MANAGEMENT

Pump maintenance made easier

AN AUTOMATIC adjustment system is helping to reduce downtime on slurry pumps and miners that have tried it say it has improved wear life and increased safety.

Weir workers with a Warman pump fitted with the throatbush adjustment technology.

Weir workers with a Warman pump fitted with the throatbush adjustment technology.

Weir Minerals has devised an automatic adjustment for the gap between the pump's throatbush and impeller front shroud. In many applications the throatbush has the shortest life compared to the impeller...

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