The Aquamog E50 dominates in shallow water excavation and vegetation removal. This aquamog can access sites and areas that other aquamogs can not reach. This mog has become a potential life saver. In 2013 and 2014 when the City of Los Angeles was faced with West Nile mosquito infestation in an urban lake, the Aquamog E50 was called in to remove excessive water primrose, cattail, and bulrush. These removals allowed the Greater Los Angeles Vector Control to access the previously uncontrolled area. As the water resources become more valuable in the western United States, maintenance of the shallow water areas […]
The Aquamog Mini is the smallest aquamog ever built. This mog takes access to a whole new level. There is literally not a place in the swamp, march, lagoon, lake, river or stream that this mini aquamog can not access. It has the same multiple tool attachment plate that makes the Aquamogs great.
The Newest Aquamog – The Aquamog CCX-238 The Newest Addition to the Aquamog Family is the Aquamog CCX-238 The Aquamog was created in the early 1980′s by Aquatics Unlimited (AU).The McNabb family founded AU in the 1970 Both Tom and Dave McNabb developed the Aquamog brand and line of equipment throughout the 1980s and 1990s while with AU. Tom continued the Aquamog line into the new century with the addition of the MarshMog. Tom’s new company Clean Lakes, Inc. located in Martinez, California and Dave’s company DK Environmental in Lafayette, California have been working together on the Aquamog CCX project […]
MarshMog Just Cruisin The Marshmog is a multi-purpose aquatic habitat restoration machine developed & designed by Clean Lakes located in Martinez, Calif.. The Marshmog was first operated in 2007. The Marshmog is best suited for aquatic plant control in wetland & marsh areas. Marshes and wetlands most times can’t be accessed by floating aquatic machinery such as the Aquamog, Cookie Cutter or Aquatic Weed Harvesters. As well land equipment such as backhoes, excavators and draglines can’t access most wetlands & marshes without building access roads which can damage these sensitive aquatic ecosystem. The Marshmog however has a ground pressure of […]
These are some picture of the Aqaumog SRX in action from a project performed by Aquatic Unlimited back in the mid 1990’s. The operator of the Aquamog was Dave McNabb now with DK Environmental out of Lafayette, CA In this project the emergent vegetation was first mowed to the water level using a flail mower attachment. Next up was the rotovation attachment to remove the roots. Here are some before and pictures as well as the SRX in action.
The Aquamog SRX came on the scene in the early 1990s. The SRX stands for “Small Rig Extraordinaire”. This aquamog was created by the McNabb’s with the goal of having a small mog that had enough power to do some of the tasks that it’s big brother the PRX could handle. The goal in creating the SRX was to make an aquamog that was 8″6″ wide making it road legal without a wide load permit. In addition the paddle wheel propulsion units fold up hydraulically behind the cab. So with this mog you can go from transport truck to the […]
The Aquamog PRX first arrived on the scene in 1990. The PRX represented “Power Rig Extraordinaire”. The main difference from the previous Aquamog MPAR was the new hydraulic controls and the shorter barge. The paddle wheel controls were now on a seat mounted joystick. The Aquamog PRX proved to be one of the most versatile Aquamogs ever built. It had the power and capacity to be a high performance pump dredge as well as an aquatic vegetation removal vessel. Municipalities, Homeowners Associations, and contractors a like purchased Aquamog PRXs for many different specific tasks. The PRX aquamog was the fist […]
The first Aquamog pieced together from a H10 harvester barge and a frame with cab and power pack. The next generation of Aquamog was dubbed the Aquamog MPAR family. The MPAR standing for “Multi-Purpose Aquatic Rig”. These aquamogs were equipped with Deutz air cooled diesel engines. The hydraulic controller were cable controlled. These units were the test production units as well as the first commercially sold units. The Aquamog above was the first produced machine that was not in the contract fleet. It was purchased by the Lake Big Bear Municipal Water District in Big Bear California. This aquamog is […]