WEIR MINERALS INTEGRATES KEY BRANDS IN MUDFLOW™ PUMP

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Integrating its growing vary of products into engineered-to-order (ETO) options is more and more a way of life at Weir Minerals. The latest launch of its dredge-mounted Multiflo® Mudflo™ pump exhibits how efficient this strategy can be, and how a lot it might possibly contribute to customers’ bottom lines.
Media launch – 01-08-2022
WEIR MINERALS INTEGRATES KEY BRANDS IN MUDFLOW™ PUMP
Integrated options are what separates tools suppliers from answer suppliers, argues Marnus Koorts, common manager pump products at Weir Minerals Africa – and the recently launched Multiflo® Mudflo™ pump reveals how that is done.
This dredge/excavator-mounted, mud-pumping innovation was launched last yr, after being developed in response to a challenge which a customer confronted, says Koorts. It is a heavy duty hydraulic submersible slurry pump designed for abrasive applications and enormous particle handling. Its utility is primarily in reprocessing and relocating tailings ponds, maintaining water retention dams and managing slimes and sludge ponds.
“The Multiflo Mudflo pump efficiently combines parts of the Warman MGS submersible slurry pump-end, and a custom Multiflo designed bearing assembly coupled to a hydraulic motor,” he says. “ pressure gauge digital ราคา is the pairing of dual Multiflo CB33 hydraulic cutters with Weir ESCO excavation enamel.”
The cutters mechanically agitate the settled solids, permitting abrasive and highly charged slurries and dust to be efficiently pumped. He emphasises that the components making up the Multiflo® Mudflo™ pump are drawn from Weir Minerals proven manufacturers, and are carefully mixed to provide an built-in resolution that saves prospects time and money. It additionally reduces environmental impression, by avoiding the expensive and energy-intensive process excavating and trucking the fabric off website.
“The pump design includes Weir Minerals’ Ultrachrome A05 chrome alloy casting for top wear resistance,” he says. “There can be a suction strainer to forestall excessively giant particles clogging the pump.”
This ensures that the unit delivers optimal uptime alongside excessive efficiency ranges: the Mudflo™ 200 pump is capable of pumping between one hundred fifty m3/h and 1,200 m3/h, as a lot as a head of 82 metres. The pump can handle a most particle dimension of 80 mm, and a most liquid temperature of 35°C.
“While our integration of products has grown organically over the years, it has turn into extra systematic and deliberate as our product vary has grown and turn into more diverse,” says Koorts. “The method we now have developed this resolution reveals the progress in recent times toward integrating our product traces to add worth to our offerings.”
He notes that the process of ETO ensures that options developed by Weir Minerals’ engineering teams ship extra value than the sum of their part elements. In this case, the company’s dewatering consultants were ready to draw on the best know-how from Weir Minerals’ Multiflo®, Warman® and Weir ESCO® manufacturers – combining them with advanced hydraulics to create an progressive result.
“Our extensive footprint within the area and our close collaboration with customers every day offers us an in depth understanding of their particular necessities,” he says. “We can therefore make certain that our improvements are fit for objective, being primarily based on our appreciable ETO capability and technical excellence.”
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PIC 01 : Marnus Koorts, basic manager pump products at Weir Minerals Africa.
PIC 02 : The Multiflo Mudflo TM pump and dredge unit.
PIC 03 : The Multiflo Mudflo pump has been engineered for abrasive functions.
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