Why do we choose to use river dredging machine?

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The cutter suction dredger uses the rotating reamer to loosen the soil at the bottom of the river, mixes it with water to form mud, sucks it into the pump body through the mud suction pipe, and sends it to the mud discharge area through the mud discharge pipe. There are two steel columns at the stern of the dredger. When dredging, one of them is inserted into the river bottom as a positioning pile, and the dredger is pulled by the anchor cable. The positioning pile is used as the center to swing left and right for dredging. So why do we choose to use river dredging machines?

1. The river dredging machine has numerous applications. It is capable of dredging, channel excavation, and hydraulic reclamation in rivers, lakes, and seas. Under certain conditions, the cutter suction dredger is outfitted with high-power (referring to the amount of work done by the object in unit time) cutter equipment to excavate rock strata such as basalt and limestone without blasting.

2. The cutter suction dredger is simple to use and control. The dredger is pulled by an articulated vehicle and uses the two measuring steel cables of the cutter boom and the anchor fixed to the two measuring of the trenching to position and step the steel pile. It uses a specific control swing angle to pump twisted materials to the stacking yard via the sludge pipe. The dredger steps by moving two piles alternately forward and backward.

3. The cutter suction dredger is cost effective. Materials are excavated and transported all at once without the assistance of other ships, and they can be transported multiple times. Engineering costs are relatively low.

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