Dino6

Dino6


The Dino6 is a small dredge machine used to remove accumulated sludges and sediment from a body of water.

The Dino6 Sediment Removal System, also known as the DinoSix Dredge, is uniquely portable dredge. It is the most affordable small diesel dredge in its class. Simple and easy to operate, the Dino6 portable dredge barge boat is more durable than machines weighing and costing twice as much. This small dredge was developed to perform jobs inaccessible to other equipment. Weighing only 3,800 pounds, the Dino6 can access retention ponds, golf courses, sediment lagoons, home association lakes, marinas, and a myriad of other tasks that excavators and large hydraulic dredges simply cannot get to.

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  • Dino6: Our Sediment Removal System

    The Dino6 sediment removal system is comprised of a small dredge manufactured domestically. The Dino6 measures just over 22′ long and 6′ wide and is less than 6′ tall. With a wet weight around 3800 pounds, it is a very lightweight portable dredge, with a low cost of mobilization, and a small footprint.

    Mobilization costs are a fraction of a typical six inch dredge. The launching and loading are more like a boat than a conventional dredge or excavator.  There is no damage to the shoreline or tracks to be repaired.

    Our lightweight and portable dredge is powered by a Cummins diesel engine.  The system is simple and easy to operate.  It excavates sediment with a durable, high-torque, direct-drive cutter head and pumps at rates up to 1500 gpm through the highly abrasion-resistant, hydraulic submersible dredge pump.

  • Durable & Long Lasting 

    • Heavy Duty Construction
    • Stainless Steel Pontoons
    • Hardened Pump Components
    • Simple Effective Controls
    • Simple Effective Maintenance

    Portable & Lightweight

    • Ideal for Small & Medium Dredging Jobs
    • Low-Cost Mobilization & Demobilization
    • 14″ Draft
    • Trailerable System 
    • “One Truck Transportable”

    Exceptional Performance

    • Exceeds 1 C.Y. (Insitu)/Min Displacement
    • Can Pass 3″ Debris
    • 1000 GPM@50 FT Up or 800 FT Out
    • Only 3 Gal/Hour Fuel During Pumping
  • Specs:

    • Length: 21 ft
    • Width: 71 inch
    • Height: 64 inch
    • Discharge Diameter: 6 inch
    • Horsepower: 65
    • Fuel Capacity: 30
    • Working Depth: 14 inch to 13 feet
    • Flow 1500 GPM Max: 1,100 GPM @50 ft TDH
  • 1. How deep can the Dino6 work?

    A: The Dino6 can excavate at a thirteen-foot depth in standard configuration, a three-foot boom extension allows for an additional two foot of cutting capability

    2. What is the distance I can pump with the Dino6?

    A: The Dino6 is rated at 1100 gallons per minute at 50 feet of total dynamic head. Which means it can deliver 1100 gallons per minute 50 feet straight up in the air or (based on frictional losses in the pipeline) it can deliver 1100 GPM over 800 feet horizontally. The specific gravity of your sediment can affect the distance you will be able to pump. Velocity in the pipeline is critical to keeping heavy materials in suspension. A booster pump can be used with this system.

    3. Will the Dino6 clear the vegetation off my lagoon?

    A: The Dino6 will struggle with many reedy and fibrous forms of vegetation. It is not a difficulty of the pump to put these items into the pipeline, the problem lies with the cutter-bar rotation. The reedy vegetation wraps around the cutter bar and becomes tightly wound and very difficult to remove. The cutter-bar has teeth to loosen material but no cutting action. Lighter surface grasses and other plants which wrap but are easily removed will just present many more short stoppages for clearance.

    4. What tolerance for trash and debris should I experience?

    A: The submersible pump on the Dino6 can pass debris between baseball and softball size (approx. 3″). The pump and impeller are constructed of ar-400 material that will not be damaged by submerged material including gravel, cobblestones, concrete, tree branches, etc. Materials caught or obstructing the pump are simply removed and operation continues.

    5. How do I run the Travel Cable in open water?

    A. The are many options for open water rigging, including a spud barge, sinking an anchor or multiple anchors, jetting an anchor into the mud. We generally expect that you will be working towards your shoreline anchor (lots of solid pull) and gingerly back up towards your open water anchor (no load).

