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The new full radio control option allows for safer operation of the Ranger series of drill rigs.

Drill & Blast
New remote control option for drill rigs

Sandvik has added a new radio remote control option to its Ranger series of surface top hammer drill rigs. Read more »
A quarry has been granted conditional approval to introduce blasting at its site.

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Approved quarry modification requires koala plan

A local council has approved a quarry owner’s application to introduce blasting at his site after an earlier delay regarding concerns for the region’s koala population. Read more »
Brothers Mat and Nicholas Oswald in front of the Sandvik Ranger DX800 rig.

Drill & Blast
Drilling hire company follows a straight line to success

For 31 years, a Canadian hire company has prided itself on leading the way in drilling straighter – and more productively – than its competition. The drill and blast contractor attributes its success to the skills of its employees, its vast array of drill rigs and tools, and its relationship with its local distributor. Read more »
The DX800 is suitable for drilling holes 76-127mm in diameter. Its articulated boom rides on a work platform that can be rotated up to 180 degrees to keep work in front of the operator.

Drill & Blast
Drill rig passes all tests with flying colours

A hydraulic rock drill has passed numerous tests at various quarries throughout Turkey, demonstrating low fuel consumption and exceptional penetration rates. Read more »


 


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