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Yearly Archives: 2015

WHAT ARE SKID MOUNTED CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS?

Skid mounted crushing & screening plants are specialized modular products, processing units that ship fully assembled. A pre-fabricated cage of metal struts holds a primary and secondary set of crushing jaws, with both sets working in series to reduce mined rubble to a manageable form. The crushed aggregate stream then hustles across to the screening […]

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FUNCTIONS OF DEWATERING SCREENS IN MINING AND QUARRYING

A battle is going on deep down inside mining installations. Technology is doing its best to tame geology. Raw earthly matter coated with dirt and mud has just been freed from a mine face or ore seam, only to collapse into a stream of dirty particulate waste. It’s hard to believe kilos of stubbornly hidden […]

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WHAT ARE FEEDERS?

In a mining context, feeders are located at the origin point of the extraction process. If we were to send a flying camera zooming down to the vein of mineral, the coal face or ore seam, we’d see huge machinery scraping at the rocky face. The cut and drilled matter is still very coarse and […]

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THE DEVELOPMENT IN TECHNOLOGY OF MODERN MINING EQUIPMENT

Iron and coal became almost as important as any mineral deposit when the industrial age dawned. The coal provided the energy for steam engines, and locomotives, new workhorses for a new age, used the iron to build their massive frames. A global economy had been established overnight because of these two earthbound resources, and mining […]

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EXPLORING THE MINING INDUSTRY: WHY IS THERE A NEED FOR MINERS TO HAVE THE BEST MINING AND QUARRYING EQUIPMENT?

Quality is the measure of how well a product is designed and manufactured. In┬ámining and quarrying equipment, quality isn’t just beneficial, it’s an essential part of the operation. The equipment has to function within a challenging environment. Water, a liquid that’s as much a part of the earth as any half-dozen tonnes of dirt, is […]

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SHOULD MINING EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY BE CUSTOM DESIGNED?

Surface and underground mines are one-of-a-kind structures. The dig will stick with certain mining conventions and safety standards, but the internal profile assumed by the mine is subject to the whims of geology. Every chamber and shaft has to follow the ore seam or mineral vein, diverting past obstacles as it must. This is all […]

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APPLICATIONS OF INCLINED SCREENS IN THE MINING INDUSTRY

The mining industry relies on geologists and ore-rich rocks to turn a profit. Active mine faces crumble under the pressure of diamond-tipped tools, zipping to the surface in varying rough-edged streams to be sorted and graded. It’s the duty of screening media and kilometres of umbilical systems to relay this raw matter to the surface. […]

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AN OVERVIEW ON THE BASIC PROCESS OF MINING

Mining generally involves conducting a preliminary geological analysis of a perspective mining location through extraction, and reclamation. Mining explorations and operations have the potential to create severe negative safety, ecological, environmental, and economic impacts during the process and long after. Safety and environmental procedures and regulations are in place to mitigate contamination and other negative […]

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EXPLORING QUARRYING AND MINING INDUSTRY: WHY DO YOU NEED THE BEST EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER?

Mistakes in mining tend to happen once because this is a tough industry in more ways than one. The engineering disciplines applied here need to maintain a razor-sharp edge in order to descend into subterranean realms and maintain productivity. This is an environment where only the best will do, a place where the best engineers, […]

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CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT AND ITS USES IN MINING INDUSTRY

It’s essential that every stage within a mining operation pulls its own weight. This rule applies to screening media and mineral segregation decks, to dewatering equipment and ventilation systems. The productivity cycle begins at the mine face and the scraping of vast geological commodities, but this valuable asset would represent nothing more than a mountain […]

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