Sandvik will use CONEXPO-CON/AGG to take the opportunity to interact with customers from the global construction industry and introduce to them the very latest developments in technology and services, together with the value those solutions can deliver. Some of the cornerstones of the extensive Sandvik offering of equipment and services will be on display, as well as promoted through the very latest digital technology, demonstrating why it is a supplier of choice in application areas including rock drilling, rock cutting, crushing and screening, loading and hauling, tunnelling, quarrying and breaking and demolition.
Of particular interest to the drilling community will be the Leopard DI650i drill rig, incorporating new drilling simulator and SanRemo Mobile.
Leopard DI650i down-the-hole (DTH) drill rig is designed for demanding high-capacity production drilling applications in surface mining, as well as large-scale quarry applications. In addition to a powerful engine and compressor, Leopard DI650i incorporates a highly ergonomic iCAB cabin, excellent serviceability, mobility and fuel economy, along with scalable automation packages, to offer excellent overall productivity.
In addition to the actual drill rig being on display, visitors will be able to try out its performance using the Leopard DI650i drilling simulator to guide them through the whole drilling process. Presented at the show for the first time, SanRemo Mobile is a mobile device-based connectivity solution for Sandvik surface drill rigs which quickly and easily transfers cost-effective drill plans, reports and other drilling data to increase operational efficiency.
Digital driller is a compact and flexible solution to safely train operators or maintenance teams on Sandvik underground drills DD422i, DD422iE, DT922i and DL421. Operators learn via a realistic simulator, optimising their transition to the real machine. Digital Driller acts like a real rig, operating with authentic controls and combined with the same control system software as that installed on the actual machines. It is fully integrated with iSURE software, a tunnel management tool for accurate drilling, charging and blasting plans.
Sandvik Parts & Services delivers solutions to enhance the value, reliability and productivity at every stage of the machine's lifetime. A key focus area is to facilitate progress from preventive maintenance to predictive maintenance strategies. New digital services offerings, including "Remote Monitoring Services" and "Expertise- On-Site" have been launched. A new My Sandvik 2.0 platform will continue to develop digital services to improve lifecycle cost, uptime and equipment reliability.
Sandvik's extensive network of trained service technicians are empowered with new digital services tools, global maintenance management system, fleet inspections tools and comprehensive competence platform. The organisation's regional productivity and reliability centres around the world enable monitoring and remote services of the Sandvik fleet, supporting customers in all their operations. Along with its dealer partners Sandvik is committed to serving its customers throughout the entire life cycle of the machine.
"We're driving innovation and digitalisation throughout our entire portfolio, from new equipment to ever smarter customer services, conveying customer value and lower total cost of ownership across the whole Sandvik package," said Victor Tapia, vice president, Sales Area USA, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology.
"At CONEXPO-CON/AGG, we will showcase a compelling offering of products and services, all designed to benefit our customers' bottom line in terms of increased safety, productivity and sustainability. Sandvik is at the forefront when it comes to equipment for the construction applications in which we're present, whether it be crushing or breaking, drill rigs or drill bits. What ties it all together are our dedicated people and our offering of genuine parts and services."
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