Piece by piece

Dredge components to work together to relocate sediment

 

There’s a reason another term used for the dredge cutterhead is a “fish mouth.” The auger’s teeth cut through sediment on the bottom of the lake, and it then sucks that sediment through the esophagus of the dredge, traveling the length of the pipeline until it is finally deposited into the stomach that is the confined disposal facility.

For more: https://www.albertleatribune.com/2018/05/piece-by-piece-2/

 

 

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