Remove groundwater and rainwater rapidly from your site with Multotec dewatering pumps.
Designed with high wear resistance to corrosive and abrasive dirty water, our dewatering pumps remove up to 400 m3/hour dirty water or light slurry quickly and efficiently.
These drainage pumps are designed for flexible rotation and ease of maintenance. Excellent energy efficiency over a long service life helps lower cost of ownership.
Complete aftersales and field support services, including inspection and maintenance, as well as spare parts, are offered by your local Multotec branch.
Multotec dewatering pumps are constructed with the highest quality materials at our ISO-certified manufacturing facilities. This ensures a robust, reliable product for your dewatering application.
Various alloys, including high-chrome stainless steel, provide excellent durability for mining and construction sites, while high-quality elastomer lining improves wear resistance and increases dewatering performance.
The throat bush, volute and insert can be manufactured in various metals, including 27% and 35% chrome and various stainless steels.
Multotec is active in 100 countries across Africa, Asia, North and South America, Australia and the Middle East. This agile global network supports our customers by ensuring fast lead and delivery times of our range of slurry pumps and mineral processing equipment.
From leading dewatering application knowledge, through to complete engineering support and field services, Multotec ensures our customers meet their dewatering and process requirements at the lowest possible cost.
Multotec’s range of industrial slurry pumps are designed for use in the construction and mining industry, power generation, water and wastewater and agriculture. With optimum application efficiency and proven reliable and robust performance, the Multotec mining pump range helps lower overall costs.
Our pump ranges incorporate solutions for corrosive medium and heavy duty slurry operations; CIP processes; abrasive slurries including sand and gravel; and sump applications including spillage and carbon transfer. Mining pumps are designed with interchangeable casing liners and are available in different spindle lengths and various materials of construction.