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This heavy-duty slurry pump can be serviced while running

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ITT Goulds Pumps

ITT Goulds Pumps

XHD model pumps are heavy-duty metal- and rubber-lined slurry pumps (photo) that can be serviced while running, due to the presence of more accessible and adjustable parts than comparable slurry pumps, says the manufacturer. These pumps can be installed into existing pump layouts with minimal baseplate and piping changes. The XHD is used in applications such as primary metals, mineral processing, non-metallic mining, power utilities and sand and aggregates. XHD pumps operate with capacities up to 13,000 gal/min, with heads up to 280 ft at temperatures up to 250°F and pressures up to 17 bars. — ITT Goulds Pumps, Seneca Falls, N.Y.

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