Quality Inspection for Pipeline Water Pump - ATLAS 65 SPH MEDIUM DUTY HIGH HEAD SLURRY PUMP – Tiiec
Quality Inspection for Pipeline Water Pump - ATLAS 65 SPH MEDIUM DUTY HIGH HEAD SLURRY PUMP – Tiiec Detail:
SPH MEDIUM DUTY SLURRY PUMPS:
SPH pumps are single stage, single suction, over hang, double casing horizontal slurry pumps, widly used in power plant, metallurgy, mining, coal ,building material and chemical industries to deliver abrasive or corrosives fluids. Due to its large flow rate and high head, SPH pumps are particularly suit for pumping long distance slug in power plants. SPH pumps could be used as multi-stage pumps in series.
SPH SLURRY PUMP MODEL MEANINGS:
Usage of versatile wear-resistanct metal allows SPL slurry pumps could be used in different
industries such as mill discharge and tailings in mining process, ash removal and FGD in power plants, coal washing in coal preparations, to reduce operation cost, minimize maintenance and down time.
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By Alex from Chile - 2015.09.23 18:44
The factory workers have rich industry knowledge and operational experience, we learned a lot in working with them,we are extremely grateful that we can encount a good company has excellent wokers.
By Deirdre from Florence - 2015.09.21 11:44