    6. Do you offer options for a self-propelled Dino6?

    A. We realize that there may be few situations where this might be nice, but don’t believe effective pressures can be delivered to the work surface with an outboard efficiently, think of swimming against the side of a pool, you can exert a lot of energy (fuel) but not be putting much force on the wall. The travel cable counters wind, current, pipeline forces and enables certain and accurate tracking of cut paths.

    7. How much pipe fits on the trailer?

    A. The custom trailer available from Geoform will carry 800 feet of pipe plus the pipe components of the floating discharge on the pipe rack.

    8. What is the best way to get the Dino6 into the water? 

    A: The Dino6 can be launched from the trailer on a boat ramp or sloped ground. Also, it is equipped with lifting eyes welded onto the pontoons for crane or boom truck needs.

    9. Booster Pump Compatibility?

    A: One of the three limitations inherent in the use of the Dino6 can be overcome by the use of a properly sized booster pump. Limitations of Pumping distances and extreme elevation changes can be negated with the additional capabilities of a booster pump in the discharge line.

    10. How can I tell what type of material I am pumping?

    A: Prior to starting a project a sample can be taken of the sediment to be removed, its content will tell you many things about the job including how far you will be able to pump the material (based on weight and velocity needed to maintain suspension), what type of flocculant you will need if using a dewatering device, and what the shrink rate will be for calculating the total yardage of dry solids to be moved or contained.

    11. How many cubic yards will the Dino6 move an hour?

    A: 1 CY of in situ material per minute is a good baseline for this system. Repositioning, debris clearing, and other stoppages will result in less production. Soft, soupy, gassy materials will exceed these estimates dramatically.

    12. How much do I charge and/or how do I bill this work?

    A: Please call us to discuss. We are putting together a contractors guide that will help explain the many ways to approach the commercial aspects of this type work and the potential pitfalls.

    PRE-OWNED Dino6

     

    1. How do I know when to service my Dino

    A: There are several easy ways to tell what moving parts and wear items need to be repaired or replaced based on a variety of circumstances.  The best way to know how to properly maintain your Dino product is to call or email us so we can talk you through what services should be performed and why.

    2. Where can I buy a used dredge?

    A:

    The availability of Dino6’s on the secondary market varies at times but is perpetually an infrequent occurrence. We believe this is due to our customers having a wonderful ownership experience and continually having work for their machines. The long-lasting materials and durable construction of all of our dredges contribute to a long useful life. The machine is also readily serviceable with a full complement of on-hand components maintained at the factory.

    When a used dredge does come on the market it is usually from someone who has just completed a large project and is recouping their initial capital outlay (versus what the cost of renting would have been), someone upgrading to a newer unit, or an entity rotating a machine out of their rental fleet (as we do). Sometimes a Dino6 is an entry vehicle into larger scale work, followed by the purchase of larger machines. There are a great many of these machines in the workplace and we are constantly surprised at how few used Dino6 dredges are available on the secondary market.

    Sources of used Dino6 dredges vary as well. We at Geoform like to think we have our finger on the pulse of the secondary market, due to our relationships with owners of Dino6’s around the world. We are occasionally asked to help place these machines. However, a number of these machines have changed hands unbeknownst to us. Anyone interested in finding a used Dino6 would be well advised to give us a call as we are in touch with nearly all of the current owners. Many of the large dredging equipment resellers will also have contacts in the small equipment sector and are worth contacting.

    Purchasers of used Dino6 equipment should be in touch with us here at the factory before and after the sale has transacted as we can surely help any potential buyer assess the condition of the machine, the cost of any of the components it may need, and help ensure they get off to a successful and rewarding ownership experience.

     


    UNANSWERED QUESTIONS?

    Contact us for additional information and a no-obligation quote today.

  • For more information about our Dino6 Options please click the link below.

