LWT Announces New Special Dredging Products

Wednesday, July 17, 2002
Liquid Waste Technology, Inc. (LWT) of Somerset, Wisconsin, has developed and delivered four new products: 1. Robotic Crawler Dredge: · Perfect for confined spaces · Remote controlled · Fits through 28-inch (0.71m) spaces · Explosion safe · Appropriate for hazardous material removal where unmanned operation is highly desirable Initial applications have included cleaning out a cooling tank at a nuclear power plant without taking the system out of service as was necessary before. Click for specifications and picture. 2. Self-Propelled Spud Barge: For Assistance with anchoring, positioning, and other dredging support activities. LWT has developed a flexible multi-purpose barge - only $59,000! Click for specifications and pictures. 3. Special Weed Cutter Head for Auger Dredges: Most dredging contractors have encountered situations where congested weeds or vegetation have made lake or pond jobs next to impossible. LWT has solved this problem with its new excavator (patent pending). Click here for pictures [showing the excavator, before dredging, during dredging, self-propulsion, and after dredging] 4. Small Diesel Remote Controlled Dredge: LWT, the developer of the Pit Hog™ and "Runt" lines of small dredges, has delivered an even smaller but still powerful and efficient remote controlled dredge for a West Coast, USA utility/WWTP. Click for specifications and pictures showing its heavy duty design and construction.
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