Flowserve Publishes New Mining and Mineral Processing Brochure

03.11.2003

The Flowserve Corporation has published a new full color, 20-page Mining and Mineral Processing brochure. This bulletin showcases the Pump Division’s full range of mining and mineral processing pumps for such services as: benefication, hydrometallurgy and refining.

The catalog also presents special purpose pumps for such applications as: dewatering, delivery of process water and the transport of slurries.

The brochure showcases the features of Flowserve’s extensive line of erosion- and corrosion-resistant pumps for such benefication processes as: grinding, classifying, separating and concentrating. Designed for toughness and versatility, these pumps handle such severe applications as: cyclone feed, heated brine transfer for potash precipitation, mineral/flocculant transfer for base metal flotation and heavy media separation.

The literature also points out that Flowserve pumps utilize the world’s broadest range of alloys, hardened metals and non-metallic materials, ideal for handling aqueous solutions, dissolving agents and corrosive and erosive slurries found in solvent extraction. The bulletin also notes that Flowserve pumps can be used for a wide range of refining services such as: sulfuric acid recovery, ash handling, flue gas desulphurization scrubbers, cooling water and electrolyte transfer.

For more information about the new Mining and Mineral Processing brochure, Flowserve mining/mineral processing products or any other Flowserve products contact:

Flowserve Corporation Pump Division 1200 Industrial Park Drive

Telephone: (800) 728-7867

Fax: (937) 890-5314

Vandalia, OH 45377

USA

E-Mail: fpdinfo@flowserve.com

Sean S. Clancy 1 972 443 6546

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