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Cutter suction dredgers for sale

If you’re going to be breaking up large seabed into rock and spoil, you’ll need a cutter suction dredger (CSDs). Have a look at our CSDs for sale.

How CSDs operate

Some CSDs are self-propelled, but most are towed into place. They’re then held in position using heavy pike-like structures called ‘spuds’ and anchors are deployed to stabilise the vessel during dredging.

A cutting head gouges the seabed into small chunks of rock and spoil which is then sucked through the connected cutter suction pipe. An ejector system moves debris through a floating pipeline to the shore or to barges for removal.

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Folio #: DR082
Location: europe
Exclusive CSD Petrus Plancius for sale / built 2008 / with spuds
Build Date:
2008
Class:
BV
Dims (L x B x Dr.) (m):
35.85 x 8m
Depth (m):
2.46
Dredge Depth (m):
16
Cutter power (kW):
170
Pipe diameter (mm):
550 / 500mm
Pumping distance:
variable
Spuds (L x D):
18.5m x 559mm
Design:
IHC Beaver 1600 C
Folio #: DR083
Location: Caspian
Exclusive CSD Vesalius for sale / 1,325Kw Cutter Power
Build Date:
1980
Class:
BV
Dims (L x B x Dr.) (m):
94 x 17 x 3.5m
Depth (m):
5.02
Dredge Depth (m):
27.5
Cutter power (kW):
1,325
Pipe diameter (mm):
800 / 850
Pumping distance:
variable
Spuds (L x D):
40.3m
Design:
IHC
Folio #: DR068
Location: UAE
Cutter Suction dredger for sale / Beaver 3,300 / 650mm discharge pipe
Build Date:
1984
Class:
BV
Dims (L x B x Dr.) (m):
66.2 x 11.9 x 1.8
Depth (m):
2.85
Dredge Depth (m):
16
Cutter power (kW):
552 at 19.2 rpm
Pipe diameter (mm):
659 / 750mm
Pumping distance:
variable
Spuds (L x D):
21.4m x 850mm
Design:
IHC Beaver 3300

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