     

    • Our Standard Floating Discharge Package (Approx 220’ on the Water) Includes:
      • 7 – 6” SBR 150 psi Discharge Hose Assembly x 15ft long
      • 1 – 6” HDPE pipe assembly x 13ft long with 6” x 10ft HDPE float
      • 5 – 6” HDPE pipe assembly x 20ft long with 6” x 13ft HDPE float
      • 1 – 6” 45 degree adapter
      • 1 – 6” 90 degree adapter
      • 15 – 6” eccentric clamp, stainless locking loop *Additional Floating @ $22 ft
    • Standard Travel Package Includes:
      • 1000ft of 1/4″ Galvanized Aircraft Cable 
      • 4 – 6’ x 1” Nylon Slings
      • 20 – ¼” Crosby Clips
      • 16 – Stakes
      • 2 – Cable Pullers (Cable Come Along)
      • 4 – Stake Plates
      • 10 – Shackles
      • 8 ¼” Wire Rope Thimbles
    • Custom Trailer with Pipe Rack:

    The trailer is modified with a custom pipe rack. This allows you to pack up the Dino6 dredge and your discharge pipe into one package. The rack is easily removable without tools. The trailer comes with a mount for a spare tire. This option is only available in North America.

    • Cutter Head Wheels:

    We offer cutter head wheel options that adapt the Dino6 dredge so it can be used with lined lagoons.

    • Paddle Bar:

    We offer a paddle bar for our dredge that is used for thicker and more viscous materials such as sludge and muck in ponds.

    • Polymer Mixing Boxes

    Polymer mixing boxes offer a point of injection for polymers mid-discharge. We also offer an automatic pressure sensing injector controller (PSIC).

    • Bimini Top

    A Bimini Top (West Marine 1895696) can be ordered in a variety of colors for your Dino6 dredge to match your custom dredge colors. We offer custom dredge coloring at no additional charge.

    • Impeller Options

    Our closed impeller is designed for sludge/slurry pumping with minimal trash or vegetation.

    • 6” Pipe Assemblies

    Pipe assemblies are sold individually in 6”x20’ sections.

    • Boom Extenders

    We offer a 36” boom extension that will make the cut of the Dino6’s cut depth 2 feet deeper.  We offer factory installation or a conversion kit for this option.

    • Manifold Components

    We offer a variety of discharge pipeline components for our dredge. Our manifold kit allows you to pump into two GeoTextile Tubes.  Each additional GeoTextile Tube requires more discharge components.

    • Salt Water Anodes

    We offer a variety of anodes for salt water dredging operations.  We also offer a stainless steel fitting and hose assembly kit for saltwater dredging applications.

    • Clamping Options

    We offer two varieties of clamps.  We offer a regular eccentric clamp and a modified locking eccentric clamp.  Locking eccentric clamps are designed to be used in water with our floating discharge package.

  • Daily:

    • Grease Bearing Block and Cutterhead.
    • Check motor oil and coolant level.

    Once a week during operation:

    • Drain water separator of any water that has collected. Open the valve on the bottom of the separator to drain water until diesel runs out.
    • Check Pump case nuts to make sure they are not damaged or missing, replace if needed. This prevents pump stand-off bolt damage.  
    • Grease the Snatch Block and Pulleys for the Windlass system.
    • Check the Impeller and Bearing Block assembly for excessive play and wear.
    • Make sure the fan belt is tight.

    After First 100 hours:

    • Change engine oil and filter. Use a high-quality, non detergent 30w motor oil. We recommend using Philips – Power drive fluid 30.
    • After first change switch to every 250 hours.

    Important Maintenance to complete after 250 hours:

    • Change Fuel Filters
    • Change hydraulic oil filter.
    • Check the bearing block for play, front to back and side to side. If there is any play, repair or replace the bearing block.
    • * Check the bottom door for wear. This is the opening to the pump through the cutterhead. The diameter should be 6” if it is more, around 6 ⅜” – 6 ½” in diameter, replace the bottom door. If this is not addressed it will affect performance.
    • * Check the dog house doors. There should be no more than 1/16” space around the bearing block shaft.
    • * Check the impeller for wear.
    • Make sure to always change impeller bolts when doing the scheduled maintenance. They are ⅜” x 24 – 1” long grade 8 bolts.
    • Check for loose or missing cutter head teeth.
    • Check the rubber drive blocks for wear, these a very important. These act as shock absorbers that protect the cutterhead motors.
    • Check all the pulleys for wear. Replace any missing pins.
    • Replace nuts holding the cutterhead to the pump.
    • Change the air filter and check the alternator belt tension.

    Important Maintenance to complete after 1000 hours:

    • Check the discharge pressure diaphragm.
    • Check windlass cable drive pulleys.
    • Check the hydraulic oil. Send a sample to get checked for the presence of water or other contaminants. If there is water or contaminants present, chance the hydraulic oil.

