Prior to the millMAX™, slurry pumps experienced two major problems: mechanical grinding of solids between the suction liner and impeller, and flow recirculating back to the impeller eye on the suction side. Both of these problems decrease pump life and increase power consumption. Conventional slurry pumps can only solve one of these issues through impeller and liner adjustment - but not both.

  • Increased wear life
  • Lower power consumption
  • Increased mill throughput
  • More consistent hydroclone separations
  • Reduced cost-per-ton pumped