Mining is a costly business. The equipment alone is worth millions, not to mention the daily costs associated with operating a mine site. So it makes sense that mining companies would want to keep costs down wherever possible. One of the best ways to do this is by reducing production downtime and unscheduled maintenance, which can result in astronomical costs, onsidering that the equipment is hundreds (and in some cases thousands) of metres below ground or sea level. It may not sound like a simple thing to do, with mining equipment being subjected to more extreme operational shock, vibration and temperature demands than ever before. However, there is a remarkably sophisticated yet simple solution.
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