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July 1, 2014

A new slurry pump that handles high volumes

The new Wirth triplex double-acting piston diaphragm (TDPM) pump combines two well established and proven pumping principles for the transport of high volumes of abrasive slurry. The Wirth TDPM works on the triplex double-acting principle. It has flowrates of up to 1,400 m³/h at a discharge pressure of up to 8 MPa in the 3,000 kW input power version. This is a significant increase in capacity compared to conventional piston diaphragm pumps, says the company. The Wirth TDPM 3000 can be used for traditional applications, such as slurry pipeline transport, autoclave feeding, mine dewatering and ore hoisting. Additionally, the pump is an efficient solution to pump thickened oil-sand tailings. — Aker Solutions, Erkelenz, Germany

www.akersolutions.com

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