Sandvik has secured an agreement with Nokia to further develop its Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the mining industry.
When Sandvik took its next-generation automated loader for a spin through a literal maze of glass, results shattered expectations. But thankfully nothing else.
Sandvik has established its ‘3 Pillar Framework’ for automation, which provides efficient monitoring and accurate reporting of data, smart management systems and intelligent machines equipped with systems like AutoMine and OptiMine.
The high-pressure nature of the mining game is second nature to Western Australia’s Mineral Crushing Services, who have recently added a Sandvik QE341 scalping screen to help remove metal contaminates and process mill scats.
Sandvik has introduced the LH517i intelligent loader with a design that aims to meet customer expectations by being safer, more reliable and efficient.
A five-tonne Konecranes CXT crane is helping Sandvik maintain safety and quality as it relocates to a new facility in Western Australia’s Goldfields region.
Resolute Mining has reduced the cost profile at its Syama underground gold mine in Mali in West Africa by as much as 15 per cent, owing to its autonomous mine design and power upgrade.
An equipment rebuild offers mining companies a solution to sustain reliability and productivity over the machine’s full engineered lifecycle. Australian Mining discusses these advantages with Sandvik.
Rio Tinto has received vital infrastructure pieces fabricated in Western Australia for its $2.6 billion Amrun bauxite project on Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.
Sandvik has released its simplest and most productive DTH hammer model yet — RH560 down-the-hole hammer — designed for durable, low-cost, high-impact drills.
Resolute Mining and Sandvik have established a strategic framework to fully automate the Syama underground gold mine in Mali, West Africa.
Volatile prices of commodities or raw materials is the major trend observed in the last few years, according to Grand View Research. The mining equipment market is also expected to witness the impact of this unpredictability.
Sandvik has introduced the TH545i underground mining truck, which promises to deliver safety, productivity and profitability benefits.
DDH1 Drilling has drilled the deepest mineral core hole in Australian history at Northern Star Resources’ Jundee gold mine in Western Australia.
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has launched the Ranger DX900i top hammer surface drill rig in Australia.
Sandvik’s OptiMine, a modular set of digital tools delivering transparency and control to underground mining operations, is evolving with a new performance-enhancing data analytics solution.
Equipment manufacturers are not only suppling machinery these days, but also helping companies change their culture to support the new technical capabilities they are providing.
Privately owned Australian engineering company NEPEAN has finalised its purchase of Sandvik’s International Conveyer Components and Specialist Conveyer Systems businesses in Hollola, Finland
Finnish engineering group Sandvik has introduced its new hammer drill rig, the Ranger DX900i, representing the top end model of the Ranger DXi series.
The global mining automation market is expected to grow in value by almost 50 per cent by 2023, according to a report.