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Triangular dredge, 80 x 80 x 80 cm

19.550 - Triangular dredge.

Technical data, model 19.550 (no rubber mat):

  • Outer dimension: 80 x 80 x 80 cm
  • AISI 316 stainless steel, thickness 15 mm
  • Length: 350 cm
  • Height without buoys: 77 cm
  • Height with buoys: 102 cm
  • Outer net bag: Length: 200 cm, nylon, 3 mm, mesh size: 30 mm
  • Inner net bag: Length: 200 cm, knotless, mesh size: 10 mm
  • 2 buoys
  • Weight: 165 kg
Technical data, model 19.551 (with rubber mat):
  • Outer dimension: 80 x 80 x 80 cm
  • AISI 316 stainless steel, thickness 15 mm
  • Length: 350 cm
  • Height without buoys: 77 cm
  • Height with buoys: 102 cm
  • Outer net bag: Length: 200 cm, nylon, 3 mm, mesh size: 30 mm
  • Inner net bag: Length: 200 cm, knotless, mesh size: 10 mm
  • Rubber mat, heavy duty: Length 220 cm, thickness: 10 mm, width: 82/60 cm
  • 2 buoys
  • Weight: 180 kg

 

We recommend using the dredge without the rubber plate. On the Galathea 3 expedition they found the rubber plate to be worn out very fast in spite of the thickness of the rubber plate. When using the rubber plate it is necessary to have a buoyancy or similar to ensure the correct position of the dredge.

 
 
19.550 - Triangular dredge shown with accessories.
 
 
19.550 - Triangular dredge, detail of front and swivel.
 
 
In-situ, Galathea 3 expedition. Photo: Morten Meldgaard - Dansk Ekspeditionsfond, Torshavn, Faroe Islands.