Tag Archives: in-pit crushing and conveying

Overcoming a Mines Embankment: IPCC-system with new Belt Conveying Concept for steep Opencast Minewalls

By A. Minkin, F.-M. Wolpers, T. Hellmuth – In order to allow for a continuous high capacity conveying system out of steep walled open pit mines Thyssenkrupp together with Contitech and Siemens developed the Chevron Megapipe conveyor with an up to 900 mm outer diameter. The pipe belt features highest tensile strength as well as a ribbed carrying side to hinder the transported bulk material from rolling back. Continue reading Overcoming a Mines Embankment: IPCC-system with new Belt Conveying Concept for steep Opencast Minewalls

More economic Open Pit Mining: In-pit Crushing and Conveying System in Phosphate Mining

By U. Mentges Phosphate is an indispensable material for growth and thriving of plants, animals and men. As phosphate ore is only available in limited supplies in very few regions of the world it is of paramount importance to make extraction of the material as sustainable as possible. Continue reading More economic Open Pit Mining: In-pit Crushing and Conveying System in Phosphate Mining