Dredge Robotics

Dredge Robotics

World-leading dredging technology designed for non-potable applications in the processing, wastewater, industrial, manufacturing and mining sectors.

Purpose-built to operate in lined and non-lined ponds, process tanks, cooling towers, covered anaerobic lagoons, chemical ponds, reservoirs and turkeys nests.

Our proprietary dredging robots allow assets to remain fully operational during dredging and is low risk as it completely removes the need for human entry.

Our diverse capabilities include:
• Liner-safe, trackless drive systems for lined assets
• Oil-less, fully electric systems
• Assets remain online during dredging
• No confined space entry or barges
• State-of-the-art navigation and tracking systems for nil-visibility conditions
• The ability to operate in corrosive environments
• The capability to minimise turbidity
• Removal of 100% of sediment
• Lowest risk option
• Significant cost savings
• World first technology
• Designed and built in Australia
• Used extensively by major companies including FMG, Rio Tinto and BHP

W: www.dredgerobotics.com.au
E: info@dredgerobotics.com.au


Globally unique industry leading robotic technology for potable tank and reservoir cleaning, extensively trialled and evaluated by major Australian utilises including Water Corporation.

We build and operate potable-grade robots for specific cleaning applications including lined tanks, steel tanks, concrete tanks, elevated tanks, covered lagoons and in-ground reservoirs.

The Australian drinking water sector is widely recognised as a global leader. Our standards for water quality are among the highest in the world and are underpinned by the Australian Drinking Water Quality Guidelines.

At Watertight Robotics we understand this commitment to water quality, and our proprietary potable-grade robots utilise features such as potable grade lubricants, double mechanical seals and stainless-steel construction to ensure the preservation of water quality during use.

Watertight Robotics technology provides clients with the following benefits:
• No impact to water quality
• Liner-safe drive systems
• Assets cleaned and inspected while in service
• Lowest water consumption
• Negligible turbidity
• Is low risk, as it completely eliminates human entry
• Lower cost than traditional tank cleaning methods
• Highest water efficiency
• Achieves a complete clean
• Comprehensive asset inspection reporting
• Designed and built in Australia
• Globally award winning

W: www.watertightrobotics.com.au
E: info@wtrobotics.com.au

Dredge Robotics and Watertight Robotics have been proven in-field to be superior to all other robotic options currently available. Both robotic brands are divisions of Fremantle Commercial Diving which is an Australian owned company that has been operating for 35 years; backed by experienced staff, an extensive asset base and comprehensive management systems. We hold triple ISO accreditations and have achieved Worksafe Platinum Standards.

Mining Projects

Projects that have utilised our robotic services:

Dredge Robotics underwater robotic technology has been used to clean the following non-potable water assets:
·        Clarifier tanks for Fortescue Metals Group, BHP and Rio Tinto
·        Lined turkeys nests for BHP, Fortescue Metals Group and Rio Tinto
·        Oily water ponds for Energy Australia
·        Process water tanks for AngloGold Ashanti, BHP, Norton Gold Fields, Rio Tinto and Roy Hill
·        Lined ponds for Energy Australia, Melbourne Water and V&V Walsh
·        Raw water dams for V&V Walsh
·        Basins for Greater Western Water (formally City West Water) and Melbourne Water

Watertight Robotics underwater robotic technology has been used to clean the following potable water assets:
·        Water storage tanks and reservoirs for ATCO, BHP, Hunter Water, Melbourne Water, SA Water, Veolia, V&V Walsh and Water Corporation

Dredge Robotics

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