. Mine superintendents, power plant operators, petrochemical managers, and chemical engineers have used versatile, rugged and dependable Crisafulli pumps for forty years. They know from experience that a Crisafulli pump will handle anything sent its way. If the material can flow, there is a Crisafulli that can pump it. They also know that our engineers will work with them to customize their product. If the material to be pumped is corrosive, caustic, acidic or abrasive, Crisafulli will design and build a pump that works in the environment. Crisafulli's first electric floating pumps, built in 1966, were made to mix and recirculate drilling mud in oilfield pits. More recently, petrochemical companies and mines have chosen hydraulic pumps, powered by Crisafulli diesel-hydraulic power units, to transfer crude oil wastes, tailings, mine slimes and slurries.
Dredges. Our industrial customers call their waste containment areas different names: sump, pond, lagoon, tank, pit, basin, or channel. The problem is the same: settled waste must be removed. At a steel mill, the Crisafulli Rotomite dredges mill scale deposits from channels. A gold mining operation uses a Crisafulli FLUMP to dredge metal processing precipitate from holding ponds and transfer it to drying beds. At a metals processing plant overseas, a custom-built stainless steel Rotomite dredges solids in a solution of sulfuric acid. A chemical company uses another customized Crisafulli unit to dredge highly abrasive, low-level radioactive material. Crisafulli's first automated dredge was built to dredge a settling pond at a sand and gravel plant. Coal-fired power generation plants prefer the Rotomite to remove fly ash from lagoons and transfer it to drying beds.
Custom products. Each industrial customer brings unique needs to Crisafulli and we take pleasure in designing and building a solution that exceeds their expectations. Call us. We will work with our customers to find a solution to their unique challenge. Count on us.