Tackling the most important issues in the Construction & Mining industry
Construction and mining operations require equipment and infrastructure capable of providing long life with the minimum of downtime when working in the harshest of environments.
Increase your productivity
Mining operations are complex and at each stage innovative solutions are required to maximize productivity. You want to avoid costly unscheduled shutdowns and breakdowns, especially as mining operations are typically done in demanding conditions and operators try to achieve higher throughput rates. For mining companies, proactive maintenance and use of components that guarantee optimum performance and reliability is pivotal.
You strive for operator safety on construction sites and need vehicles to stay on their four wheels at all times, while meeting stringent noise and vibration requirements. Many chutes are found throughout processing plants, and their performance and upkeep are critical to ensure tonnage rates are met. Liner systems play an important role in protecting a chute from impact, wear and reducing or eliminating buildup, but traditional liners are often simple hard metal or rubber designs that merely protect the chute walls from abrasion and damage. They are usually cumbersome to install and remove, so extended downtime is not uncommon due to the time taken to safely swap out the liners.
In the 2018 Deloitte Report on mining, one of the top 10 concerns include water management. Simply put: You must find more new ways to handle water in regions with limited water resources. In addition, you must work to prevent spillage or contamination of surrounding fresh water.