Modern Mining, July 2014. An innovative Fractum rock breaker has now been in operation at a large South African opencast platinum mine for roughly two years and has proved such a success – in a secondary breaking role – that it will soon be joined by two more Fractum machines. Click on the magazine to [...]
Inside Mining, June 2014. Mario da Silva and his son, Zack, from Bel Quip Centre have come up with a brand-new application for a steel crushing machine, applying it with great success to the opencast mining sector. Click on the magazine to read the full story.
SA Mining, May 2014. South Africa’s mining industry is going through turbulent times, with current thoughts regarding the automation of selected mining functions showing the seriousness that mines in South Africa are taking with regard to spiralling operational costs, believes Mario da Silva of Bel Quip Centre. Click on the magazine to read the full [...]
IM Mining, May 2014. The Nordic region, including the countries of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and their other territories indcluding Greenland, remains a leading mining hub not only for productionbut also the supply of equipment and techonolgy. Rober Pell reviews some developments. Click on the magazine to read the full story.
Earthbroker, March 2014. By developing the world’s biggest hammer, Fractum offers a cost effective tech-nology for breaking rocks in the mining, steel and demolition industry. With up to 300.000 joules produced pr. stroke, the Fractum breaker has an energy im-pact of 15 times more than the energy released by the biggest hydraulic hammer on the [...]