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There are many different types of underground mining equipment, knowing what the different types are and their different uses can help achieve higher efficiency. Read on to find out more.
What are the different types of underground mining equipment?
What are the features of the underground mining equipment?
What can you do to reduce risk while using the underground mining equipment?
To name a few of the underground mining equipment, see the following:
Crushing equipment: As the name suggests, crushing equipment is used to crush rocks and stones. In order to achieve maximum productivity and high rate of reduction, mining crushing equipment can have a variety of different types of work range. Crushing equipment is specially configured to break hard rock material or gravel into a size that is easy to transport or transport. They are valuable equipment in the industry because they reduce the costs associated with handling large-sized materials and also ensure the efficient release of elements of interest in the downstream processing of materials.
Feeding, conveying and on - line elemental analysis equipment: Feeding and conveying equipment is necessary for the mining industry to move and control the flow of materials during mining and processing operations in order to promote efficient operation of equipment and to determine operation rates and yields. In some cases, secondary crushing is required before the material can be processed. Once the material has reached the correct size, it can be fractionated, including grinding, flotation, leaching, etc.
Shearers: Nothing is more important to longwall productivity than the shearer. These powerful machines work around the clock, cutting long walls. The shearing machine is designed to meet the requirements of continuous operation. The unique design of the main machine makes it strong in operation and flexible in transformation.
The above commonly used underground mining equipment are vital to the mining industry and help to get the job done efficiently and economically.
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Here's a list of things to consider when reevaluating your safety plans when using underground mining equipment.
Illumination: For general tunnel operations, a minimum lighting intensity of 5-foot candles is required, although 10 foot candles must be provided for drilling, dredging and scaling. Inspect all lights regularly.
Hazard signage: Check all the identifiers to make sure they are highly visible and readable.
Fall protection: Although underground mines are usually not a major problem, mountain mines or high-altitude gold mines sometimes require working at different heights, where ladders and scaffolding are required. In that case, make sure you have the proper seat belt, seat belt and other safety precautions to prevent a fall.
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