Helping you meet your production targets
Mine sites are faced with many challenges that can have an impact on production. Many of these challenges have solutions especially when it comes to slurry transport applications. Securing and installing the proper pump for your primary cyclone feed application can have a significant impact on meeting production goals to include longer life and monetary savings.
This webinar will take a close look at three major challenges faced by mining operations, what happens when those challenges aren’t addressed, and key steps that can be taken to correct and avoid such challenges. We will examine the topics of incorrect pump size, insufficient wear life and insufficient available power.
If you’ve asked yourself the question: “Why am I not getting the right performance from my cyclone feed pump”? Then join us for an engaging session with a real life case study and three solutions to get optimum performance from your pump.
Gary Moore is the North America Global Mining Manager at KSB. Gary has 38 years of experience in the mining industry. In his current role, he manages all North American sales business for KSB Mining and is involved with international projects developed and completed in North America. During his extensive career, Gary secured the largest aluminium project for the Vedanta Mining Corporation in India, which included 224 slurry pumps as well as a significant amount of non-slurry and chemical pumps.
Pump Applications Manager
John Harding has been a part of the KSB Group since 1988. He is currently the Pump Applications Manager at KSB’s subsidiary GIW Industries, Inc. and has held that role since 2000. Johns particular area of focus is on pump selections, pump applications and troubleshooting of slurry systems. He has a wealth of knowledge regarding slurry pumps and the mining industry, which he uses as an instructor at the annual GIW® Slurry Transportation Course.