Our commitment to mining safety and productivity runs deep.
MacLean Engineering designs mining equipment that increases productivity, reduces costs and enhances operator safety by leveraging multi-discipline engineering expertise, hard rock mining knowledge, and custom manufacturing experience. The company’s design and manufacturing base is in southern Ontario, Canada (Barrie, Collingwood, Owen Sound), with worldwide customer service and support delivered through a network of MacLean branches across Canada as well as in Australia, Mexico, Peru and South Africa.
The MacLean product suite includes platform and utility bolters, shotcrete sprayers and transmixers in the ground support category; remote operated blockholer drills, mobile rock breakers and water cannons in the ore flow/secondary reduction category; and, Mine-MateTM scissor lifts, boom lifts, boom trucks, ANFO/emulsion chargers, personnel carriers, fuel/lube trucks, cassette trucks, fan and pipe handlers and service drills in the utility vehicles and attachments category.
MacLean EV Series – Full-Fleet Electrification that connects the mining cycle to the battery cycle
In 2015, the company turned its product development attention towards designing a full fleet of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) that would respond to the mining industry’s growing need for cost containment through energy and mine design efficiencies, along with improving underground air quality for miners. The MacLean approach to electric propulsion is built on giving customers access to best-in-class battery, electric motor, onboard charging, and vehicle analytics technology, to deliver a safe, proven, and data-rich option for diesel-free operations in the underground environment. This is how MacLean has developed battery power, engineered for life underground.
MacLean-quality fleet electrification means:
MacLean BEV fleet fulfill a number of roles at Onaping
Trial revealed diesel cost savings of C$1.78 million
Vehicles join the company's existing EV offering, the 975 Omnia EV Bolter,
Students from Cambrian College in Ontario will learn at MacLean test site
MacLean water cannon patched into Epiroc automation control system.
MacLean Engineering's Patrick Marshall maps out the industry's need for advanced vehicle technology
With electrification a big trend, operations such as Newmont's Borden gold mine are making headlines...
Mining equipment manufacturers sign strategic agreement
Recent addition to ground support product line is 'EV-ready'
How the efficiency of blasting at mining operations can be improved or optimised
New local, Inuit-owned business to service MacLean vehicles at Meliadine, Amaruq Whale Tail
Newmont Goldcorp describes Borden as Ontario's 'mine of the future'
Equipment company invests in Mexico
MacLean Engineering's Owen Sound manufacturing plant expansion is complete
MacLean Engineering has sold its 200th SL3 scissor lift and 100th BT3 boom truck
A total of 27 organisations from across the mining industry are involved in the initiative
MacLean Engineering has purchased the former MTI test facility in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
MM talks to MacLean about the evolution of ground-support equipment and the future role of operators...
MacLean Engineering recently made notable acquisitions in remote control technology
MacLean Engineering announced the commercial rollout of the MacLean EV Series
Next-generation battery technologies have the potential to revolutionise underground mines
The latest in underground drilling equipment for exploration, development and production applications...
MacLean Engineering celebrated the commissioning of its 400th Series 900 scissor bolter on January 22...
Over the last 40 years, MacLean has partnered with longstanding customers on continuous product improvement....
How the underground mining industry can get to transformational change, incrementally
Electrification now competes for attention in underground mining projects
MacLean is repowering its way through electrification
EV mine upsides are simply too compelling for mining companies to ignore much longer
The promise of electrification in underground mining has the industry buzzing.
The space and time between semi-mechanization and full automation