Manufacturer of Dredge Pump

We are a professional dredge pump factory, specializing in the production of various types of dredge pumps. Our range includes horizontal dredge pumps, vertical dredge pumps, and submersible dredge pumps. We offer a variety of power options, including electric dredge pumps, diesel engine dredge pumps, hydraulic dredge pumps, and excavator mounted dredge pumps, catering to the diverse needs of our customers.

Our horizontal dredge pumps are designed for efficient and high-volume mud dredging operations, while the vertical dredge pumps are suitable for applications where space is limited. The submersible dredge pumps are ideal for underwater dredging tasks. We take pride in delivering reliable and robust equipment that can handle even the toughest of dredging challenges.

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Types of Dredge Pump

Horizontal Diesel Dredge Pump

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Electric Submersible Dredge Pump

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Electric Submersible Dredge Pump with Cutter Head

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WN Sand Dredge Pump

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 High Head Dredge Booster Pump

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Hydraulic Submersible Dredge Pump

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Hydraulic Submersible Dredge Pump with Cutter Head

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Amphibious Excavator Mounted Hydrailc Dredge Pump Attachment

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Horizontal Electric Dredge Pump

Horizontal Electric Dredge Pump

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Hydraulic Dredge Pump With Cutter Suction Head

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Heavy Duty Submersible Dredge Pump

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Vertical Sand Dredge Pump

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A submersible dredge pump can be powered by an electric motor, a diesel generator set, or hydraulic motors through a hydraulic power station. It finds a wide range of applications in several industries, including:

  1. Dredging in Ports, Rivers, and Lakes: Submersible dredge pumps are essential tools for maintaining and clearing ports, riverbeds, and lakes. They are used to remove silt, sediment, and debris, ensuring navigation routes remain clear and accessible.

  2. Underwater Sand Extraction and Land Reclamation: These pumps are frequently deployed for underwater sand extraction, which is crucial for land reclamation projects and coastal development. They play a significant role in creating artificial islands and expanding coastal areas.

  3. Mining and Ore Processing: In the mining sector, submersible dredge pumps are used for handling the discharge of tailings and slurry from ore processing facilities, including iron ore mines and beneficiation plants. They help transport and manage the waste materials efficiently.

  4. Coal Mining and Power Plants: Submersible dredge pumps are employed in coal mining operations to handle the disposal of slurry and waste materials. In power plants, they are used for handling ash and slurry, contributing to environmental and operational efficiency.

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About Us

With over 20 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of dredging pumps, we specialize in producing efficient and durable pumps tailored to specific dredging requirements, accommodating a variety of dredging projects and environments to meet diverse customer needs.

Advanced Technology: We focus on optimizing pump performance, recommending the most suitable pump type and specifications based on the nature of the dredging task to ensure optimal efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Reliability and Durability: Utilizing durable materials and stringent production processes, we minimize downtime and maintenance costs, providing customers with reliable equipment capable of withstanding harsh operating conditions.

Comprehensive Support and Services: Installation guidance, maintenance tips, spare parts supply, and troubleshooting assistance.

Customized Solutions: To address specific customer challenges and unique requirements, we provide customized pump designs and configurations that effectively solve project-specific issues.

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More than 20 years experience in dredging and mining

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2. Customized personalized products.

3. Technical service

Real-time online support including email, chat to assist in responding to customer queries.

4. Installation and commissioning services can be provided for some products as needed.

5. Long-term provision of accessories, technical support.

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FAQ

A dredge pump is a type of pump used to extract material, typically sediment or debris, from the bottom of a body of water or other shallow waterway. Dredge pumps are commonly used in dredging operations, which involve the removal of material from the bottom of rivers, harbors, and other bodies of water to improve navigation or to extract valuable resources such as minerals or oil.

Dredge pumps typically use centrifugal force to move water and the sediment or debris that it contains. They are designed to handle high volumes of water and solids, and they are often equipped with heavy-duty impellers and wear-resistant materials to withstand the harsh conditions of dredging operations.

Dredge pumps come in a variety of sizes and configurations depending on the specific requirements of the dredging operation. Some pumps are mounted on barges or other vessels, while others are portable and can be moved from one location to another.

A dredge pump is a type of pump used in dredging operations to remove material such as sediment, sand, and other debris from the bottom of bodies of water like rivers, lakes, and oceans.

The dredge pump works by creating suction or using an impeller to move water and sediment from the bottom of the water body into a pipeline or other container. The material can then be transported to a different location or disposed of as needed.

Dredge pumps come in various sizes and types, depending on the size and nature of the material being dredged, as well as the distance it needs to be transported. They can be powered by electricity, diesel engines, or hydraulic systems, and can be mounted on a variety of vessels such as barges, dredgers, or excavators.

Overall, dredge pumps are an essential component of many dredging operations, and they help to keep waterways clear and navigable, support marine construction projects, and protect coastal communities from erosion and flooding.

A dredge pump is a type of centrifugal pump used to transport sand, mud, and other solids in mining, construction, and environmental applications. The pump works by converting mechanical energy from a motor or engine into fluid energy, which moves the dredged material through a pipeline or hose.

The dredge pump consists of an impeller, volute casing, and suction inlet. The impeller is a rotating component with curved blades that spin inside the volute casing, which is a stationary housing that directs the flow of fluid. The suction inlet is a port where the material enters the pump.

When the impeller rotates, it creates a centrifugal force that moves the fluid and solids outward from the center of the impeller. This force creates a low-pressure zone in the center of the impeller, which draws the material into the pump through the suction inlet. As the material enters the pump, it is mixed with the fluid and moved towards the volute casing.

Once the material reaches the volute casing, the fluid and solids are directed towards the discharge outlet, where they exit the pump and are transported through the pipeline or hose. The discharge pressure of the pump depends on the design of the impeller and volute casing, as well as the speed of the motor or engine driving the pump.

The distance that a dredge pump can transport sand depends on several key factors. Here are some important considerations:

Dredging Depth: Dredging depth refers to the depth at which the pump extracts sand from the surface to the seabed.

Sand Characteristics: The nature of the sand being dredged is crucial. Depending on the particle diameter and density of the sand, finer sand may be pumped over longer distances compared to coarse or heavy sand.

Sediment Concentration: The concentration of sand and sediment in the water will affect the pump’s transport distance.

Altitude Changes: Significant changes in altitude along the transportation route can impact the pump’s transport distance. For example, pumping sand uphill requires more energy and may limit the distance.

Pipe Diameter and Material: Different pipe materials and diameters used for transportation result in varying friction and resistance, affecting the transport distance.

Dredge Pump Type: The type of dredge pump used plays a crucial role in determining its sand transport distance. High-head dredge pumps can transport sand over longer distances.

Dredge Pump Size and Power: The size and power of the dredge pump also influence its sand transport capacity. Larger, more powerful dredge pumps can transport sand over greater distances.

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