Our expanded offering of solutions and services for mining minerals and metallurgical applications is more complete than ever. The leading technologies for demanding slurry applications strengthen Valmet's position in these industries. It ensures Valmet's continued strong capability to serve our customers basically in all commodities in the mining sector across the whole value chain from upstream minerals processing to downstream metallurgy. Our global presence is stronger than before, close to our customers.
We have decades of cumulated flow control industry knowledge and expertise in mining and metals industries. Our strong R&D and manufacturing capabilities for these industries are proven by the industry-leading heavy-duty pinch valves and knife gate valves as well as pumps.
Our expanded high-quality offering ensures lowest total cost of ownership in flow control for demanding slurry applications, e.g. in grinding, screening, cyclone separation, flotation, thickening, filtering and tailings applications. Our Neles™, Jamesbury™ and Flowrox™ valves and pumps are built to perform and handle demanding media – from abrasive slurries to the corrosive chemicals used in numerous refining processes. A significant proportion of global metals production flows through our valves.
In gold production, Valmet supplies valve solutions for processing plants using carbon-in-leach (CIL), carbon-in-pulp (CIP) or carbon-in-column (CIC) circuits. Our valves can handle the tough process environment created by autoclave pressure oxidation (POX).
In nickel production, Valmet valves are found in conventional nickel processing as well as in autoclave high-pressure acid leaching (HPAL) circuits.
In copper production, Valmet offers valve solutions for copper concentrates production, smelting and electrolysis as well as for copper leaching, solvent extraction and electrowinning.
We also work with many other minerals and metals processing plants including iron, aluminum, lithium, zinc, manganese, lead, silver, phosphate and potash to name a few. Contact us to find out how we can improve your plant’s flow control.