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Dredging is an excavation activity or operation usually carried out at least partly underwater, in shallow seas or fresh water areas with the purpose of gath. Dredging is an excavation activity or operation usually carried out at least partly underwater, in shallow seas or fresh water areas with the purpose of gath. ABP's Port of Southampton has now completed a £40M dredge programme which will allow the world's largest ships to access the Southampton Container Terminal w. Visuals Studio Brazil 2012 Director - Producer: Ernst Daniel Nijboer Rio de Janeiro Brazil firstname.lastname@example.org Sur Final Version 20120618 mov.
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I was sitting there watching TV last year, dumpy and stressed...my businesses were declining, I had not done much with my life other than pay bills and raise my family---but I got super-excited as I watched what was happening on the Bering Sea Gold show produced by the Discovery Channel. There were guys just standing under their boats right off the coast of Nome Alaska literally 'sucking up gold'. I had to go do that. I was a certified diver, I thought I was pretty sharp and I knew I could figure it out. Well, it was a lot more dangerous than I ever imagined and after losing everything I had (and almost my life), I finally ran our boat aground at the end of the season. The story is not over yet...
Marine Dredging - Dredgers Creating Oceanic Gateways: Dredgers of various types and sizes revolutionized the whole concept of building ports. Dredgers turned out to be true workhorses of the oceans engaged in creating shipping channels, deepening the channels, maintaining them and creating new shores by dredging. Dredgers ensure safe passage of ships into ports and safe navigation on inland waters, rivers and oceans. Dredges perform a number important jobs including: digging and building channels, creating new ports and irrigation systems, provide mobility for men and goods, repair the costal defenses, raise the level of beaches, reclaim land for industry, housing and farming, extract ores, minerals and sand in the most economical manner, improve the environment by cleaning seabed and rive...
Dredge Animation of IMS Dredges Versi-Dredge 7012 HP. Shows the dredgers versatility as well as the different applications it can be used for, such as sand mining, marina or port dredging, mine tailings, sediment and pond dredging, beach maintenance and restoration, canal dredging. IMS designs and fabricates its Versi-Dredge product line, Swinging Ladder Dredge, and support equipment at its state-of-the-art 90,000 ft2 (8,361m2) facility in New Richmond, WI (only 40 minutes East of Minneapolis / St. Paul International Airport). IMSs facility is the largest dredge production facility in the Americas with twice the production capacity of any single manufacturer.
For the past month, the Gold Coast City Council have got this big sand dredge from Denmark to pump some life back into our beaches. The dredge reportedly costs $1 Million a week but it seems to be doing its job and in spectacular fashion, with the big sand hose shooting hundreds of tonnes of sand every hour! while being a spectacle many went to the beach to see. This technique is called "rainbowing" Want to learn more? Link: http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/council/mayor-calls-in-danish-barge-to-rainbow-tonnes-of-sand-off-gold-coast-beaches/news-story/703a092b22758cb8213821a3eeeec292 -Phantom 3 Advanced I was having some issue with connection and signal as the ships radar and communication equipment was interfering heavily with the drone's sensors and signal that's why the drone ...
Trailing suction hopper dredgers can fill their own holds (hoppers) by sucking material from the seabed using a trailing suction head fitted to pipes that trail over the bed as the ship sails. Trailing suction hopper dredgers can operate independently of other equipment and are able to transport the dredged material over long distances. The material can then be deposited through hatches in the bottom of the ship or by rainbowing. It can also be pumped ashore through a pipeline for land reclamation.
4 hour video sped up to 2 minutes, this beach dredge outside Sandpiper Cove in Destin FL shows the process involved in dredging sand. First, a channel is dug alongside the beach, then the dredged sand water is pumped in by a ship off-shore, and finally the sand is spread out and pipe extended for the next part of the beach. Part of the Beach Restoration Project of Destin in 2013
Watch Bering Sea Gold's AFTER THE DREDGE Friday, March 23, 2012 at 10PM e/p on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/bering-sea-gold/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | The Wild Ranger crew's reunion is anything but happy. Steve continues to push Scott Meisterheim's buttons, and owner Vern's accusations lead to an unexpected physical confrontation between him and Scott.
This video is a complete "How to"on dredge set up and operation.It shows the ocean gold dredging off the coast of Nome Alaska,Where anyone can go and seek their fortune. I build and sell gold dredges,and have ten years experience doing it in Nome.I was fortunate to win four gold claims at this past years "once in a lifetime auction"of ocean gold leases.I know longer have to concern myself with someone "jumping my spot"
VORTEX Sub Sea solutions 8 inch BLACK HOLE dredge set up for diver use with diver operated reversal valve which is unique to VORTEX and allows diver to 'stall' or shut down dredge between suck and blow which is an extra safety feature. I personally found out during testing how important this feature is to have diver control of the dredge when some of my diving gear came loose during testing and sucked up into the inlet nozzle I was able to shut the dredge off before the HPU operator could. Reversal valve is environmentally friendly and water operated which removes another hydraulic function from the sub sea components. Another feature unique to this VORTEX system. Diver controlled Jetter ring fitted to inlet nozzle also with 75psi (5.1bar) of pressure. Swivel head has 100mm long bearing su...
Dredges are large, metal-framed baskets that are dragged across the seafloor to collect shellfish like oysters, clams and scallops. In order to lift the catch into the basket, metal teeth dig into the seafloor, which can significantly impact seafloor habitat and bottom-dwelling species. Dredging also results in high levels of bycatch. By restricting dredging areas, bycatch and damage to seafloor life can be reduced. Learn more: http://www.seafoodwatch.org/ocean-issues/fishing-and-farming-methods
With The summer season over, 3 teams of miners dive under the ice to dredge gold on the floor of the Bering Sea. Subscribe to Discovery TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=DiscoveryTV Follow Discovery on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DiscoveryUK
An almost impossible mission to transport a huge dredging ship through the jungle of Surinam. A incredible challenge for both men and machine. The teams of Dutch mining expert Royal Boskalis Westminster, Mammoet and Rolldock, made the impossible... possible! A Visuals Studio Brazil production Director - producer: Ernst Daniel Nijboer A project documentary for Royal Boskalis Westminster The Netherlands
Watch Bering Sea Gold's AFTER THE DREDGE Friday, March 23, 2012 at 10PM e/p on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/bering-sea-gold/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | Zeke and Emily reveal how they feel about the relationship between them.
Emily tries out the dredge for the first time & gets her hand trapped, which could possibly lead to danger. She is shaken at having a close experience fearing for her life. Catch Bering Sea Gold Tuesday 14th August 10pm on the Discovery Channel.
Posted as an unedited clip to show the volume and speed of water thru this 12" ocean dredge.