    *Indicates that these specific guidelines should have increased maintenance checkups if our machine is being used in harsh environments. Check frequently to avoid catastrophic mechanical damage.  

Dino6: Our Sediment Removal System

The Dino6 sediment removal system is comprised of a small dredge manufactured domestically. The Dino6 measures just over 22′ long and 6′ wide and is less than 6′ tall. With a wet weight around 3800 pounds, it is a very lightweight portable dredge, with a low cost of mobilization, and a small footprint.

Mobilization costs are a fraction of a typical six inch dredge. The launching and loading are more like a boat than a conventional dredge or excavator.  There is no damage to the shoreline or tracks to be repaired.

Our lightweight and portable dredge is powered by a Cummins diesel engine.  The system is simple and easy to operate.  It excavates sediment with a durable, high-torque, direct-drive cutter head and pumps at rates up to 1500 gpm through the highly abrasion-resistant, hydraulic submersible dredge pump.

Durable & Long Lasting 

  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • Stainless Steel Pontoons
  • Hardened Pump Components
  • Simple Effective Controls
  • Simple Effective Maintenance

Portable & Lightweight

  • Ideal for Small & Medium Dredging Jobs
  • Low-Cost Mobilization & Demobilization
  • 14″ Draft
  • Trailerable System 
  • “One Truck Transportable”

Exceptional Performance

  • Exceeds 1 C.Y. (Insitu)/Min Displacement
  • Can Pass 3″ Debris
  • 1000 GPM@50 FT Up or 800 FT Out
  • Only 3 Gal/Hour Fuel During Pumping

Specs:

  • Length: 21 ft
  • Width: 71 inch
  • Height: 64 inch
  • Discharge Diameter: 6 inch
  • Horsepower: 65
  • Fuel Capacity: 30
  • Working Depth: 14 inch to 13 feet
  • Flow 1500 GPM Max: 1,100 GPM @50 ft TDH

1. How deep can the Dino6 work?

A: The Dino6 can excavate at a thirteen-foot depth in standard configuration, a three-foot boom extension allows for an additional two foot of cutting capability

2. What is the distance I can pump with the Dino6?

A: The Dino6 is rated at 1100 gallons per minute at 50 feet of total dynamic head. Which means it can deliver 1100 gallons per minute 50 feet straight up in the air or (based on frictional losses in the pipeline) it can deliver 1100 GPM over 800 feet horizontally. The specific gravity of your sediment can affect the distance you will be able to pump. Velocity in the pipeline is critical to keeping heavy materials in suspension. A booster pump can be used with this system.

3. Will the Dino6 clear the vegetation off my lagoon?

A: The Dino6 will struggle with many reedy and fibrous forms of vegetation. It is not a difficulty of the pump to put these items into the pipeline, the problem lies with the cutter-bar rotation. The reedy vegetation wraps around the cutter bar and becomes tightly wound and very difficult to remove. The cutter-bar has teeth to loosen material but no cutting action. Lighter surface grasses and other plants which wrap but are easily removed will just present many more short stoppages for clearance.

4. What tolerance for trash and debris should I experience?

A: The submersible pump on the Dino6 can pass debris between baseball and softball size (approx. 3″). The pump and impeller are constructed of ar-400 material that will not be damaged by submerged material including gravel, cobblestones, concrete, tree branches, etc. Materials caught or obstructing the pump are simply removed and operation continues.

5. How do I run the Travel Cable in open water?

A. The are many options for open water rigging, including a spud barge, sinking an anchor or multiple anchors, jetting an anchor into the mud. We generally expect that you will be working towards your shoreline anchor (lots of solid pull) and gingerly back up towards your open water anchor (no load).

6. Do you offer options for a self-propelled Dino6?

A. We realize that there may be few situations where this might be nice, but don’t believe effective pressures can be delivered to the work surface with an outboard efficiently, think of swimming against the side of a pool, you can exert a lot of energy (fuel) but not be putting much force on the wall. The travel cable counters wind, current, pipeline forces and enables certain and accurate tracking of cut paths.

7. How much pipe fits on the trailer?

A. The custom trailer available from Geoform will carry 800 feet of pipe plus the pipe components of the floating discharge on the pipe rack.

8. What is the best way to get the Dino6 into the water? 

A: The Dino6 can be launched from the trailer on a boat ramp or sloped ground. Also, it is equipped with lifting eyes welded onto the pontoons for crane or boom truck needs.

