Magna adds mining tire size trio

Magna Tyre has added not one, but three new sizes of mining tires ideal for mining and earthmovers: the 15.5R25 Magna MA10+, the 17.5R25 Magna MA08 and the 775/65R29 Magna M-Terrain+. The company said the three were added recently as part of its expansion of its lines for both mining and earthmoving for conditions such as mud, rocks and sand.…

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GHH raises the bar with NEO

Mining and tunneling equipment manufacturer GHH has unveiled a new load haul dumper (LHD): the LF-10 NEO. The powerful, compact 10-ton loader is an all-around improved version of the already established LF-10, and is the latest in a line of new GHH loaders like the LF-14, the LF-7 and the LF-8. “The LF-10 NEO has a z-link design with the…

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Torsa’s next-gen collision avoidance system

Spanish technology developer Torsa has unveiled its next-generation Collision Avoidance System (CAS) for shovels, haul trucks, auxiliary and light vehicles that optimizes loading operation, allowing two trucks at the same time, and mining front detection. “For our first generation, our design team evaluated all the detection technologies available in the market; with the focus on reliability and operators’ safety, LiDAR…

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GroundProbe launches BlastVision, Precision Atmospherics

GroundProbe has released two new additions to its products and services range, the blast analytics solution BlastVision and atmospheric correction algorithm Precision Atmospherics. BlastVision, a world-first in blast analytics per the company, can deliver actionable blast performance insights for optimal safety and productivity. “The crucial data aids in the detection of potential misfires and out-of-sequence firing and in identifying and…

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Fisher Phillips introduces MSHA Violations Tracker

U.S-based labor and law firm Fisher Phillips has released what is considered a first in technology for the nation’s industry: the MSHA Safety Tracker. Powered by Microsoft Power BI and leveraging a comprehensive dataset of violations reported by the U.S. Department of Labor, the tracker – known more formally as the Mine Safety and Health Administration Violations Tracker – can…

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Ridgeline Lubricants launches fluids analysis program

Parkland’s Ridgeline Lubricants has officially launched its Ridgeline Fluids Analysis program for maintenance professionals. The new program offers a glimpse into engine performance in the mining, construction, trucking and industrial markets, it said, for professionals needing to detect engine problems before they occur.  “Ridgeline Fluids Analysis program provides a comprehensive analysis of your equipment’s used oil/fluids every time the fluids…

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Dynatrol adds level detector

The Dynatrol Bulk Solids CL10-DJT-7 level indicator provides high-, mid- or low-point level detection in hostile high-temperature environments. It has no moving parts and requires no adjustments. Dynatrol level detectors are made from high-strength stainless steel, providing dependable operation in dusty environments as well as on vessels, storage bins or hoppers equipped with vibrators. The Dynatrol DJT level indicator can…

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Johnson Controls releases ANSUL LVS NF-40 agent

Wisconsin-headquartered Johnson Controls has launched its latest innovation in fire protection technology: ANSUL LVS NF-40 Non-Fluorinated Liquid Suppression Agent for vehicle systems.  The new LVS NF-40 Agent provides superior protection against Class A and B fires for mobile equipment in mining, forestry, agriculture, construction and other industries. The agent features an operating temperature range of -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to…

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Michelin rolls out new mining, quarry tire

Michelin North America has released an improved version of one of its most popular mining tires with the new X Mine D2 Extra Load L5 *** 35/65R33 for underground mining and quarry applications. The company said the new release has been designed to hold up to the most aggressive mining environments and has the capacity to carry heavier loads, now…

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