Construction & Real Estate

Metso Outotec rolls out planet-positive filtration plant units

Global mining engineering company Metso Outotec has announced a comprehensive filtration plant units offering to maximize operational reliability in different types of dewatering applications where superior process performance combined with energy and water efficiency is required.
 
The offering consists of three major plant units around Metso Outotec’s Larox PF and Larox FFP, and Metso Outotec CC filter technologies, all designed for the dewatering of concentrates and tailings, said a statement from Metso Outotec. 
 
The latest addition to the offering is the Larox FFP3716 Filter Plant Unit, which represents the most advanced technology for the safe high-volume processing of tailings. 
 
All its units are scalable and come as complete customizable solutions to meet even the most stringent customer requirements, it stated.
 
Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Metso Outotec is a frontrunner in sustainable technologies, end-to-end solutions and services for the aggregates, minerals processing and metals refining industries globally. It employs over 15,000 people in more than 50 countries and its sales for 2021 was at around €4.2 billion ($4.43 billion).
 
Toni Kuisma, Product Manager, Filtration Plant Units at Metso Outotec, said: "We have been supporting our customers with filtration solutions for almost 100 years. Today, our selection of filtration technologies is the largest in the field, and their energy, emission, and water efficiency is in a league of its own."
 
"The filtration plant units combine all this knowledge to provide our customers with unrivalled dewatering performance," observed Kuisma. 
 
"We have also optimized the engineering and delivery process. 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 digitalization. Their high level of automation enables easy optimization and remote support," he added.-TradeArabia News Service