Total continues to significantly invest its resources into research and development of their lubricant products designed for the mining, earthmoving and civil construction sectors.
Hastings Deering has developed a range of component repair options, tailored towards the unique circumstances of the mining and construction industries.
When working in industries where heavy duty equipment is operational around the clock, maximising uptime and decreasing operational costs are major priorities.
The electrification of mines is not only good for the environment, but could improve project economics and strengthen licence to operate, according to mining executives from Australia and overseas.
The Cat 794 AC mining truck has met the strictest United States emission standards, Tier 4, and is now using the same exhaust platform to progress its European Union Stage Five certification.
Komatsu plans to acquire technology company Immersive Technologies, the world’s largest supplier of surface and underground equipment simulators.
Over recent years there has been a growing trend within the mining industry to extend oil drainage intervals (ODI) beyond the original equipment manufacturer (OEM)-recommended service intervals.
Oil drain intervals (ODI) have generally been pre-determined by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and designed as such to provide protection to compartments based on a wide variety of conditions.
Caterpillar has assembled its 5000th 793 mining truck, 27 years after the first vehicle was produced.
Technology is moving and taking mining along for the ride. A panel of Sandvik experts provides an insight into the latest technology developments at the company and what the industry can expect next.