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Ultra-clean thanks to Stage V

With the 2020 upgrade of its long proven MK-A35 model (Figure 1), GHH, the German manufacturer of heavy machinery for mining, tunnelling and special civil engineering, presents the first 35 t class dump truck, already operating in the field, with ultra-clean diesel drive according to Stage V. For the driver there is a highly innovative and practical function. The engine ...

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Tembo 4×4 e-LV now available worldwide

The “green” revolution can no longer be stopped, not in the highly competitive mining and tunnelling industry anyway: load haul dumpers (LHDs) are already removing and reducing emissions through battery, tethered electric and Stage V engines, and now it is time for light duty vehicles in the mining industry. Automotive manufacturers have impressively demonstrated in road passenger cars that switching ...

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Two new sizes of the Nokian Mine King E-4 mining tire enable its use on a wider range of drill rigs and utility vehicles

The Nokian Mine King E-4 underground mining tire is one of the most specialized products of its kind (Figure 1). Designed in collaboration with the end-users as well as one of the leading drill rig manufacturers, it has a carefully balanced set of features to match the challenges set by underground mining environment. Now, it is available for a wider ...

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Sandvik launches new solutions to reduce noise from surface top hammer drill rigs

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, Tampere/Finland, introduces two new innovative solutions to reduce noise emissions in surface top hammer drilling (Figure 1). The new options for Ranger™ DXi series and Dino™ DC410Ri surface drill rigs help to mitigate harmful noise at construction worksites and quarries. Many contractors and quarries face increasingly restrictive noise limits, particularly in urban areas. Effective solutions ...

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The Sandvik 800i series of connected cone crushers is expanded to include three new high-performing crushers.

The new Sandvik 800i series of premium cone crushers (Figure 1) features mechanical upgrades, connectivity, advanced automation and rebuild possibilities to predict performance, maximize uptime and offer the best in sustainability at the lowest possible cost. Including three new models, CH830i, CH840i and CS840i, the 800i crusher series has been improved and extended to offer reliable, intelligent crushing to any ...

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Sandvik launches updated iSURE® 8.0 underground rock excavation software

iSURE® underground rock excavation software is a purpose-developed excavation process control tool for providing instrumented face drilling rigs with all the necessary information for optimized drilling & blasting (Figure 1). iSURE® works seamlessly with Sandvik’s iSERIES drilling rigs, combining pull-out analysis with the rig’s data collection tools and providing an accurate analysis functionality to improve the work cycle and process. ...

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Tenova TAKRAF Embraces Industry 4.0

TAKRAF GmbH, Leipzig/Germany, is a highly specialized supplier of machines and services in the fields of mining, materials handling and minerals processing. As such, TAKRAF boast a large base of installed machines that daily generate valuable data from which we can gain information regarding optimization of design, operation and maintenance or even troubleshooting. Leveraging this opportunity, TAKRAF rolled out an ...

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Titanium pumps staying strong

If pumps break down prematurely, it is not always related to the granular sediment in the dirty water. This will literally reduce exposed parts such as the impeller. But often the pH value of the water is the real problem. Clear, dirty and waste water pumps are designed for pumping water with a pH value within a defined range. In ...

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TOMRA’s ore sorting technology opens new window of opportunity for Vista Gold

Vista Gold Corporation owns the Mt. Todd project in Australia, which was acquired in 2006 and is one of the country’s biggest undeveloped gold resource. The project, briefly operated in the 1990s, is known for having hard ore (Figure 1). This, and the fact that the project was operated previously, presented particular challenges for Vista Gold. “We had a desire ...

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TOMRA’s ore sorting technology delivers impressive improvement at Stornoway Diamonds Renard mine

Stornoway Diamonds is a leading Canadian diamond exploration and producing company. It owns and operates the Renard Mine (Figure 1), in commercial production operation since 2017. It is the first diamond mine in Québec and one of six in Canada. Renard Mine started with an open-pit mine and subsequently opened an underground mine. The conditions of the mine presented Stornoway ...

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