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1. Which GIW® pump is designed for high-pressure hydrotransport applications in which you must move tailings materials across long distances. Hint: These pumps work best in booster stations in clusters of 4-5 pumps.
2. In phosphate tailings applications, booster pumps are required to transport materials over long distances. Water hammer is a common concern in these long pipelines. Which GIW® pump is best suited to handle these pressure surges?
3. Which GIW® pump is designed to operate under the most extreme duty conditions at the heart of the mill circuit? Hint: This pump is often used in single-stage cyclone feed applications.
4. In the sugar refinement process, slurry pumps transport the “dirty juice”, which is a combination of raw sugar cane mixed with sand, mud, and rocks, to pressurized heaters for processing. Which GIW® pump offers a sweet mix of abrasion resistance with high efficiency?
5. Some operations require the addition of chemical agents that froth and separate the desired ore from the liquid. These slurries create air bubbles that can build up and impede flow in a phenomenon called airlock. What GIW® pump would you select to prevent airlock and ensure continuous operation?
6. Which GIW® pump is optimized for heavy-duty applications in ore and tailings transportation, and widely used in a variety of other slurry and process applications?
7. Many pumping operations have collection tanks designed to capture runoff or wash-down liquid and solids. A pump is used to remove that slurry before it overflows into the work area floor. Which light-duty GIW® pump can operate continuously without extra monitoring systems?