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Heavy Duty Slurry Pumps for Hard Rock Mining Industries

Iron Ore From mine dewatering to mill discharge, concentrators, carbon-in-leach, agglomerators, and tailings, our slurry pumps are doing the job. The toughest conditions are met with the most wear-resistant and rugged pumps Schurco Slurry manufactures.

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Iron in groundwater Lenntech

Iron in rural groundwater supplies is a common problem: its concentration level ranges from 0 to 50 mg/l, while WHO recommended level is < 0.3 mg/l. The iron occurs naturally in the aquifer but levels in groundwater can be increased by dissolution of ferrous borehole and handpump components.

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It was an Underground Iron Ore Mine: Ishpeming's Salisbury

52-year history of a high-grade iron ore mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula at Ishpeming. In order to survive it endured 2 fires, a major cave-in, a flooded and destroyed $100,000 Shaft, many deaths, and the moving of a large church.

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The Cornish Pump, the Largest Steam Driven Pumping Engine

The Iron Mining Museum housing the Cornish Pump on the north side of Iron Mountain also contains the largest collection of underground mining equipment on display in the state of Michigan. Museum hours are 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday and 12 noon to 4

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Deep underground in the world's largest iron ore mine

The Kiruna mine, located in Kiruna in Norrbotten County, Lapland, Sweden, is the largest and most modern underground iron ore mine in the world. It is owned by Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB (LKAB), a large Swedish mining company, and has an annual production capacity of over 26 million tonnes of iron ore.

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Abandoned underground iron ore mine filled with a billion

Bonne Terre, Mo., is located about an hour south of St.Louis, and at the turn of the 20th century it was home to the world's leading producer of lead ore. The lead mine closed in 1961, and the pumps that kept the tunnels dry were turned off.

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Birmingham's underground rivers: Look inside the Magic

May 18, 2019· Birmingham mines . Following the Civil War, Alabama became one of the nation's leading iron and steel producers. The Birmingham area was one of the few places in the world where all of the

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Ground water: Dealing with iron contamination Filtration

Jun 16, 2011· The presence of iron in ground water is a direct result of its natural existence in underground rock formations and precipitation water that infiltrates through these formations. As the water moves through the rocks some of the iron dissolves and accumulates in aquifers which serve as a source for ground water.

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Mining Underground mining Britannica

Mining Mining Underground mining: When any ore body lies a considerable distance below the surface, the amount of waste that has to be removed in order to uncover the ore through surface mining becomes prohibitive, and underground techniques must be considered. Counting against underground mining are the costs, which, for each ton of material mined, are much higher underground than on

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These Mines Hiding Deep Below Minnesota Are Like A Whole

Jun 13, 2018· These Mines Hiding Deep Below Minnesota Are Like A Whole New Underground World. Ask any Minnesotan about the Iron Range, and they’ll know exactly what you’re talking about. People outside of Minnesota? Not so much. But that’s their loss, because Minnesota’s Iron Range is

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Iron Ore Pumps, Valves and Service KSB

Improve your business and reduce unplanned outages with GIW® Minerals hard rock pumps. Our commitment to customer service as well as technological innovation can bring big rewards to your iron ore mine by significantly improving the service life of your slurry pumps

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Weir Minerals expands mobile dewatering offering with new

Casting the pumps from steel creates a more robust pump and additionally promotes extended wear life with the possibility of weld repairing the casing should a problem develop, according to the company.

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It was an Underground Iron Ore Mine: Ishpeming's Salisbury

52-year history of a high-grade iron ore mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula at Ishpeming. In order to survive it endured 2 fires, a major cave-in, a flooded and destroyed $100,000 Shaft, many deaths, and

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Deep underground in the world's largest iron ore mine

The Kiruna mine, located in Kiruna in Norrbotten County, Lapland, Sweden, is the largest and most modern underground iron ore mine in the world. It is owned by Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB (LKAB), a large Swedish mining company, and has an annual production capacity of over 26 million tonnes of iron ore.

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Xylem dewaters Dannemora underground iron ore for future

Xylem dewaters Dannemora underground iron ore for future mining. Posted by Matrix on 22nd February 2012 In May 2009, when the water level was at 311 m below ground, four parallel Vogel pump

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Abandoned underground iron ore mine filled with a billion

Bonne Terre, Mo., is located about an hour south of St.Louis, and at the turn of the 20th century it was home to the world's leading producer of lead ore. The lead mine closed in 1961, and the pumps that

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Pumping Iron: GIW and KSB Pumps Power Australian Iron Ore

Iron ore mining is demanding enough, but it's an especially harsh enterprise in far northwestern Australia, where temperatures can reach well past 110 F in the summer. Hope Downs needed pumping

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Ground water: Dealing with iron contamination Filtration

Jun 16, 2011· The presence of iron in ground water is a direct result of its natural existence in underground rock formations and precipitation water that infiltrates through these formations. As the water moves through the rocks some of the iron

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