9. Booster Pump Compatibility?

A: One of the three limitations inherent in the use of the Dino6 can be overcome by the use of a properly sized booster pump. Limitations of Pumping distances and extreme elevation changes can be negated with the additional capabilities of a booster pump in the discharge line.

10. How can I tell what type of material I am pumping?

A: Prior to starting a project a sample can be taken of the sediment to be removed, its content will tell you many things about the job including how far you will be able to pump the material (based on weight and velocity needed to maintain suspension), what type of flocculant you will need if using a dewatering device, and what the shrink rate will be for calculating the total yardage of dry solids to be moved or contained.

11. How many cubic yards will the Dino6 move an hour?

A: 1 CY of in situ material per minute is a good baseline for this system. Repositioning, debris clearing, and other stoppages will result in less production. Soft, soupy, gassy materials will exceed these estimates dramatically.

12. How much do I charge and/or how do I bill this work?

A: Please call us to discuss. We are putting together a contractors guide that will help explain the many ways to approach the commercial aspects of this type work and the potential pitfalls.

PRE-OWNED Dino6

 

1. How do I know when to service my Dino

A: There are several easy ways to tell what moving parts and wear items need to be repaired or replaced based on a variety of circumstances.  The best way to know how to properly maintain your Dino product is to call or email us so we can talk you through what services should be performed and why.

2. Where can I buy a used dredge?

A:

The availability of Dino6’s on the secondary market varies at times but is perpetually an infrequent occurrence. We believe this is due to our customers having a wonderful ownership experience and continually having work for their machines. The long-lasting materials and durable construction of all of our dredges contribute to a long useful life. The machine is also readily serviceable with a full complement of on-hand components maintained at the factory.

When a used dredge does come on the market it is usually from someone who has just completed a large project and is recouping their initial capital outlay (versus what the cost of renting would have been), someone upgrading to a newer unit, or an entity rotating a machine out of their rental fleet (as we do). Sometimes a Dino6 is an entry vehicle into larger scale work, followed by the purchase of larger machines. There are a great many of these machines in the workplace and we are constantly surprised at how few used Dino6 dredges are available on the secondary market.

Sources of used Dino6 dredges vary as well. We at Geoform like to think we have our finger on the pulse of the secondary market, due to our relationships with owners of Dino6’s around the world. We are occasionally asked to help place these machines. However, a number of these machines have changed hands unbeknownst to us. Anyone interested in finding a used Dino6 would be well advised to give us a call as we are in touch with nearly all of the current owners. Many of the large dredging equipment resellers will also have contacts in the small equipment sector and are worth contacting.

Purchasers of used Dino6 equipment should be in touch with us here at the factory before and after the sale has transacted as we can surely help any potential buyer assess the condition of the machine, the cost of any of the components it may need, and help ensure they get off to a successful and rewarding ownership experience.

 


UNANSWERED QUESTIONS?

Contact us for additional information and a no-obligation quote today.

For more information about our Dino6 Options please click the link below.

 

  • Our Standard Floating Discharge Package (Approx 220’ on the Water) Includes:
    • 7 – 6” SBR 150 psi Discharge Hose Assembly x 15ft long
    • 1 – 6” HDPE pipe assembly x 13ft long with 6” x 10ft HDPE float
    • 5 – 6” HDPE pipe assembly x 20ft long with 6” x 13ft HDPE float
    • 1 – 6” 45 degree adapter
    • 1 – 6” 90 degree adapter
    • 15 – 6” eccentric clamp, stainless locking loop *Additional Floating @ $22 ft
  • Standard Travel Package Includes:
    • 1000ft of 1/4″ Galvanized Aircraft Cable 
    • 4 – 6’ x 1” Nylon Slings
    • 20 – ¼” Crosby Clips
    • 16 – Stakes
    • 2 – Cable Pullers (Cable Come Along)
    • 4 – Stake Plates
    • 10 – Shackles
    • 8 ¼” Wire Rope Thimbles
  • Custom Trailer with Pipe Rack:

The trailer is modified with a custom pipe rack. This allows you to pack up the Dino6 dredge and your discharge pipe into one package. The rack is easily removable without tools. The trailer comes with a mount for a spare tire. This option is only available in North America.

  • Cutter Head Wheels:

We offer cutter head wheel options that adapt the Dino6 dredge so it can be used with lined lagoons.

