Engineering & Mining Journal

JUL 2019

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60 E&MJ • JULY 2019 EQUIPMENT GALLERY ment with a checklist of safety aspects that must be checked before, during and after any blasting, including lessons learned and best practices. The app also features a calculations tool and graphic display of safety perimeters. It creates the exclusion areas for teams and people on a satellite image of the land, with the option to save and export the image, the company reported. Bronze Bushing Spider Bearing Cone Terex launched the Bronze Bushing Spider Bearing Cone crush- ers. The series is designed to complement the company's Cedarapids MVPX Series and the Cedarapids TC Series. The range consists of the the TG120 (120 horsepower [hp]), TG220 (220 hp), TG320 (320 hp) and TG420 (420 hp). Each model has two versions, TG and TGS. The TG unit can be run in a secondary, tertiary and a quaternary position. The TGS units, which can take an approximately 75% larger feed, are perfect for a secondary position, the company reported. The TG Series provide nominal maximum feed sizes and applied power similar to current Terex cone offerings, but the numerous eccentric throw options and liner confi gurations al- low for increased application versatility, Terex reported. They have fewer linear confi gurations and options of eccentric throw compared to the TG series, but offer some advantages over the other styles of crushers. For example, a 200-hp secondary version Spider Bearing cone can have a similar output perfor- mance to that of other styles of 300- to 400-hp cones and a maximum feed size similar to that of other styles of 400- to 500-hp cones, Terex reported. Drill Rig for Narrow Veins Aramine reported the miniDriller DM901 HDE completes its equipment range for narrow vein mines. The miniDriller DM901 HDE has a diesel engine for tram- ming and an electric motor for drilling. It features a low cen- ter of gravity, which provides optimal stability, and despite its narrowness, its two front stabilizers offer perfect drilling con- ditions, Aramine reported. With its top stability, it allows face and vertical drilling. It requires only a 400-volt connection and a water supply. The rig can be easily assembled in a mine, the company reported. Add-ons can modify the DM901 HDE into an autono- mous drill rig. (904)356-6840 Heavy Duty Slurry Pumps Lowest Lead Times Lowest Life Cycle Costs

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