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8/6E-THR Rubber Slurry Pump

catalogues: THR slurry pump
Capacity: 324-720m³/h
Head: 7-49m
Power: Max.120kw
Size: 200X150mm
Time: 2021-05-23


8/6E-AHR Rubber Lined Slurry Pump is the standard heavy duty slurry pumps which designed for the continuous pumping of highly abrasive, high density slurries with minimal maintenance requirements, It maintains high efficiencies over the wear life of its components. 8/6 slurry pump typically used in process plant transfers, wet waste processes, recycling-washing plants, sand plant duties, heavy minerals processing, mineral recovery and chemical process plant.

Design Features

√ Heavy duty construction with through-bolt design provides ease of maintenance and minimal downtime

√ Ductile iron fully lined casing provides durability, strength, safety, and long service life

√ Large diameter, slow turning, high efficiency impellers designed to achieve maximum wear life and low operating costs

√ Large, open internal passages designed to reduce internal velocities, maximize wear life and lower operating costs

√ Thick rubber or alloy bolt-in liners provide superior corrosion resistance plus offer ease of liner change-out and interchangeability to reduce overall maintenance costs and maximize wear life

√ Minimal shaft/impeller overhang reduces shaft deflection and increases packing life

√ Cartridge-style bearing assembly allows for maintenance in a clean environment without removal of the pump, resulting in reliable operation and prolonged bearing life

√ Grease or oil lubrication bearing assembly options offer ease of maintenance and reduced downtime

√ Optional dry running shaft seal reduces or eliminates flush water requirements

√ Effective expeller prolongs packing life while reducing or eliminating flush water requirement


RT® 8/6 E AHR Rubber Lined Slurry Pump Performance Parameters:



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DC Type: The output shaft of a motor is directly connected to the input shaft of a pump via a pump coupler. This type of connection is suitable for applications where the speed of the slurry pump is the same as that of

the motor.

CV Type: The pump is driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine. This way of connection allows for saving space, easy installation, and fast adjustment of pumping speed. The motor is fixed to the

motor support frame which is located on the bearing support above the slurry pump.

ZV Type: Another type of belt drive that allows easy adjustment of pumping speed. The motor is directly fixed to the bearing support. This way of installation is suitable for motors with larger horsepower than is possible with CV type of installation. Due to the installation of motor onto the bearing support, this method helps save installation space.

CR Type: This type of belt drive makes it easier to adjust pumping speed. The installation allows both the motor and slurry pump to be fixed to the ground. The motor is installed to the side of the pump. This installation method is suitable for large-power motors.


RT® Rubber Lined Slurry Pumps Applications:


Mineral & ore processing

Tailing disposal

Soil washing& remediation

Concrete wash-out

Corrosive solids handling



* RT® is a registered trademark and does not represent or is not in any way affiliated with Warman® of Weir Minerals Group. All names, numbers, symbols and descriptions are used for reference purpose only and do not imply that any pumps or parts listed is the product of Warman Pumps.

* RT® 8/6 E THR rubber lined slurry pumps and parts are only interchangeable with Warman® 8/6 E AHR rubber lined slurry pumps and parts.

* This document is the property of RT® Pump and can be neither reproduced nor disclosed to a third party without a written authorization

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