Archive for the ‘Mining’ Category

BBA: Pumps now available in corrosion-resistant stainless steel 316

Thursday, June 9th, 2016 von admin
6ʺ solids handling pump

6ʺ solids handling pump

The dry self-priming pumps of the BA series are now also available in stainless steel 316. These pumps are made for a variety of industrial applications, particularly with corrosive environments such as offshore or mining which demand high performance materials.

The stainless steel casting parts are typically available from stock for the most popular BA models. This allows the stainless steel pumps to be quickly assembled with a diesel or electric motor in a sound attenuated canopy or in an open frame.

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Xylem: New dewatering pump range on show at Bauma

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 von admin

The new Flygt 2000 drainage pump range consists of large and mid-sized drainage pumps engineered for the most challenging dewatering conditions and applications. Xylem will showcase the pumps at the Bauma International Trade Fair in Munich in April 2016.

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Kirloskar: New wastewater pump series

Thursday, February 5th, 2015 von admin

i-NS PumpKBL’s (Kirloskar Brothers Limited) new “i-NS” pump is a non-clog sewage submersible pump designed for dewatering function in the

  • water & wastewater treatment industries,
  • sewage,
  • building & construction and
  • other allied segments.

The compact size of the pump helps in minimizing submergence, and it comes with an aesthetically-improved design for maintenance-free work.
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Andritz: Dewatering flooded mine tunnels in South Africa

Thursday, July 17th, 2014 von admin

South Africa is currently dealing with the problem of acid water because underneath the old gold mining city of Johannesburg is a lake which contains heavily contaminated water, which spreads horizontally and vertically into the abandoned pits of the former gold mines.  Meanwhile, the water line has reached a critically high level, as determined by the specialists from Andritz Ritz, which was given the first order to drain the mine water in 2010. The execution of the project was delayed by four years however, and it was only in spring 2014 that two powerful submersible motor pumps were installed in the middle of Johannesburg city centre, in the so-called “Central Basin”, with each pump capable of bringing 1,500 m³/h of water to the surface.

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