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Dewatering Pumps for mining applications

Dewatering pumps for mining applications

This article aims to share information on the various types of mining pumps. Mining operations require dewatering and safe disposal of potentially contaminated water. Proper mine dewatering is a critical component to every successful mining operation, regardless of the type of mining that is being done, generally, mining dewatering requires high head, i.e., 100 to 120 meters with solid handling size of 40 to 60 mm. Read More
What are some methods and useful pumps for dewatering applications?

What are some methods and useful pumps for dewatering applications?

In a layman’s language, dewatering means removal of water. This process is used in various industries but most commonly in construction and waste management where the water is separated from solid materials using various kinds of pumps. So what happens is that in construction sites, the water is pumped out to lower the ground level of water to ease excavation below natural ground level. Read More
Where Are Self-Priming Pumps Used?

Where Are Self-Priming Pumps Used

Some pumps are partially or completely above the fluid level. In these cases air can come into the suction line and must be evacuated before using the pump. Self-priming pumps can remove this air on their own before the pump begins operating normally. Read More
Why is priming necessary in centrifugal pumps?

Why is priming necessary in centrifugal pumps?

Centrifugal pumps are used to move liquids by using rotational motors called impellers. Fluid enters the impeller along its axis and is pushed out due to centrifugal force along the circumference. Impellers are required to increase the velocity and pressure of the fluid to guide it to the pump’s exit. Read More
How Does a Sewage Pump Work

How Does a Sewage Pump Work?

A sewage pump moves waste solids and liquids from one place to another. Residential sewage is typically made of soft solids with a diameter of upto 2 inches. The sewage goes from the sewage basin to a septic tank or sewer. Read More
How Does A Fire Pump Work?

How Does A Fire Pump Work?

Fire pumps are among the most commonly used pumps for fire fighting in the world. These pumps are life and property savers. A good fire pump is easily portable and can be moved around to the affected area. They operate using diesel or electricity Read More
Types Of Fire Pumps

Types Of Fire Pumps

Fire protection systems must be reliable in their operation. They are essential for fire fighting particularly in high rise buildings. Their perfect functioning ensures that water will be delivered properly to put a fire ou Read More
Challenges Of The Engineering Sector Globally

Challenges Of The Engineering Sector Globally

The engineering sector has reached a pivotal point today. Recent years have brought technological disruption, political turmoil, and changes in the way employees want to work; creating uncertainty for the future of this sector Read More