From discovery to excavation, metal and mineral processing, and beneficiation, the mining industry involves a series of complex and intensive steps that could prove almost impossible without sturdy and effective mining pumps. Understanding this need NETZSCH designs efficient and reliable mining pumps, which are used in several applications in the mining industry.
How can the Mining Pumps manufactured by NETZSCH help you?
NETZSCH understands that no two mining projects are alike. We analyze your specific situation to optimize and offer specific techniques for the transfer of the various medium which can, in turn, deliver reliable and cost-effective performance, that of which every safe and profitable mine needs.
What once involved intensive labor has now evolved into a technology-driven operation. Therefore, the industry requires efficient, and low maintenance mining equipment such as our specialized mining pumps which also adhere to the environmental and safety regulations required.
NETZSCH offers precise-engineered and reliable pumps such as the NEMO® and TORNADO®, that can handle abrasive and viscous media seamlessly. This includes transferring various sludge, slurry, and chemicals in and around the mining site.
Types of pumping applications involved in the Mining Industry
A great variety of media must be conveyed in mining, such as wastewater, mineral brine, thickened sludge, suspensions, filtrates, tailing, and explosives. Needless to say that NETZSCH can provide wear-resistant and durable pumps that can increase the overall efficiency of your system. Our expertise in technology allows us to offer you the most reliable mining pumps in the market for your slurry transport needs.
- Mineral Slurry Transfer
- Backfilling applications
- Gland seal water
- Chemical dosing
- Thickener underflow pumps
- Yellow Cake
- Wastewater processing
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