bodies. Dredgers utilize specialized equipment and techniques to create a dredge pump suction force, which lifts the material to the surface for transportation and disposal.

What is hydraulic dredging?
Hydraulic dredging is a dredging method that utilizes hydraulic pumps to create suction and extract sediment, sand, silt, and other materials from the bottom of water bodies. The dredged material is then transported via pipelines to a designated disposal site or reclamation area. Hydraulic dredging is known for its efficiency, flexibility, and minimal environmental impact compared to traditional mechanical dredging methods.