Epiroc has launched a drill protected by diamonds Powerbit X, reducing the amount of CO2 emissions per drilled meter by up to 90 per cent.
Sandvik showed off its new electric concept drill rig at the Vei og Anlegg 2022 exhibition held in Norway on 11-14 May.
A periodic service is extremely essential in ensuring a long life for your car and goes a long way to keeping your vehicle reliable and niggle-free – rockbreakers are much the same.
Epiroc has introduced the DM30 XC blasthole drill that is suitable for a variety of multi-pass rotary and down-the-hole (DTH) drilling applications.
In partnership with ASI Mining, Epiroc has created Mobius for Drills, a platform to convert data into useful, actionable information that will lead mines toward automation and connectivity.
Craig Marsh is the Business Line Manager for Epiroc’s Surface Division. He talks about ongoing innovation and automation in Epiroc’s fleet of smart surface drill rigs which are replacing more manual-style rigs.
Epiroc has launched a new tube drilling system to allow for the straightest drill holes, even when rigs are applying maximum force.
Orica has signed a Statement of Co-operation with the Queensland government to endorse and collaborate on clean energy technology in the mining, quarrying, manufacturing and construction industries.
Orica has added OREPro 3D to its portfolio of blast analysis software to improve ore recovery, grade and modelling.
Epiroc has cemented itself as a leader in drill rig technology – so much so that about 95 per cent of orders for its SmartROC drill rigs include its Hole Navigation System.