DINO Six Sediment Removal System 2013
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The DINO Six is a uniquely portable sediment removal system developed to perform jobs inaccessible to other equipment. ...

The DINO Six is a uniquely portable sediment removal system developed to perform jobs inaccessible to other equipment.

Weighing only 3800 pounds, the DINO Six is used to clean storm water retention ponds, sediment lagoons, marinas, golf course ponds, and home association lakes. The system is simple and easy to operate. Sediment is excavated by a durable, direct-drive cutterhead, and discharged at up to 1800 gpm through a highly abrasion-resistant, hydraulic submersible pump.

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

Although the DINO Six is lightweight, it is made of components and materials that are tougher and longer-lasting than those of much heavier and more costly machines. Floats and hydraulic tubing of stainless steel; abrasion resistant (400 brinell) steel pump; aluminum handrails and control station; it is quality construction throughout.

Sold by Docks & Marinas, Inc. www.docks-marinas.com
Project planning, design, pre and post dredge surveys, plans, specifications, and construction management also available. We bring 33 years of engineering experience to work for you.

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  • DINO SIX SEDIMENT REMOVAL SYSTEMDealer Rep and Commercial Sales:Dave Wentland, P.E.Docks & Marinas, Inc.De Pere, Wisconsindavewentland@docks-marinas.comwww.docks-marinas.comp. 920-621-3464 f. 866-710-0893 www.docks-marinas.com January 2012 p. 920-621-3464
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  • Trailer With Pipe and Hose Rack Can Be Customized to Owner’s Needs www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Dimensions of DINO Six Length: 21 feet Width: 71 inches Height: 64 inches Weight (less fuel): 3,730 lbs. 3,800 Discharge diameter: 6 inchDesigned for Economical Domestic andInternational ShipmentEntire Machine fits in one 20 ft. Container www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Features of DINO SixEngine: Cummins 4 cylinderHorsepower: 65 HP @ 2,400 rpmFuel Capacity: 30 gallonsWorking depth: 14 inches to 13 feet (Standard Version)Performance: 1,800 GPM max and 1,100 GPM @ 60 feet TDH www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • CutterheadAbrasion Resistant (400 Brinell) Hydraulic Submersible PumpWidth: 66 in.Diameter: 14 in. Drive: Variable speed, dual hydraulic motor, direct drive, replaceable and hardened steel trencher teeth and mixing paddles. www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Flotation and Travel SystemCompartmentalized 16 Ga. Stainless Steel FlotationMurphy Safety Shut Down on Engine and Hydraulic SystemDouble Pulley Hydraulic Windlass with two Hydraulic Motors www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Discharge of Sediment Geotextile Tubes or Settling Basinwww.docks-marinas.comp. 920-621-3464
  • Open Water Anchorage With Proper Auger and Travel Settings the Guide Cable is Needed Only to Stay on Course. Minimum Pull on Cable A Guide Cable Allows Precision Cuts – No Uncertainty as to Area already Covered --Shore and Raft Anchors Easily Moved – i.e. Shore End Attached to Truck Radial Cuts Only Require One End to be Moved www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Discharge to Geotextile Tubes for Dewatering Neighborhood Stormwater Pond Olathe, Kansas 2008DINO Six Combined with Geotextile TubesIdeal for Urban Areas Very Clean Process No Damage to Property to Launch the Machine No Trucks Needed to Haul Away Sediment and Water No Truck Damage to Property or Roads No Messy Sediment on site or Roadswww.docks-marinas.comp. 920-621-3464
  • Dewatering in Progress Tubes Placed Next to Stormwater Pond In Neighborhood Association Park Olathe, Kansas 2008DINO Six DischargePump Sized for OptimalUse With Geotextile TubesNote Clarity of Discharge Water From Tube www.docks-marinas.com p. 920-621-3464
  • Dewatering dredged material:Tubes are used where a containment area or spoil area is not possible or practical.Even when a containment area is a viable option, tubes can be used to construct it. There areseveral advantages to this method.• A much smaller space is required.• The dredged material is used to construct the dike.• There are no erosion or blow out worries.• The decant water is cleaner because no dirt from the dike washes into the spoil area.• No heavy equipment is needed to build the dikes.• No excavation, or dirt hauled in, and back out again.• When there is a natural ravine the tubes can be used to construct a dam across theopening, or a semicircle dike to a side hill, using the natural lay of the land for part of thedike.• The cost of these methods is usually less than excavating besides the other advantages. A6 high dike can usually be built for $25 per linear foot• Theoretical example:Containment for 3,000 CY of lake mud.• A spoil area made with a dirt bank would be 160 x 160 minimum outside measurement,and would contain 1,327 CY minimum of dirt if it were hauled in.• A spoil area built with 30 tubes would be 100 x 100 outside measurement, and wouldcontain only dredged material.