Short Lead Time for Stainless Steel Precision Casting - ATLAS 400WL LOW TO MEDIUM HEAD PUMP – Tiiec
Short Lead Time for Stainless Steel Precision Casting - ATLAS 400WL LOW TO MEDIUM HEAD PUMP – Tiiec Detail:
WL(R) Low to Medium Head Heavy Duty Slurry Pump:
WL(R) hard metal light to medium duty slurry pumps are designed for continuous slurry handling applications where a large flow at a low to medium head is required. Especially for medium abrasive and lower solids concentrations applications. Similar in structure to WX pump, WL(R)pumps are smaller sized and relatively economical to handle mild slurries.
Usage of versatile wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant material allows WL(R) series slurry pumps to service in various industries, such as construction material processing, ash removal in power plant, flue gas desulphurization and coal washing in coal plant, etc., resulting in low operating cost, as well as minimized maintenance and downtime.
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From the past few years, our firm absorbed and digested sophisticated technologies equally at home and abroad. Meanwhile, our organization staffs a group of experts devoted into the growth of Short Lead Time for Stainless Steel Precision Casting - ATLAS 400WL LOW TO MEDIUM HEAD PUMP – Tiiec, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Turkey , British , Greenland , We have a dedicated and aggressive sales team, and many branches, catering to our main customers. We are looking for long-term business partnerships, and ensure our suppliers that they will definitely benefit in both short and long run.
By Dora from Panama - 2016.03.28 16:34
The product manager is a very hot and professional person, we have a pleasant conversation, and finally we reached a consensus agreement.
By Betty from Lisbon - 2016.03.28 16:34