Understanding Dredging: Three Different Uses for this Operation


What is Dredging?

Dredging in an operation or process in which an excavation is conducted to remove sediments in shallow areas of water. This operation has different uses and applications.

 Maintenance of Waterways

After multiple passages, waterways and channels can become shallow due to the collection of mud and sediments. Dredging is used to maintain deep, navigational passageways.

Capital/Investment Works

These types of work involve the removal of hard materials, which a dredge can get done. Dredging is used in the creation of new harbors and waterways, or the deepening of surrounding areas to allow access for larger ships.

Beach Nourishment

The sand on beaches can be eroded by storms and the wavers over time, but mining sand with the help of a dredge can be used to replace lost sand, nourishing the beach.

A dredge will be needed to get the job done right. You can purchase dredges from Dragflow North America to get your dredging activities underway.

About Dragflow North America

Dragflow North America offers the toughest Slurry, Sludge, Sand Pumps, and Dredges with the shortest delivery time to the US market.
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