The Asia Miner

JUN 2018

The ASIA Miner - Reporting Important Issues to Mining Companies in the Asia Pacific Region

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Tsurumi Pump the asia miner • volume 15 • issue 2 45 SUPPLIER NEWS: Tsurumi Pump Since its founding in 1924, Tsurumi Manufacturing Co has been manufacturing, importing and selling pumps, environmental equipment and peripherals. Submersible pumps are Tsurumi's specialty. As a new addiƟon to the GSZ-series of submersible high-head, high volume pumps, Tsurumi has recently released the GSZ-150-4 equipped with a 150kW motor. Tsurumi's GSZ-series pumps are highly reliable in heavy-duty applications where required to run continuously under harsh conditions such as mining, quarries, construction and tunnel projects. The new GSZ-150-4 is positioned as the highest class model of the series, delivering a maximum head of 70m and maximum capacity of 19 m 3 /minute. To stand up to harsh conditions of use, the impeller is made of highly wear- resistant, high-chromium cast iron. The pump is designed and built for side discharge by way of a spiral flow route that ensures smooth passage of solid matter. Moreover, the motor is encased in a water jacket that cools the motor if kept running at low water level for extended periods of time. Additionally, the GSZ-150-4 comes standard with an anti-wicking cable, motor protector, leakage sensor, dual inside mechanical seals with silicon carbide faces, and an oil lifter. The pump is also equipped with relief ports that release pumping pressure before it can act on mechanical seal. With features like these, Tsurumi's highly reliable and durable GSZ-150-4 pump is ready for continuous duty at tough job sites. Tsurumi has many other types and models of pumps that offer the high reliability, durability and corrosion resistance needed to handle tough jobs. For more information, contact Tsurumi. Tsurumi new GSZ-series pump hits the market Tsurumi's GSZ-series pumps are highly reliable in heavy- duty applicaƟons

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