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Ask a FLUMP Expert. Seven ways to Secure your Traverse System

Thu, Jul 28, 2011 @ 08:07 AM / by Elizabeth Kaiser posted in lagoon dredges, dredging system, flump, agriculture

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The propulsion and traverse systems are critically important to the operation of an unmanned, cabled dredge. The FLUMP, SRS Crisafulli's unmanned dredge, propels itself along a traverse cable connected to lateral cables at opposite sides of the lagoon, configured at 90 degrees to the traverse cable.

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Why Zambia? SRS Crisafulli Mine Dredges Provide Useful Options.

Thu, Jul 21, 2011 @ 08:07 AM / by Elizabeth Kaiser posted in Dredges, crisafulli, dredge, agriculture, mining, AGOA

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African Growth and Opportunity Act, or AGOA Forum 2011, Lusaka, Zambia was an odd destination.  But that is where a Montana delegation of Small and Medium Enterprises, or "SMEs" went in early June, 2011.  The overarching goal of the AGOA Forum is to increase US - Africa trade volume.  Why would SRS Crisafulli participate?  SRS Crisafulli Dredges provide reliable and effective water management solutions to the mining industry in Africa.  Many African countries, including Zambia, are actively mining gold, copper and uranium, all of which need water management tools.  The Crisafulli dredges provide useful options for environmental managers at mines throughout the world.

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Dredge Dealer Dairy Specialists Wins Business Ethics Award

Fri, May 20, 2011 @ 09:05 AM / by Elizabeth Kaiser posted in Dredges, crisafulli, dredge, srs crisafulli, flump, lagoon, agriculture

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Dairy Specialists, an SRS Crisafulli agricultural dredge dealer for more than two years, was awarded with the Colorado-based CEBA Bill Daniels Business Award in March for conducting every aspect of its business with the highest of ethical standards.

Companies who receive the CEBA award are nominated by customers, vendors and organizations in the community at large.

When asked why Dairy Specialists was selected for this award, Owner Randy Sorensen had the following response:

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