C86 silt pusher

The Conver C86 push boat was developed especially for cleaning up ponds and watercourses. The machine is particularly useful in situations where you cannot or may not work from the edges. The push boat can also be used to restore the bottom profile during the removal of silt.

The push boat is especially suitable for soft bottoms. It really comes into its own along relatively long, straight waterways. The C86 can currently be delivered as standard with push blades with a maximum working depth of up to 2.00 m and a working width up to more than 8.00 m. Vertical precision of up to 10 cm is possible with the push boat. The push boat has little trouble with large debris and obstacles. Large debris is usually pushed along with the rest. A hydraulic stop on the winch power prevents overloading.

Efficiency, durability and ease of use were the focal points in the development of the Conver C86. Naturally a number of tools are available for this machine, increasing the variety of jobs it can do.


Dimensions (l x w x h): 2,90 x 1,00 x 0,90 m (transport)
Hull (l x w x h): 1,75 x 1,00 x 0,90 m
Working width: 0,80 – 2,75 m
Working depth: max. 0,70 m
Weight: ca. 700 kg
Draft: ca. 0,40 m
Colour: Orange ral 2004 / grey ral 7012
Engine: Yanmar L100N 1-cylinder Diesel. 10 HP (7,4 kW) at 3600 rpm
Emission class: Tier 4 Final (EU stage IV)
Cooling system: Air cooled
Propulsion forward: External winch
Propulsion backward: Single hydraulic winch incl. freewheel, 2.000 kg, steel cable 10 mm x 50 m
Steering: 4x double acting valves
Hydraulic system: 1x gear pump, 30 l/min
Fuel tank: 5 L
Hydraulic tank: 35 l with return filter
Hydraulic oil: Univis N46
Maximum sailing: 7 km/h
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The C86 silt pusher has several advantages:

  • Specially designed to dredge ditches, canals or ponds
  • Suited to remove organic silt
  • A winch is mounted on the front and the back of the machine to push the silt
  • Push blades are available in different sizes and easily exchangeable
  • Working width of 2 m up to 8 m

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