FLEETS

Epiroc reveals mobile blast power wagon

Epiroc,has introduced the MTVR (Mobile Hydraulic Powerpack for Electric Blasthole Drills), a self-contained, wagon-mounted powerpack, for off-grid sites.

 The Radio Remote Control (RRC) option lets the operator control propeling functions from a safe, remote location.

The Radio Remote Control (RRC) option lets the operator control propeling functions from a safe, remote location.

  The MTVR connects to the drill's mainframe through a trailer-mounted, diesel-powered hydraulic system, said the firm.   The pack ensures continuous tramming even during power outages or when relocating...

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