Engineering & Mining Journal

AUG 2018

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100 E&MJ • AUGUST 2018 www.e-mj.com EQUIPMENT GALLERY TruShot is available in Asia Pacifi c and will be rolled out globally through the remainder of 2018. www.boartlongyear.com Electronic Initiation System Dyno Nobel launched the DigiShot Plus 4G electronic initiation system, which is designed to reduce blasting delays and introduce programing speeds seven times faster than existing systems. The system features a fast and simple de- ployment method, an automatic check to ensure the correct number of detonators per channel, energy monitoring right up to the point of blasting, and automatic detection and testing of detonators, the company reported. Top benefi ts of Digi- Shot Plus 4G include improved blasting effi ciency, lower vibration levels, im- proved excavation profi les and wall stabil- ity, as well as increased loader productiv- ity and enhanced safety. www.dynonobel.com Dewatering Pump Netzsch's dewatering pump skids include a tank, progressing cavity pump with right angle gearmotor, inspection ladder, valves, and piping mounted on a com- mon galvanized steel skid. Custom units can leverage a belt drive or can feature a control panel (with or without VFD on a removable stand) and instrumentation. www. pumpen.netzsch.com Spring-rewind Fuel Hose Reels Hannay Reels Inc. released the N800 Series of spring rewind reels, de- signed for ¾-in. or 1-in. I.D. hose. The reels, for fuel dispensing and waste oil evacua- tion hoses, can withstand between 2,000 and 6,000 pounds per square inch (psi), depend- ing on requested specifi cations. The standard N se- ries has a narrow frame and com-

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