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dredger
03:53:59 Sat
Jun 1 2013

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Re: Dredging w/Hydraulic Excavator

I have been having trouble with photobucket, my fault more then theirs,
Work site clearly marked ,

Worksite fg,

Work site after rehab,

testing, :confused:

  
dredger
00:48:42 Mon
Jun 3 2013

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Ok that worked, :smile:

I have been trying to get "to " these pics to post them for weeks, my fault,

New guys please note, if you click on reply, you can scroll down and see all the work site pics on one page,

I refer back to the pic showing the rear of the trench, ( and drunk sleeping it off ) my line of thought when digging the trench, is first I dig a deep hole behind the sluice, for the tailings to build up in, ( and i dig out those tailings a few times a day, takes a few mins each time, ),
Then continue 10 – 15 feet of straight trench to direct the flow from the rear of the sluice, then I cut a trench back, Y section, 15' trench back to the foot valves, make a PAD for the engine frame, then back to the main trench, where I leave a “ dam” in the trench, please note this first sections of the trenchs have to be deep enough to ensure there is water covering the foot valves in the morning, the dam restricts the flow out of the front section or Y section trench, the focus is as soon as the pumps start pumping, the jet starts moving allot more water down the sluice, around the Y section and feeds the foot valves asap, the water level rises above the trench dam and flows down the remaining length of the trench, to the filtration wall section,
sorry back asap, dredger.

  

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