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Support network To ensure safety and effi ciency in the mining industry, it is important to install pumping equipment that can handle the job. It pays to deploy smart and durable pumping systems to keep mining operations running both safely and effi ciently


34 Record-breaking ropes How mining ropes on a friction winch are setting new standards for durability and enabling one company to beat its own world record


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Bigger, faster, stronger – better? Radar-based level measurement instrumentation has experienced a constant rise in the radar frequencies used. But does more always equal better? Read this interview with an expert in the sector to fi nd out


38 Next-gen mining motors Revealing how advances in low-voltage motors can bring a range of benefi ts to a variety of mining applications


40 Meaningful process mineralogy Why valuable minerals are lost to tails – and what options there are for remedies. A specialist in process mineralogy off ers some useful guidance to tackle these issues


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Failsafe actuators for coal processing Coal extraction application demonstrates the advantages of electro-hydraulic valve actuation


SAFETY 47


Liquid assets Introducing the next generation of multi-gas detector products for mining applications, designed to improve safety and productivity


EVENT PREVIEW 50


Indonesia to host international mining exhibition A look ahead to Mining Indonesia 2017, which will be held at the Jakarta International Expo in September. The show is Asia’s largest international mining equipment exhibition and provides a professional platform for Indonesia’s mining industry to do business


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