Surface Miners and Cross Application Miners

Extraction of primary resources and execution of large-scale infrastructure projects without drilling and blasting

Ruggedly-built Surface Miners are used for the extraction of a wide range of primary resources by cutting in open cast mines. Thanks to selective extraction, they achieve high degrees of material quality and enable optimal exploitation of mineral deposits. Cross Application Miners are purpose-built for frequently changing applications, particularly in the course of larger infrastructure projects. These machines therefore differ to some extent in terms of features, equipment and size and are therefore also easier to transport.

Surface Miners

Surface Miners

Constructed especially for the tough operating conditions encountered in open cast mining, Surface Miners extract primary resources such as coal, gypsum, rock salt, phosphate, bauxite or limestone with unconfined compressive strengths of up to 80 MPa with high purity and maximised exploitation of deposits. Centrally-located underneath the machine, the cutting drum can be customised to meet each customer’s specific needs. The extracted material can be deposited behind the machine in windrows, sidecast with the machine’s integrated discharge conveyor or loaded directly onto transport vehicles. Surface mining can be carried on a small scale in quarries with restricted space or in continuous operation (24/7) on large-scale open cast mining sites.

Cutting width max.
Cutting depth
Power
Operating weight, CE
Product No. 1
220 SM
Cutting width max.
2,200 mm
Cutting depth
300 mm
Power
708 kW / 963 HP
Operating weight, CE
53,150 kg
Product No. 1
220 SM 3.8
Cutting width max.
3,800 mm
Cutting depth
350 mm
Power
708 kW / 963 HP
Operating weight, CE
58,050 kg
Product No. 1
4200 SM
Cutting width max.
4,200 mm
Cutting depth
830 mm
Power
1,194 kW / 1,623 HP
Operating weight, CE
204,300 kg
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