Underground Mine Dewatering Pumps

Underground Mine Dewatering Pumps

Video showing the impact resistance and durability of the innovative adjustable discharge of the new 2610 and 2620 Flygt submersible dewatering pumps, which replaced Bibo 2052 and 2066 pumps.Viewed: 761 timesLength: 01:23

March 5th, 2008 – Posted in Uncategorized

The new Force in dewatering launch movie featureing the new innovative 2600 series of Submersible pumps by ITT Flygt. The pump main benefits are Improved wear resistance (5 times vs traditional pump), Consistent performance over time, Superior reliability, Ease of use and maintenance. The video illustrated the different features of the pump, incl. High chrome […]

March 5th, 2008 – Posted in Uncategorized

Dragon Mining announced that a permit has been granted by the Western Finland Environmental Permit Authority for the dewatering of the decline and mine workings of the Vammala nickel mine in southern Finland. It advised further that dewatering will enable an assessment of the condition of the decline and main production levels to determine the […]

June 1st, 2008 – Posted in General, Nickel

Cornwall’s largest redundant tin mine is to be reopened as a base for a heat pump manufacturer. Mount Wellington mine near Bissoe has been bought by Kensa Engineering which designs and builds environmentally friendly heat pumps. The Cornish company will move from its current base at Mabe by the autumn.

Managing director Richard Freeborn said the company was […]

January 23rd, 2007 – Posted in General

Poseidon Nickel announced that it has commenced the trial rehabilitation of the underground decline at its Windarra Nickel project. The decision follows a recent announcement that the Company has gained the necessary approvals and has started removing water from the underground decline. The dewatering programme has advanced more quickly than anticipated and has now exposed […]

March 19th, 2008 – Posted in Nickel

Century Mining Corporation (TSX VENTURE:CMM) announces that initial inspections of the main surface decline to gain access to the underground Lamaque workings have now reached the 1500 level in the Lamaque mine. The company announced initial progress on the main decline inspection on May 10, 2006.

Conditions encountered in the decline between the 775 level and the […]

June 10th, 2006 – Posted in General, Precious metal

The 100-hr Wear Test is the most torturous real-life test any pump can go thru. The new 2670 pump by ITT Flygt pumps 174 monster truck loads of sand during this test. for more info, visit www.ittflygt.caViewed: 1290 timesLength: 04:38

March 5th, 2008 – Posted in Uncategorized

TEAL Exploration Mining has set aside US $1.5 million to be spent on the advancement of Mwambashi Mine, including a de-watering programme to pave way for the opening of the mine.
Rick Menell, TEAL’s president and chief executive officer said in a statement yesterday that the company’s largest copper asset, Konkola North, had also advanced in […]

September 13th, 2006 – Posted in General

Nikanor plc which has copper and cobalt mining interest in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is upbeat about its mining venture in the DRC saying its large scale project to rehabilitate the Kamoto-Virgule Oliveira (KOV) copper/cobalt mine is progressing well and according to other media reports full mining at KOV is expected to start […]

December 15th, 2006 – Posted in General

Rambler Metals & Mining PLC said it has identified a new high grade copper-gold zone at its Phase II drilling program in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
The company said the current drilling program has been focusing on delineation of the Ming Footwall Zone (MFZ) at approximately 50 metre centres utilizing directional drilling techniques with the latest […]

July 14th, 2006 – Posted in General

All mining operations were suspended at a mine in Gorlovka over an underground fire on Thursday.
As many as 170 miners were evacuated urgently from the mine, no one of them was injured, the central headquarters of the state military mountain rescue service of the Ukrainian Coalmining Ministry said.

December 29th, 2006 – Posted in General

Violent thunderstorms dampened the spirits of many Bulgarians hoping to greet the first sunrays in the tradition of July Morning. Throughout the night many other Bulgarian towns were submerged and eighteen men were blocked underground in a mine in Vidin at the Danube.

At some places large hails accompanied the storm and areas in the capital awoke […]

July 2nd, 2006 – Posted in General

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