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New mill-discharge pumps for efficient slurry handling

By Gerald Ondrey |

This company’s mill-discharge (MD) pumps (photo) are robust and have been designed to operate reliably in highly abrasive environments, providing optimal solutions for each part of the concentrator plants of a minerals-processing facility. The MD pumps have been designed for efficient operation and longest wear life to match the mill’s uptime. An oversized robust steel shaft and extra thick casings and liners are just some of the heavy-duty components that are equipped with the MD Series pumps. The pumps are available in two tailored solutions, MDM and MDR. They cover flows of up to 12,000 m3/h, with inlet sizes ranging from 250 to 700 mm, with either metal (MDM) or rubber (MDR) lining. Both pump types offer excellent resistance to abrasion and erosion and are suited for heavy-duty use. — Metso Outotec Corp, Helsinki, Finland

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