Portable Dredging Method: Castle Method
The Caste Method is a dredging method for removal of bottom mud from small closed bodies of water such as inland lakes and marshes, castle moats, ponds in parks. The dredger consists of a portable float barge and a general-purpose backhoe. It is possible to respond to all types of dredging conditions by attaching various mud collection devices to the tip of the backhoe as attachments.
Dredging bottom mud from a castle moat / Dredging bottom mud from a river
Rotary shaver-type mud collector
Example of Oozer Pump type
- Because all the equipment of the Castle Method dredging system can be transported on land, it is possible to perform dredging in closed bodies of waters such as castle moats.
- As this is a dredging system in which a backhoe is loaded on a barge, dredging is also possible in narrow dredging sites with complicated shapes.
- Efficient dredging is possible be selecting the mud collection attachment to be used on the backhoe tip corresponding to the properties of the object soil and the dredging conditions.
- A full lineup of mud collection devices is available, from the general-purpose bucket type to Toyo Construction’s proprietary W Intake type, Rotary Shaver type, and Oozer Pump type, among others.