  • Paddle Bar:

We offer a paddle bar for our dredge that is used for thicker and more viscous materials such as sludge and muck in ponds.

  • Polymer Mixing Boxes

Polymer mixing boxes offer a point of injection for polymers mid-discharge. We also offer an automatic pressure sensing injector controller (PSIC).

  • Bimini Top

A Bimini Top (West Marine 1895696) can be ordered in a variety of colors for your Dino6 dredge to match your custom dredge colors. We offer custom dredge coloring at no additional charge.

  • Impeller Options

Our closed impeller is designed for sludge/slurry pumping with minimal trash or vegetation.

  • 6” Pipe Assemblies

Pipe assemblies are sold individually in 6”x20’ sections.

  • Boom Extenders

We offer a 36” boom extension that will make the cut of the Dino6’s cut depth 2 feet deeper.  We offer factory installation or a conversion kit for this option.

  • Manifold Components

We offer a variety of discharge pipeline components for our dredge. Our manifold kit allows you to pump into two GeoTextile Tubes.  Each additional GeoTextile Tube requires more discharge components.

  • Salt Water Anodes

We offer a variety of anodes for salt water dredging operations.  We also offer a stainless steel fitting and hose assembly kit for saltwater dredging applications.

  • Clamping Options

We offer two varieties of clamps.  We offer a regular eccentric clamp and a modified locking eccentric clamp.  Locking eccentric clamps are designed to be used in water with our floating discharge package.

Daily:

  • Grease Bearing Block and Cutterhead.
  • Check motor oil and coolant level.

Once a week during operation:

  • Drain water separator of any water that has collected. Open the valve on the bottom of the separator to drain water until diesel runs out.
  • Check Pump case nuts to make sure they are not damaged or missing, replace if needed. This prevents pump stand-off bolt damage.  
  • Grease the Snatch Block and Pulleys for the Windlass system.
  • Check the Impeller and Bearing Block assembly for excessive play and wear.
  • Make sure the fan belt is tight.

After First 100 hours:

  • Change engine oil and filter. Use a high-quality, non detergent 30w motor oil. We recommend using Philips – Power drive fluid 30.
  • After first change switch to every 250 hours.

Important Maintenance to complete after 250 hours:

  • Change Fuel Filters
  • Change hydraulic oil filter.
  • Check the bearing block for play, front to back and side to side. If there is any play, repair or replace the bearing block.
  • * Check the bottom door for wear. This is the opening to the pump through the cutterhead. The diameter should be 6” if it is more, around 6 ⅜” – 6 ½” in diameter, replace the bottom door. If this is not addressed it will affect performance.
  • * Check the dog house doors. There should be no more than 1/16” space around the bearing block shaft.
  • * Check the impeller for wear.
  • Make sure to always change impeller bolts when doing the scheduled maintenance. They are ⅜” x 24 – 1” long grade 8 bolts.
  • Check for loose or missing cutter head teeth.
  • Check the rubber drive blocks for wear, these a very important. These act as shock absorbers that protect the cutterhead motors.
  • Check all the pulleys for wear. Replace any missing pins.
  • Replace nuts holding the cutterhead to the pump.
  • Change the air filter and check the alternator belt tension.

Important Maintenance to complete after 1000 hours:

  • Check the discharge pressure diaphragm.
  • Check windlass cable drive pulleys.
  • Check the hydraulic oil. Send a sample to get checked for the presence of water or other contaminants. If there is water or contaminants present, chance the hydraulic oil.

*Indicates that these specific guidelines should have increased maintenance checkups if our machine is being used in harsh environments. Check frequently to avoid catastrophic mechanical damage.  

Typical Industry Uses

The Dino6 can perform work excavators and larger hydraulic dredges cannot reach

  • Home Owners Associations
  • Golf Course Maintenance
  • Retention Pongs & Drainage
  • Sediment Lagoons
  • Marinas
  • Lake Shores

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Northeast Pond Restoration Services has dredged over fifty ponds, ranging in size from 10,000 square feet, to five acres. In 2007 we purchased a Dino6 from Geoform International. We immediately pumped over 3,000 cubic yards of sand from a pond for a local town. Since then we have removed sand, mud, and invasive vegetation from a wide array of ponds with great success.

Richard Windels – Northeast Pond Restoration Services

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