ONE OF PROLINE'S BEST SELLERS
This machine was a trend setter when it first came on the market and it continues to be one of the best sellers many years later. When other 2.5" dredges were floating on inner-tubes, required a suction nozzle for producing dredge vacuum, and had limited depth capabilities, the Proline 2.5" dredge sat on sturdy pontoons and used a power jet for dredge vacuum. It was also capable of driving an air compressor to support more active underwater mining. It was originally powered by the HP175 pump, but this pump has been replaced by the newer HP200, which is more powerful and easier to prime.
Proline's latest dredge has seen other refinements as well. Most notably, an all-new flare and sluice box. It is a bolt together design, just like the flare/sluice assemblies found on our larger dredges. This new package is stronger and breaks down to take up less space when not in use. As with previous models, this dredge relies on the pontoons as a structural member, eliminating the need for a conventional framework to save weight. The front and rear cross members bolt to the pontoons through the use of threaded inserts cast into the pontoons.
- Engine: Honda GXH120
- Pump: HP200
- Sluice Box: 12" x 40"
- Dredge Hose: 2.5" x 10 ft.
- High Pressure Hose: 1.25" x 54"
- Intake Hose: 2" x 30"
- Flotation: 2 polyethylene floats 8.5" X 35.5" X 54.5"
- Weight: 76 lbs. to 95 lbs.