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Metso Outotec enhances filtration plant efficiency

Metso Outotec has developed its filtration plant units to improve operational reliability and efficiency in dewatering applications.

Metso Outotec is launching comprehensive filtration plant units to maximise operational reliability in dewatering applications whilst achieving energy and water efficiency.

The offering consists of three major plant units around Metso Outotec’s Larox PF, Larox FFP, and CC filter technologies, all designed for the dewatering of concentrates and tailings.

The latest addition to the offering is the Larox FFP3716 filter plant unit. This represents Metso Outotec’s most advanced technology for the safe processing of a high-volume of tailings.

All Metso Outotec filtration plant units are scalable and come as complete customisable solutions to meet even the most stringent customer requirements.

The filtration plant units consist of advanced filters, screens, filter feed tanks, slurry pumps and conveyors coupled with process control system and various ancillary products.

This is all backed by expert services from Metso Outotec Dewatering Technology Center (DTC) in Lappeenranta, Finland.

The integrated service offering provided by the company’s global network ranges from filter inspection and dewatering optimisation to spares and wears and remote support and Life Cycle Services.

“The filtration plant units combine all this knowledge to provide our customers with unrivalled dewatering performance,” Metso Outotec product manager, filtration plant units Toni Kuisma said.

“We have also optimised the engineering and delivery process,” Kuisma continued. “The new plant unit concept provides the fastest time-to-volume for our customers.

“Special attention has also been paid to the units’ maintainability through, for example, advanced digitalisation. Their high level of automation enables easy optimisation and remote support,” he added.

 

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