Dragflow has presented a paper at the symposium of the International Commission on Large Dams exhibition and congress ICOLD world edition 2018, an important event for all those involved in the field of dams and artificial reservoirs, in which the participants explored technical and strategic issues.
Sometimes it is necessary to transport the dredged material to a long distance.
In these cases, booster stations are an extremely useful tools to maintain an excellent production even in difficult conditions.
Booster stations are designed and built to operate with high efficient Dragflow pumps and are used to add extra pressure to the pumping system, in order to maintain an optimum production at longer pipeline distances.
DRAGFLOW has developed a new monitoring system that allows the real-time controlling of the dredging operation.
This tool has already been tested by some clients and has several advantages. First of all, important data such as balancing, pitch, flow rate, density and depth of the pump can be verified directly on the screen. But it is also possible to easily download the data that is collected from time to time, to have the historical set of results of the pump.