Metso Outotec introducing thickening and clarifying solutions to enhance performance and long-term profitability

Dimapur, July 29: Metso Outotec is launching a comprehensive portfolio of…

Dimapur, July 29: Metso Outotec is launching a comprehensive portfolio of thickening and clarifying solutions for improved performance and reliability in the minerals and metals processing industries. With cutting-edge High-Rate Thickeners, High-Compression Thickeners, Paste Thickeners, Inclined Plate Settlers, and Clarifiers, the solutions continue to set the industry standard.

“We are excited to launch our combined thickeners and clarifiers portfolio to the market. This portfolio is designed to help our customers unlock the full potential of their dewatering process. Our solutions provide high process performance, facilitate efficient operation, and feature a robust design, enabling increased uptime,” says Brian Berger, Vice President of Metso Outotec’s Thickening and Clarifying Solutions. “With the combination of these features in the portfolio, our customers can align their profitability and sustainability targets.”

The thickeners and clarifiers portfolio is backed up by a global network of service experts to ensure that the equipment and plants are continuously operating at peak efficiency. 

Metso Outotec’s services range from comprehensive onsite tailings management audits to engineering, spare and wear parts, maintenance services, and remote operation capabilities.

The solutions have a long-term design and the ability to provide safe and dependable operations. They also meet the highest safety standards, are simple to operate and maintain, and can be easily combined with a complementary automation offering to improve performance by controlling key thickening process variables.

Their key advantages include high-performance, robust solutions for a wide range of applications, industry-leading innovation in thickening and clarification equipment, and exceptional experience in meeting and exceeding customer expectations throughout the equipment purchasing, operation, and decommissioning lifecycle.

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