Epiroc

Epiroc is now adding two new models to its CB Concrete Buster range. The CB 5500 and CB 7500 are designed for carriers in the 50 to 85 tons (45 to 77 t) weight class. Due to their comparatively light weights, CB Concrete Busters are effective choices for use with high reach or long front carriers.

Epiroc has introduced HATCON, a remote monitoring device for breakers and drum cutters that keeps track of location and operating hours to improve efficiency and safety. The cloud-based platform My Epiroc gives customers notifications about service, create task lists and provides an overview of the entire fleet.

Epiroc, a leading productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, will exhibit a variety of innovative and productive offerings for the first time in North America at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020, March 10-14 in Las Vegas. In booth C20405, Epiroc will showcase new and updated products — including the automation-ready SmartROC D60 surface drill rig — to help customers increase productivity, safety, efficiency and sustainability.

Epiroc has introduced the Combi Cutter 1600 hydraulic attachment to the U.S. market. First unveiled at this year's Bauma exhibition, the CC1600 model for carriers in the 13-23 ton (11.79 to 20.86 t) class offers greater stability with considerably lower weight than previous versions, yet gives the same performance with high crushing force and short cycle times that users expect from Epiroc cutters, according to the manufacturer.

The board of directors of Epiroc AB has appointed Helena Hedblom as the new president and CEO of Epiroc AB, effective March 1, 2020. She will replace Per Lindberg, who has decided to leave his position after having successfully established Epiroc as a listed company.

Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has introduced My Epiroc, a new digital fleet management solution. The platform is available on web and mobile devices with features for increasing fleet efficiency and safety.

Epiroc, a productivity partner of the mining and infrastructure industries, has donated a FlexiROC T20 R drill rig and consumables to the mining engineering program at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo. The FlexiROC T20 R replaces outdated equipment at the school's nationally recognized Experimental Mine, where students gain valuable hands-on experience with real equipment and mining practices.

Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, will open a new, modern regional service center to support customers in the Northeast region of the United States. The center — located in Harrisburg, Pa. — will to be up and running by Oct.

Epiroc, a productivity partner of the mining and infrastructure industries, has donated a COP 1238K rock drill to the Excavation Engineering and Earth Mechanics Institute (EMI) at the Colorado School of Mines. The COP 1238K hydraulic rock drill for tunneling and drifting applications updates testing equipment at EMI, the largest independent rock drilling and excavation research facility in the world.

Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has relocated its U.S. headquarters from Commerce City to Broomfield within the Denver, Colo., metropolitan area. The company joins a dynamic business community in a tech corridor known as the "Rocky Mountain Silicon Valley." According to the company, the move to a technology hub is a natural one for Epiroc, a global company that provides drill rigs, rock excavation and construction equipment and tools, along with service products and solutions.

Epiroc SC boom- and stick-mounted hydraulic shears are ideal for cutting steel structures at demolition sites or recycling metal girders, sheets and cables at scrap yards. With a range of seven shears for carriers from 8,800 to 245,000 lbs. (4 to 110 tons), the Epiroc shear lineup offers great cutting force and rugged dependability.