SediCon is the leading supplier of sediment handling worldwide and provides reliable solutions with low water consumption and uninterrupted power production.
The SediCon Dredge is a gravity powered hydrosuction system. The patented suction head ensures continuous high sediment removal capacity and low water consumption.
We are a multidisciplinary team of problem solvers working together to provide best solutions to our customers.
“We in SN Power Invest meet sediment problems in all parts of the world. SediCon’s technology and equipment is in use in several of our Hydropower Plants, and has resulted substantially better and more cost effective sediment handling. We will especially mention installation of SediCon Sluicers at Khimti HPP I Nepal.”
“SediCon supplied a dredging service between January 2013 and September 2014 to remove sediments from hourly peaking reservoir of Doña Julia HPP using hydrosuction equipment, full dredging service. Such reservoir has a geomembrane and total storage capacity of 261,500 m3. At the end of dreding period, SediCon removed a total volume of 65,000 m3.”
“In this letter I give great recommendation for SediCon AS, given the excellent performance of sediment removal system in tunnel desander of Cuyamel HPP in Honduras.”
“The capacity to remove sediments for SediCon equipment was defined in the contract as 20 m3/hour, however, SAT reached a value of 30 m3/hour.
The service given by SediCon has been fully satisfactory for Colbún, the equipment to remove sediments is operational and in great shape, it has been a valuable aid for maintenance of forebay at Chacabuquito HPP.”
“SediCon has satisfactorily supply rental, installation and commissioning of a SediCon Dredge, training of personnel and technical support.
The hydrosuction dredge has been in operation in the hourly peaking reservoir with a service index of 98% during the entire period and it is estimated to remove between 100,000 and 200,000 m3 of sediment per year.”
“SediCon supplied a dredging service between October 2014 and December 2015 to remove sediments from hourly peaking reservoir of El General HPP, using a hydrosuction equipment, full dredging service. Such reservoir has a geomembrane and total storage capacity of 225,000 m3. At the end of dreding period, SediCon removed a total volume of 18,000 m3.”