Dredging is the process of removing organic and/or inorganic sediment from the bottom of shallow water bodies in order to economically dispose of those sediments and/or have them repurposed for land farming or construction purposes. Elgin Separation Solutions manufactures effective solid recycling systems capable of handling high flow capacity. Elgin`s linear motion shakers have the largest screening surface area on the market. In addition, we have complete desilter and desander hydrocyclone manifolds incorporated...
LWT’s dredging systems are used for environmental remediation and cleanup. The automated dredging systems from LWT can handle the toughest contaminated sludge and keep operators safe with radio remote operation. Bio-degradable hydraulic oil used in the dredges eliminates any environmental hazards.
Liquid Waste Technology’s dredging systems are widely used for industrial lagoon dredging applications. Electric driven or diesel engine driven dredges are used for removing mine tailings, dredging chemical processing waste ponds, and slag recovery. Automation can be added to make dredging industrial lagoons more efficient and productive.
Liquid Waste Technology’s dredging systems are used for power plant cooling water dredge applications. LWT’s dredges are designed to remove the sand, silt and sediment that build up in reception ponds and inlet channels to power plants. Each dredging system is custom built for the inlet water application, including the level of automation, removal rate and dredging depth required for each job.
LWT`s dredging systems are used for aeration lagoon / pond dredging applications. A dredging system for removal and disposal of raw sewage solids, decayed algae and microorganisms, and algae-laden sludge results in a long term solution for treatment plants. Aeration lagoon / pond dredging increases lagoon storage volume, provides improved detention time, and accommodates increased plant flow.
LWT’s dredging systems can be used for wastewater treatment plant, pond, lagoon dredging applications. Complete automated remote controlled dredging systems result in increased plant efficiency, and accommodate increased plant flow. One of the keys to successful automated controls is the ability of the dredge system to feed a constant percentage of solids to the pressing plant, using in-line density and flow meters to allow the operators to dial in the desired rate of solids.
Maintenance of industrial pools is easily done by utilizing Watermaster`s suction dredging capabilities and independent moving capabilities. It is easy to transport our Watermaster to the site on a trailer and from there the dredger simply `walks` to the pool by itself. At the pool Watermaster moves with its own propulsion system and can also move to another pool by using its excavator assembly and spuds. From the pool the dredger can pump the mass in another pool up to one and a half kilometres away. By backhoe...
Maintenance is easily done by utilizing Watermaster`s suction dredging capabilities and independent moving capabilities.
Watermaster is easy to transport to the site on a trailer and from there the dredger simply walks into the pool by itself. In the pool Watermaster moves with its own propulsion system and can also move to another pool by using its excavator assembly and spuds. It can pump the mass into another pool up to 1,5 kilometres away. By backhoe work it can build and repair the pool banks.