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New MICHELIN XDR250 50/80 R57 for 250-for 250-Tonne Dump Trucks

Open-pit mine operators are always on the lookout for ways to increase the productivity of their operations: With its new MICHELIN XDR250 tyres for rigid dump trucks with payload capacities of up to 250 tonnes, Michelin is fulfilling this demand. This latest addition to its range permits an increase of up to 24 % in the number of tonne-kilometres per hour ...

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New Solution for an Old Problem

Dortmund-based company Komotzki Bergbaubedarf GmbH has come up with a new solution for an old problem. In the past, the armoured face conveyors that are used in underground operations have been plagued with problems caused by the bolts on the pusher dogs coming loose, either due to vibration, being struck by fragments of rock or as a result of energy ...

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New multi-purpose crawler dh L2000d with diesel hydraulic drive

In March 2015 Deilmann-Haniel Mining Systems GmbH (dhms) delivered a multi-purpose crawler named dh L2000d for backfilling operations to the German Company for the Construction and Operation of Repositories for Waste (Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Bau und Betrieb von Endlagern für Abfallstoffe mbH – DBE). This innovative crawler dozer with a weight of 28 t is used at the former iron ...

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Groundwater sampling made fast, efficient and reliable

Rope-winch systems used for groundwater sampling at opencast mines have to operate reliably and over long periods of time. Replacing the rope and rope guides is an expensive operation that can occur all too frequently. When a request was sent to the Völkmann Engineering Works the Dortmund-based repair company was able to revise the entire sampling procedure, which not only ...

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New Technology investigates the Market

The west Saxon company of Veit Müller produces long-lasting, durable energy storage for special requirements. It works with virtually no loss over extremely long periods of time. The charge can be done in various ways, also during removal. The storage is done mechanically by elastomeric material, especially coupled power turns added. Extreme freezing temperatures and temperatures above 80 °C are ...

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Rapid and Safe Mine Development

On 13th march 2015 IBS, an engineering company located in Bischofsheim in the Rhön region of Germany, presented its newly developed roadheading system Type SM 150 to customers from all over the world. Together with their strategic partners, the IBS-team demonstrated the newly developed roadheader SM 150 with OMP (Outburst Management Package) by way of a live simulation of the ...

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Prognosis provides a precise time window

Nearly every business knows what it‘s like when a machine malfunctions unexpectedly. One reason for this may be that the maintenance schedule has not been properly matched to the machine. Servicing routines are done too early or too late. Cassantec now offers condition-based prognoses that can prevent this kind of downtime problem. The Cassantec Prognostics method can predict the time ...

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Wengeler & Kalthoff rolls out a new taphole drilling giant

Building on its recently established partnership with Moers-based Holtmann Fahrzeug- und Maschinenbau GmbH (http://holtmann-moers.de) has enabled Wengeler & Kalthoff (W&K) to reach a new dimension in taphole drilling technology. As a well-known manufacturer of breakout machines Holtmann will be able to use the new W&K tool not only to supply complete machines to its Vietnamese clients but also to extend ...

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New Bucket Wheel Excavators for NLC in Neyveli, India

Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd. (NLC) has inaugurated two new state-of-the-art Bucket Wheel Excavators with an operating capacity of up to 6.800 m3 per hour for their Mines-II Project. The 1400L Excavators were erected and supplied by TAKRAF INDIA LTD., Chennai, in collaboration with TAKRAF GmbH, Germany. The giant crawler mounted excavators each of them weighing close to 2,600 t will be ...

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