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Forth pump

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Forth pump, also known as foam pump, is a vertical tank type slurry pump, which is the latest generation of foam pump with advanced technology at home and abroad. It is ideal for transporting slurries containing large amounts of foam, especially in the flotation process.


The vertical foam pump is designed to increase the pumping capacity of the foam slurry, minimize the ingress of air into the slurry, and maximize air emissions from the sump, suction and pump. The principle of operation is similar to that of a hydrocyclone. They are used in the flotation process and the foam is inevitable. The material of the wet end part of the foam pump is also known as A05, but for the tank, we can coat the steel tank on the natural rubber according to your special requirements.


Forth pumps are widely used in the metallurgical industry, mining, coal mining and chemical engineering to treat abrasive and corrosive slurries.


Forth pumps are effective in eliminating foam in the slurry and functioning even when the feed slurry is insufficient, making it ideal for conveying foam slurries during flotation.


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