Machines       Built in Sweden, the Truxor amphibious machine is made of lightweight alloy and runs on tracks to give minimal ground pressure.        What makes the  machine so innovative is the variety of jobs it can do using its' quick release hydraulically driven attachments.       By fitting the Digger Arm it becomes an amphibious mini digger, whilst the cutter blades can cut weed up to 1.4 metres below water level.       The Grab Arm and the Rake are also used to collect the cut weeds, weed roots and other debris. Any surface algae is removed with the Sieve Rake. Ponds that become silted up are cleared by fitting the Dredge PumpThe Truxor then becomes a self- propelled dredger, able to pump silt through a 2" bore pipe up to 300 metres away.                  + The Truxor was designed, from the start, to access environmentally sensitive areas with minimal impact and maximum                                                                                       safety for the operator.            + The machine is quiet when running and operates a hydraulic drive system using bio degradable oil - even the bearings use                                                              'edible' grease (as used in the food packaging industry).      + The tracks that the machine drives on have plastic paddles attached,which oxygenate the water whilst driving the machine along.       + One other attachment of interest is the post hole borer - enabling the machine to traverse hazardous terrain while carrying out fence post installation.