DSC Dredge Introduces Sharkuda

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DSC Dredge, a Louisiana based company involved in customized dredging solutions, has just introduced their newest dredge class – Sharkuda™.

This new dredge design includes two provisional patents:

  • walking carriages;
  • wide format swinging ladder.

DSC engineers imagined a dredge that continually moves forward, without cables. This model is the first of a new design concept.

The new concept allows for continuous, uninterrupted production representing time savings, cost savings and safety advantages since the dredge moves without cables.

The dredge recruits advantages from the DSC Shark Class Dredge and Barracuda Class Dredge features.

DSC Automation Engineer, Nailiby Rangel, submitted the name Sharkuda™ and earned the award package.

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