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Sandvik Rock Tools is launching an entirely new product for its bench drilling Top Hammer customers: the Guide Adapter. It enables customers to reduce hole deviation in challenging conditions by up to 50 percent and achieve considerable cost savings. Significant hole deviation (>8 percent) can pose problems for many bench drilling companies that operate in challenging ground conditions such as bad and soft rock, as well as deep overburden.

Sandvik's Peak Screening is a complete package offer and performance concept designed to ensure every square foot of a customer's screening is as productive as it can be for their unique operation. Most screening operations, even when they look fine, are capable of more.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology will showcase several innovative solutions at ConExpo-Con/AGG, which takes place in Las Vegas March 10-14. The focus is, as always, on new technologies and methods supporting customers to improve their safety, productivity and sustainability even further.

Victor Tapia has been appointed vice president of Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, sales area United States. He will start in this role on Jan. 1, 2020 and will be based in Atlanta, Ga. Tapia will be joining Sandvik after working for Metso, where he served as business area president and was a member of the Metso Group executive management team.

In response to customer requests, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is expanding its Ranger DX series of surface top hammer drill rigs with two non-cabin Ranger DXR versions for improved safety in the toughest quarry and construction applications. Ranger DX series of surface top hammer drill rigs, suited for construction applications, quarries and open pit mines is now expanded with two new non-cabin drill rigs based on the Ranger DX600 and DX800 models, named Ranger DX600R and DX800R respectively.

In recent years, self-driving vehicles have become a popular discussion topic. Sandvik has had automated loaders and trucks working in mines for more than 20 years — with zero accidents involving people. To prove its capabilities, Sandvik moved things above ground and put its latest generation of automation to the test.

The Sandvik QE441 Free Flow provides a versatile and highly efficient mobile solution for handling sticky, moist and wet materials with a high percentage of fines. It is an ideal solution for processing materials such as soils, aggregates, ores, waste, biomass and other waste derived fuels including products with high moisture contents, according to the manufacturer.

Depending on the application, a crusher is either at the heart of the process or is a vital part of the process. It simply cannot be removed for extended periods of time without affecting the productivity. If major components start to fail and the crusher begins nearing the end of its life, Sandvik can replace it and restore the entire crushing system to its original glory.

Sandvik DT912D — a self-contained, air-mist flushing, diesel-hydraulic high reach single boom jumbo — offers high quality drilling in its most advanced form. Designed for fast and accurate drifting and production drilling of 130 to 1345 sq.-ft.

Sandvik has taken the well-known DPi series surface top hammer drill rigs to a new level with upgrades to their productivity and economy. New Sandvik digital technology opens up a whole range of opportunities to be more efficient, to really know how to control the whole drilling process, according to the manufacturer.