SPT’s GyroMaster survey tool has enabled mining engineers to drill an 848-metre hole in frozen ground with high precision.
Epiroc has unleashed the fangs of the Pit Viper PV-231 rotary blasthole drill in Australia with Ozland emerging as the first buyer of the machine.
Catalyst Metals has hit 600 grams of gold per tonne at the Henty project in Tasmania, in the same week the state government awarded an exploration grant to the junior explorer.
Swick Mining Services has revisited its Orexplore Technologies demerger with a commitment to create the new entity by the end of the year.
Sandvik has developed the iDrill automation platform to enable fully autonomous blasthole drilling for the Leopard DI650i down-the-hole drill rig.
The University of Queensland has installed a new experimental chamber backed by BHP to validate and test modelling tools to provide more efficient mining techniques.
Pursuit Minerals has been cleared to commence drilling of its Warrior Project at the Phil’s Hill prospect in Western Australia after meeting its Aboriginal Cultural Heritage requirements.
Atlas Copco has developed, and will continue developing, a full range of compressors known as the DrillAir range.
Stockholm Precision Tools AB, a manufacturer of the world´s most advanced solid-state gyro and borehole positioning technology, is pleased to announce the opening of their office in Perth, Australia, to service both local and regional operations.
Epiroc’s Boomer M20 offers the latest in design and technology to enable a more accurate, productive and safer underground drilling operation.
Sandvik has refreshed its iSURE (intelligent Sandvik underground rock excavation) software with the new iteration including advanced metrics and a three-day training program for mining applications.
Sandvik has launched a Dual Controls package for its DD422i and DD422iE face drills to better optimise the development drills for multitasking.
Australia’s largest diamond core drilling contractor DDH1 is set to float on the ASX by launching an initial public offering (IPO) to raise $150 million.
Swick Mining Services has deferred the demerger of Orexplore Technologies until the 2022 financial year.
A team of scientists led by the Australian National University and RMIT University have created two types of diamonds in the lab at room temperature.
Chalice Gold Mines has flagged the continued growth of its Gonneville intrusion within the Julimar nickel-copper-PGE project in Western Australia.
Swick is set to expand its markets by developing large underground mobile drills as part of its drilling business.
Gascoyne Resources has flagged the potential of extending the life of the Dalgaranga gold project in Western Australia following positive drilling results.
Swick Mining Services expects the separation of its drilling and mineral technology to provide great value to the company after adding a number of contracts to its order book in the past two months.
Already a well-known force in the mining sector, Atlas Copco has launched the innovative Hurricane B7-41 Compact Booster, which promises class-leading performance in a much smaller footprint.