There has never been a machine more suited to its environment than the Marsh Buggy. When it comes to to working, or bringing equipment, in to those places that are too thick to swim in, or too thin to walk on, the Marsh Buggy is the perfect tool.
Marsh Buggies have a unique ability to work in soft conditions. Prior to their development, natural resources in swamps and marshes were exploited by cutting canals to bring water-borne heavy equipment to work.
Marsh Equipment meets the challenge of wetlands and soft-terrain by combining buoyancy with the maneuverability of a tracked vehicle.
Wetlands are areas where water covers the soil, or is present either at or near the surface of the soil all year or for varying periods of time during the year, including during the growing season.
Marsh, swamp and soft terrain are different conditions that present similar challenges for heavy equipment. The terrain is too solid for boats, and too soft for regular construction equipment.
Low ground pressure equipment is heavy equipment that has been specially designed to spread the weight of the equipment over a larger area. This allows it to move across terrain