Xylem launches microsite to address industry challenges

By |  July 6, 2015

Xylem launched a microsite designed to help mining professionals address water accessibility, transport and quality challenges. The resource, which showcases the company’s range of system solutions and application expertise, aims to provide information on solutions to support open pit mines, underground mines and material processing.

“Global mining operators require reliable service, high-quality products and fast response from their solutions providers,” says Nate Maguire, Americas director of industry and agriculture for Xylem’s Applied Water Systems business unit. “Our advanced technologies and experience in the industry enables us to deliver on these needs across myriad mining applications and in a highly efficient manner.”

The company’s portfolio features a number of brands, including Godwin, Goulds Water Technology, Flygt, Lowara, MJK, SonTek, YSI, Wedeco and A-C Fire Pump and Leopold. Its products cover the mine exploration, development and operation phases.

The site addresses topics such as submersible water, packaged biological treatment, leaching, open pit dewatering, grinding mill, fire suppression, floating water monitoring, environmental monitoring, source water and underground dewatering.

“The new online resource was created to help customers better understand Xylem’s portfolio of solutions and services that enhance water and fluid handling efficiency, save energy, curtail maintenance costs and reduce downtime – all factors that are critically important in the mining industry,” says Maguire.

Xylem, headquartered in Rye Brook, N.Y., is a global water technology provider, enabling customers to transport, treat, test and efficiently use water in public utility, residential and commercial building services, as well as industrial and agricultural settings.

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