Dover’s Pump Solutions Group Receives Mining Safety Certificate Approval in China

03.07.2013

Pump Solutions Group is pleased to announce that its Wilden Turbo-Flo Z air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pumps have received the Safety Certificate Approval for Mining Products, which certifies that the pumps can be used in mining operations in China.

Dover’s Pump Solutions Group Receives Mining Safety Certificate Approval in China

Mining Safety Certificate (Image: Pump Solutions Group)

The certificate is presented by the Mining Products Safety Approval and Certification Center (MA Center), which has an accreditation process that involves the review of technical documents, on-site assessment of the manufacturer’s facility qualifications of technical capability, production equipment and testing instruments, and testing of the certified product.

“PSG is proud to receive this important certificate, confirming the safe use of our leading Turbo-Flo Z AODD pumps in China mining operations,” said David Wang, PSG Vice President of Asia-Pacific. “At PSG, safety is one of our core beliefs and this certificate is an example of the safe products we are providing the marketplace.”

Turbo-Flo Z pumps have no electrical components or motors, which improves safety. The pumps also feature the longest mean time between repairs (MTBR) as well as simple assembly and disassembly. Turbo-Flo Z pumps also feature large solid transfer, a critical element in mining operations. Turbo-Flo Z pumps provide lube-free operation, are non-stalling and easy to maintain. They feature dry-run, deadhead and self-priming capabilities for superior performance and efficiency.

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