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High Pressure (HP) Water Pumps

The 4, 6 or 8-inch alluvial land mining systems use the high pressure water pumps, which send the water to cut and flush the overburden or gravel layers toward the gravel pump intake set in the lowest part of the pit. The gravel pump then sends the overburden water-sand slurry out of the pit or the water-gravel slurry to the recovery system.

4x3-inch HP water pump
The 4x3-inch high pressure water pump is used with 4-inch gravel pump, to form a basic set in a system for small scale alluvial mining. Presently, we don't supply 4-inch sets.

6x4-inch HP water pump
The 6x4-inch high pressure water pump is used with 6-inch gravel pump, to form a basic set in a system for medium scale alluvial mining. Pump is powered by diesel DEUTZ engine.

6x4-inch HP water pump
The same 6x4-inch high pressure water pump, powered by MWM diesel engine, set on a trailer for easy moving.


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Engines - Gravel Pumps - High Pressure Water Pumps - Water Pumps - Pump Stands
Couplings - Engine-Pump Frames - Flexes, Hoses, Pipes & Accessories - Parts
Diver-less Dredges - Recovery Systems - Generators - 4x4 Trucks & Vehicles - Prices


Rafal Swiecki, geological engineer email contact

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March, 2011