The machines developed by CDO Innov are used to carry out different services. The BPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Boat) clean and maintain sensitive aquatic zones, and – in the case of alien plant proliferation – extract and clean zones impassable for fishing and all other tourist and leisure activities.
The VPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Vehicle – Crawler Tractors with rubber tracks) offer farmers the possibility of working in their fields, even in difficult weather conditions.
BPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Boat) services
The BPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Boats) are designed for complete use optimisation. The automatic (or manual automatic) coupling system allows a considerable number of tools to be hitched. In this way, boats can be used throughout the year – for example, in summer to pull up invasive plants, cut water weeds and collect floating debris and in winter, with other tools such as mud pumps, pruning trimmers, cleaning buckets.
This adaptation possibility for our machines is the result of their robustness and design providing a wide hydraulic versatility.
The BPH can thus be used for different types of services such as:
- Extraction (invasive plants, reeds…)
- Water weed cutting
- Collection of floating debris
- Mud or sand pumping
VPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Vehicle) services
The VPH (Hydrostatic Carrier Vehicles) are designed based on a crawler tractor. The bearing capacity of machines is today a major concern in different sectors of activity such as:
- Agriculture, for fertiliser spreading and pulverisation
- Forestry, for work requiring powerful but small machines.
- Mountain zones, for transporting people in the snow and for mountain rescue
- On sand, for access to sites inaccessible by normal vehicles who would harm the environment
- All other sensitive environments for normal vehicles.
CDO Innov’s crawler tractors have a ground pressure varying from 100 to 170 gr/cm2. In comparison, for a man, the pressure exerted on the ground is, on average, 400 gr/cm2. With CDO Innov’s VPH, you will be able to go into zones inaccessible by foot.
For more information on our services, contact us using the contact form or by email at “contact[a]cdoinnov.fr”.