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Belzona® Repairs Discharge Pipes Of A Cyclone Feed Sump



Mining and Quarrying (MINQ)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Mine, Bolivia


Application Date:

February 21, 2011


Application Situation:

The discharge pipes of the cyclone feed sump were loosened from the Concrete Wall due to impact and wear in the metallic structure caused by abrasion.



Damage of concrete. Loosening of the discharge pipes of the cyclone feed sump, caused by impact. Wear in the interior of the ducts, due to ore abrasion.



Belzona 4111 (Magma-Quartz)

Belzona 4151 (Magma-Quartz Resin)

Belzona 1812 (Ceramic Carbide)



Concrete and Carbon Steel


Application Method:

The application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-10 for fastening the pipe to the cyclone feed sump wall, injecting Belzona 4151 and FPA-1 for rebuilding the concrete wall with Belzona 4111. SHM-8 for coating the interior and exterior of the pipe to protect against wear caused by abrasion.


Belzona Facts:

The Belzona System allowed for the repair to be carried out during the plant shutdown, saving time and money while undergoing maintenance. These pipes transport 1,400 tons of ore each day. To date, the pipe is perfectly adhered to the concrete. Belzona 1812 needs to be applied only to the bottom part of the pipe, since this is a sacrificial product.


Photographs Description

  1. Preparation of the surface
  2. Injection of the Belzona 4151 to fill the space between the wall and the pipe
  3. Repair of damaged concrete with Belzona 4111
  4. Belzona 1812 coating to protect against wear caused by abrasion.
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