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dredgerRe: New Zealand dredge nearly ready.
:smile::smile: so would i Jim,

Maybe a small hyd arm, small ( or slightly bigger cutter head,) suction nozzle, considering the draft,weight of materials being processed,weight of water carrying the materials being processed,weight of fuel,??.

If they use a sluice or jig concept to process the materials, the hyd arm may cause the the whole pontoon to rock in the water too much for good production,??.

Kiwi's are pretty inervative, and the ground is good, and plenty of it,best of luck to them, I will try to find out more info, phil.
Jim_AlaskaRe: New Zealand dredge nearly ready.
It would be interesting to get a look at the whole machine and its parts.
dredgerRe: New Zealand dredge nearly ready.
Hoping my source will find more info, enjoy, :smile:
dredgerNew Zealand dredge nearly ready.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/news/6141636/River-dredging-banks-on-

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