China abrasion-resistant slurry pumps


EHM Series slurry pump is mainly using for handing strong abrasive, high density slurries and low density, high head slurries in the metallurgical, mining, coal, power, building material and other industrial departments etc. The head of EHM-4D is ranging from 12 to 65 meters and the capacity is from 162 to 360 cubic meters per hour accordingly.


The frame plates of this kind of slurry pump have replaceable wear-resistant metal liners. The impellers are made of wear-resistant metal. The frame plate liner and impeller for EHM slurry pump are adoptable of hard metal only.

Bearing assembly of this kind of slurry pump use cylindrical structure, adjusting the space between impeller and front liner easily, being removed completely when being repaired. Bearing assembly use grease lubrication.

The shaft seal of this kind of slurry pump could use the packing seal, expeller seal and mechanical seal. The discharge branch can be positioned at intervals of 45 degrees by request and oriented to any eight positions to suit installations and applications.

Here are the drive types, such as V belt drive, gear reducer drive, fluid coupling drive, and frequency conversion drive devices. The pump of this type may be installed in multistage series to meet the delivery for long distance.


This kind of slurry pump mainly applies in coal washer processing, handling with the fine ore and tailings in metal mine, handing combined bottom and fly ash in a thermal power station etc. .

Model Explanation and Performance Chart:

E:Excellence Brand
H:High Concentration
M: Metal lined
12: Discharge size (inch)
ST: Frame type with maximum power

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MTConnect Names Memex to Lead Working Group on Best Practices

Will establish guidelines for implementing open standards that would unify machine tools around the world.
By Peter Alpern
October 11th, 2010

The MTConnect Institute, an organization that develops and provides open standards to foster unified machine tools in facilities worldwide, named Memex Automation to lead the working group it has established to formulate best practices and overall guidance.

David McPhail, president and CEO Memex Automation Inc., will lead the working group, along with John Turner, director of technology for FA Consulting and Technology. Other members of the group will be manufacturing equipment providers, independent software vendors, consultants, and users.

The Legacy Machine Tool Connectivity Working Group was introduced in September at IMTS 2010 by the MTConnect Institute and the OPC Foundation. OPC, which develops open specifications for interoperability in automation, and MTConnect have outlined a plan to develop standards called MTConnectOpcUa, which will be a set of specifications to ensure interoperability and consistency between MTConnect specifications and OPC specifications, along with the manufacturing technology equipment, devices, software or other products that implement those standards.

MTConnect is a manufacturing industry standard that is being implemented for organized distribution and retrieval of process information among CNC machine tools. Initial development of the standard was conducted jointly by researchers at the University of California-Berkeley and the Georgia Institute of Technology, with input from machine shops, original equipment manufacturers, and machine tool manufacturers.

Mexex, which is based out of Burlington, Ont., is a unit of Astrix Networks Inc., which uses the R&D of Memex Electronics, a supplier of component hardware, memory upgrades, and shop-floor communication technology to the manufacturing sector.

?This proposed working group is critical for enabling MTConnect on the countless number of manufacturing?s legacy machine tools and I fully expect our MTConnect Technical Advisory Group to approve this new working group,? said Dave Edstrom, president and chairman of the MTConnect Institute.

?We want to see an array of hardware options to enable MTConnect for both small and large installations.?.

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Roll Mills

Roll Mills Collin? laboratory roll mils are machines intended for discontinuous mixing, kneading and plasticizing. These are important processing operations that can be used to test the quality and processability of plastics and elastomers . Whether commodity resin, high-temperature material or other specialty such as a ceramic formulation ? roll mills from Collin? set the standard for precision and reliability. Roll Mills

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NEW Latches and Catches from WDS

WDS has introduced a new range of latches to their ever expanding product portfolio, this new range includes knuckle catches, magnetic catches, double ball catches, paddle latches, compression latches, lift and turn cam latches slide latches, quarter turn latches and slam latches

The new product range includes 35 new designs ideal for applications such as enclosures, doors, gates, lockers and cabinets, domestic and industrial furniture plus many more

Key products include a knuckle catch which consists of black fibreglass reinforced nylon body and steel zinc plated ball which can be secured to your application using M6 Screws, ideal for cabinet doors for quick locking, a slight variation of this is the magnetic catch ideal for a lighter duty applications

The double ball catch is an excellent example of how adaptable this new product range is by allowing the user to apply the catch in two possible positions side and front mounted

Also included are a selection of paddle and slam latches, available in various sizes, these standard door latches have the option of a key lockable feature. Materials include zinc plated, steel black coated and stainless steel

This new collection of latches and catches adds to the compressive range of enclosure and machine accessories available from WDS, these include quarter turn catches, hinges, handles, hand knobs, grips and clamping levers plus many more.

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10.4" TFT replacement monitor for ARBURG dialogic

10.4" TFT replacement monitor for ARBURG dialogic

Brief description:
This 10.4? TFT installation monitor has been designed as replacement for 12? tube monitor of ARBURG dialogic control unit. Conversion with plug and play is quick and easy with a few simple steps.

Technical specifications:
Display / resolution 10.4? TFT full colour active / 800x600 pixels
Brightness 300 cd/m2
Frequency 15-65 kHz horizontal, 50-75 Hz vertical
Settings 3 buttons OSD (On Screen Display)
Active area TFT screen 216 x 163 mm (W x H)
Connector 5 x BNC / RGB analogue
Power supply 85-240VAC
Temperature range -10?C to 55?C
Monitor has been manufactured according to CE industry standards, EN55022, EN55024
Order number: LCD10-0085
Article description: 10.4? TFT installation monitor with curvature adapter, mounting brackets and antireflection safety screen

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The perfect combined machine for frequent label and container changes

The perfect combined machine for frequent label and container changes With the GERNEP COMBI we offer filling and final packaging operators requiring frequent container and labelling changes as well as contract fillers all the possibilities of labelling the most varied glass, plastic and tinplate with one machine in a confined space. This enables a quick reaction to the most varied of demands from the beverage, food and chemical industries.

Capacity range:
Our labelling machines are customer orientated individual solutions which we adapt to the respective capacity and format.
This means we develop and produce small and compact machines for small capacities right up to high performance machines over a whole range of equipment configurations. The perfect combined machine for frequent label and container changes

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