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Weir Minerals: Your Slurry Equipment Solution

Weir Minerals industrial pumps are designed to operate efficiently and provide heavy-duty performance in even the most difficult conditions. When it comes to slurry equipment solutions, you want to look for superiority of hydraulic design and corrosion-resistant materials. That’s why IPEG trusts the products from Weir Minerals. From hard metal and rubber-lined pumps to valves, Weir Minerals products are ideal for global mining, mineral processing, power sector and general industry applications.

Superior Pumps

Weir Minerals industrial pumps are designed to operate efficiently and provide heavy-duty performance in even the most difficult conditions. Their wide range of pumps include a solution for every application:

  • Centrifugal Slurry Pumps
  • Positive Displacement Slurry Pumps
  • Specialty Slurry Pumps
  • Vertical Chemical Pumps
  • Slurry Pumps
  • Extra Heavy-Duty Vortex Pumps

Reliable Valves

Reduce your risk of downtime and disruption with Weir Minerals valves. Their slurry and industrial valves are suited to almost every application where the flow of slurry, gas or liquid needs to be regulated. Designed for ease of maintenance and maximum reliability, these valves are guaranteed to operate under extreme conditions.

  • Slurry Valves
  • Industrial Valves

Comprehensive Equipment Repair Services

As a factory-authorized warranty and service center, IPEG can provide you with repair estimates, field repairs and on-site maintenance work. We promise to work with you beyond the sale, and our factory-trained service technicians provide industrial-equipment and industrial-pump repair service. In addition to equipment repair, we offer contractual maintenance, pump inspection, laser alignment and installation of equipment.

Are you looking for the right slurry equipment solution? For more information, contact an IPEG expert today!

 

Improve Energy Efficiency with VFD Technology

VFD Technology

We turn off the lights when we leave the room. We turn down the A/C when we go on vacation. We turn off the water faucet when we’re not using it. So why are many companies running their pumps at full speed when it’s not needed?

Variable Frequency Drives

Variable frequency drives (VFD) reduce the total energy cost and life cycle cost (LCC) of an industrial pump, fan or compressor. The load profile for any industrial motor varies depending on multiple factors such as weather conditions and facility usage. VFDs are often a good choice for motors that don’t need to constantly run at 100%. They are able to monitor demand and change the motor output to match the load profile, ultimately making the motor more efficient and increasing energy savings. Also, VFDs help reduce the life cycle cost of a motor when it isn’t running at full speed at all times.

Read this article from Yaskawa to learn how to determine if a VFD motor is the right fit for your application. If you’re looking to speak to someone about your specific needs, contact IPEG or ask the IPEG experts.