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18 in one giant leap

GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, the manufacturer of mining and tunnelling machines, is significantly expanding its presence on the market: 18 more machine types will be included in the product range. GHH can thus be regarded as a new full-range supplier in his business, supplying its customers with almost everything, almost everywhere. It is a strategic move that opens up a ...

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Delegation from Turkish mining area signs cooperation contract with Halbach & Braun Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co.

A core region of hard coal extraction and energy production with a 200 year mining tradition: This brief description applies to the Ruhr region, but also to Turkey with numerous state and private hard coal mines. But there is also a considerable difference. While coal mining in the Ruhr region has been history for a year, it has excellent prospects ...

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Sandvik launches DS512i Rock bolter

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology launches its new bolter for 5 m x 5 m size headings combining a safe, ergonomic working environment with high levels of performance. Equipped with a completely new carrier, high frequency rock drill, control system and ergonomic cabin, the Sandvik DS512i offers high levels of safety and efficiency for all rock reinforcement operations (Figure 1). The safe ...

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TOMRA’s technology and partnership approach delivers record-breaking diamond recoveries for Lucara

Lucara Diamond Corporation owns the Karowe diamond mine in Botswana, which has been in production since 2012. The mine is recognised as one of the foremost producers of very large, high-quality Type IIA diamonds in excess of 10.8 ct. Historic recoveries include the 1,109 ct Lesedi La Rona – the second-largest gem quality diamond ever found – and the 813 ...

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Service life multiplied

Tsurumi made a technological leap forward: While many models already offered exceptional lifetime in abrasive applications, the market leader now achieves up to four times higher values. Older pumps can also be retrofitted. The manufacturer’s focus is particularly on the dewatering pumps of the KTV series (Figure 1). It is one of the successful models of the Japanese manufacturer and ...

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The perfect amount

To reduce the use of expensive primary fuels like coal and oil in the energy-intensive cement production, operators focus increasingly on alternative fuels and raw materials. BEUMER Group offers tailor-made systems for the entire material flow chain – from receiving and unloading the delivery vehicle to storing, sampling and conveying the materials. For precise and controlled feeding, the system provider ...

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Sandvik revolutionizes underground mining automation with release of AutoMine® Access API specification

Sandvik continues to be a leader in mining automation with the introduction of the mining industry’s first interoperability platform for autonomous underground loaders and trucks: The AutoMine® Access API. Delivering on the promise made earlier this year at Goldcorp’s #DisruptMining event, the AutoMine® Access API specification is now available and is the next step in Sandvik’s continued journey to set ...

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Upgraded DinoTM DC410Ri – strong, reliable drill rig with full radio remote control

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology presents two years’ worth of upgrades on the remote-controlled DinoTM DC400Ri surface top hammer drill rig for urban areas and other applications calling for excellent mobility. The upgraded rig, renamed Dino™ DC410Ri, offers significant improvements in electrical and mechanical reliability, 15% higher tramming power and a large number of smaller but nonetheless important updates for ...

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TOMRA’s XRT sensor-based ore sorting technology significantly improves productivity and extends life of San Rafael tin mine

MINSUR SA is a Peruvian mining company, part of the Breca Group of Companies, that owns and runs the largest underground tin mining operation in the world. Located in San Rafael (Figure 1), in the Eastern Mountain chain of the Andes in Peru at a high altitude between 4,500 to 5,200 m above sea level, the mine contributed about 6 % of ...

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