New heavy duty slurry pump Sets have new standard for reliability, lowers total cost of ownership today that can handle the heaviest slurry under the toughest conditions. The New heavy duty slurry pump Sets will enable mines and related operations to move slurry with improved reliability and at lower operating cost.
The New heavy duty slurry pump Sets is designed to be maintained even while running, and to require less downtime for service procedures—with parts that are more accessible and adjustable than in other slurry pumps.
The New heavy duty slurry pump Sets’ short bearing housing is easily adaptable to nearly any existing foundation, so operators can retrofit existing pumps without investing in costly refitting of pipes, electrical lines and concrete base structures. The product is a leading brand of industrial pumps in the chemical, oil and gas, mining, power, and general industries.
1.Adjustable suction seal ring—Enables adjustment even while the pump is running, compensates for wear and maintains optimum impeller clearance for peak performance
2.Split stuffing box—Improves accessibility for easier and faster packing maintenance
3.Dual impeller adjustment—Provides quick, easy access for operators to perform impeller corrections
4.Replaceable wet end cartridge—Allows operators to change parts more quickly and efficiently, with the help of a unique, tapered impeller shaft
5.i-Alert condition monitor—ITT’s proprietary technology measures vibration and temperature, and signals users with a blinking red LED when it detects a potential problem. This allows operators to prevent catastrophes before they occur.
New heavy duty slurry pump Sets Specifications
The pump is designed to work optimally on both Service Class III (heavy) and Class IV (very heavy) slurries as defined by the Hydraulic Institute. The pump is available in six discharge sizes ranging from 80mm (3 inches) to 300mm (12 inches), and in four power frames. Its flow range extends to 2,950 cubic meters per hour or 13,000 gallons per minute, and discharge pressures to 85 meters or 280 feet.
The new pump is available in a range of sizes and configurations tailored to operator needs. Target applications include primary metals, mineral processing, non-metallic mining, power utilities, and sand and aggregates.
Added features expected in 2012 include expellers and rubber liners. The company also plans to offer additional pump sizes and higher pressure capabilities.