Self propelled sand balers, called self propelled ferries, are designed to propel sand into the ocean by pushing the blades with a force far greater than what is required to pull the sand in.
The device can lift a payload of up to 2,000 pounds and can be used to carry cargo in the form of sand, rocks, and other debris.
But the blades are designed specifically to propel the sand out of the way, and to do so by pushing a propeller.
The blades are also very durable, with a carbon fiber body that can withstand being slammed into concrete and metal.
Self propelled ferres were designed to ferry sand to the Pacific Ocean.
They were first used for shipping purposes, and were also used to transport sand from Asia to the Caribbean in the 1980s.
A company called SPSO, a subsidiary of SPS Industries, has since made several improvements to the design.
SPSOs self propelled sandbalers have a new blade design that’s able to withstand impacts from the propeller and a new handle to help keep the blades from going through the hull of the ship.
A few years ago, the SPSS shipboard sand-cleaning system was upgraded and used to clean up the ocean.
Now, the new blade is much more durable, and can withstand impact from the ship propeller, according to the SDSO.
The new blade was designed to be able to generate more power to push the sand up into the water.
It’s also much more stable than the previous blades.
The newest blade is able to move the sand at speeds that are 10 times the speed of sound.
The blade is designed to make sand move faster.
When the new self propelled blades hit the water, they generate more energy to propel them up into a larger container that will be able lift the sand to a larger ship.
The sand is then moved into a special container that can hold a load of sand and other materials, and then pushed back down into the harbor.
The cargo ship will then be able hold the sand and cargo for up to one year before being towed back to port.
A number of companies have developed sand-based self propelled ships.
SDSOE, for example, was one of the first companies to make a self propelled boat called the SSS-7, which is used for transporting cargo between the United States and Europe.
The ship is powered by diesel, and the blades that generate the power for the boat are made from carbon fiber, according the SESO.
Other companies that have been developing sand-powered ships include K-Powered, and SandSea, which have been in business for more than a decade.
The SPSOE ship is expected to be in service in the next two to three years, according a SESOS statement.