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Hippo Heavy Duty Submersible Slurry Pump Range

The “go to” pump when your stuck with the Mud

The Hippo Heavy Duty Slurry Submersible Pump Range is the most versatile specialised engineered to build slurry pump range on the globe. It has been designed, developed and manufactured in South Africa to be rugged & reliable and to efficiently deal with de-watering and various different slurry applications in the harsh and demanding mining conditions in the Africa and all over the Globe.

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Hippo Type SB
Bottom Suction Heavy Duty Slurry Submersible Pump

The Hippo Submersible Bottom Suction Model

The Hippo type SB Pump’s Construction robust and rugged ideal for pumping quick-settling abrasive or corrosive slurries with an external agitator preventing the settling of solids at the intake. The Hippo is capable of pumping slurries which have settled out and needs to be removed.

  • Capable pumping of abrasive & corrosive liquids with.
  • Capacities up to 1500 l/s
  • CHeads up to 150 meters.
  • Heads up to 150 meters..
  • Flame Proof Certification to IEC 60079-1
  • Power installed from 3 Kw up to 1000 Kw.
  • Fitted with a Double Mechanical Seal Arrangement
  • Voltage supply up to 6.6 KV at both 50 & 60 Hz.
  • Liquids up to 120°C
  • Can “Run Dry”

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Hippo Type ST
Top Suction Heavy Duty De-watering Submersible Pump

The Hippo Submersible Bottom Suction Model

The Hippo type ST Pump’s Construction prevents air binding when pumping liquids with entrapped air (Froth) and permits continuous operation with widely different rates of inflow.

  • Capable pumping of abrasive and corrosive liquids with.
  • Capacities up to 1500 l/s
  • Heads up to 200 meters.
  • Flame Proof Certification to IEC 60079-1
  • Power installed from 3 Kw up to 1000 Kw.
  • Fitted with a Double Mechanical Seal Arrangement
  • Voltage supply up to 6.6 KV at both 50 & 60 Hz.
  • Enable to pump Froth
  • Liquids up to 120°C
  • Can “Run Dry”

Learn more - Type ST »