WEED REMOVAL EQUIPMENT:
Growth of water weeds in rivers, canals and lakes causes increasing
economic concern. They may spread so wildly that they partially clog
waterways and impede the efficient utilization of such natural resources.
Different techniques have been developed over the years to remove water
weeds. Water management bodies should spare no effort in applying appropriate
weed removal techniques. We have a lot to offer in this regard.
Weed Harvesting is a well-established water weed removal technique.
Mounted on a marine pontoon, a harvester is propelled in clogged waterways.
Weeds are cut by suitable cutters, stored aboard harvester, fed at river
banks to unloading conveyors, unloaded to vehicles and then land-transported.
Our OBOUR-1 Aquatic Weed Harvester is used to fight
water hyacinth in some River Nile waterways. Read
OF DOZER BOATS:
another technique, weeds are pushed towards shores where they can be
easily collected and transported. This technique is used in Lake Victoria;
one of the African Great Lakes. This is accomplished by our HORUS-1
Multi-Purpose Dozer Boat built within the framework of an Egyptian-Ugandan
project. Provisions are available onboard to enable the dozer boat to
accomplish other missions. Read More.