Metso Outotec slurry pumps to treat tails at SevGOK iron ore project

Engineering Dobersek in Germany and Severniy Mining and Processing (SevGOK) in Ukraine have chosen Metso Outotec’s mill discharge pumps for Severniy’s greenfield course of waste thickening plant, the OEM says.
Metso Outotec’s pumps shall be used to pump the iron ore focus plant’s waste sludge into the settling ponds from the thickeners. The 22 pumps to be delivered by Metso Outotec embrace 10 massive high-capacity MDM700 pumps. Together, the pumps are capable of dealing with a complete volume of 117,500 cu.m/h of waste sludge.
“SevGOK’ Privy is the second of its sort in Ukraine, and Engineering Dobersek in Germany has designed it,” Axel Stappen, Managing Director, Engineering Dobersek GmbH, says. “With this funding, SevGOK goals to lower environmental impacts and prices by decreasing energy consumption and water utilization. They chose Metso Outotec pumps because of their reliability and effectivity, and the good support Metso Outotec has provided of their previous tasks.”
Michael Nienhaus, Head of Sales, Slurry Pumps, Germany, Metso Outotec, says: “We are delighted to have been chosen to provide our MD sequence pumps to SevGOK’s project. To give an thought of the scale of an MDM700 pump, it could possibly weigh as a lot as 31 t and be 2.eight m in diameter, and have a formidable pumping quantity of as much as 9,650 cu.m/h. The MDM pumps operate in very demanding conditions, and we’ve designed them to function reliably and to face up to distinctive put on.”
Metso Outotec mill discharge pumps have been designed for mill circuit functions, similar to SAG/ball mill discharge pumps and hydrocyclone feed. Special emphasis has been placed on components that have to withstand distinctive put on from coarse heavy solids and flow turbulence, the company says.

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