Atlas Copco Underground Rock Excavation Complete Mining and Construction Solutions

Atlas Copco is your one source for underground mining and construction equipment. Our dedication to keeping work productive and safe is shown in our development and manufacture of quality rock drills, face drilling and production drilling rigs, underground loaders and trucks, pedestal boom systems, industrial vehicles, electric haul trucks, ventilation systems, locomotives, service trucks and digging arm loaders.

With a global reach spanning more than 170 countries with local support and service centers, Atlas Copco provides expertly engineered equipment while keeping true to our promise of sustainable productivity, to ensure that your construction and mining goals are met.

Drill rigs and rock drills

Our drilling product portfolio includes cable bolting rigs, face drilling rigs, long-hole drilling rigs, Raiseboring machines, rock bolting rigs, rock drills and scaling rigs. Many of these have remote control options. All have the precision and power needed for underground applications.

Underground loaders and trucks

Our Scooptram loaders come with electric or diesel engines and can with direct or remote control options. With capacities to load from 3.6t to 15t, there is a Scooptram for every size of mining or tunneling operation. The high operator comfort and easy serviceability pair for unmatched performance.

The Häggloader continuous loaders handle up to nine cubic meters per minute with their unique ‘digging arm’ technique. They come in track, crawler or rubber tire versions and have a built-in sprinkler system to control the dust.

Our Minetruck trucks have hauling capacities of 20t to 60t. The speed on grade is unmatched in the industry. The comfortable cab and proven components make daily use even easier.

The Kiruna Electric haul truck is the only electric truck in the world capable of hauling between 35t and 50t. The truck is highly energy-efficient thanks to its reduced need for fuel, and it is easier on ventilation systems and provides better working conditions underground.

Diesel hydrodynamic and hydrostatic locomotives carry from 2t to 50t at up to 32km per hour. They are easy to service and maintain, in widths from 9m and above. Shuttlecars carry the muck faster with capacities up to 20t. Conveyors provide quicker loading than any other system on the market.

Pedestal Boom systems

Secondary rock breaking can be a tough and hazardous job, but the strong and sturdy pedestal boom systems from Atlas Copco break down huge problems into smaller, more manageable chunks to make the job easier, safer and more efficient.

Charging equipment for ANFO applications

Our ANFO charging equipment has charging capacity up to 130kg per minute. Charging can be done with external or onboard air, and has electric or diesel options.

Ventilation systems

SwedVent provides a complete system for underground ventilation, including high-pressure fans with guide vanes and adjustable angles. Flexible ducting, underground control systems and rescue chambers are also offered.

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Atlas Copco’s New RCS 5 Rig Control System Receives Renowned Design Award

Atlas Copco has been named one of the winners of the International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) 2013 competition for the interface design of its new rig control system, the RCS 5.

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26 September 2013

Atlas Copco has been named one of the winners of the International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) 2013 competition for the interface design of its new rig control system, the RCS 5.

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2 May 2013

Atlas Copco is launching a range of underground loaders and trucks with electricity as the primary power source. The new range, introduced as The Green Line, includes seven products: two electric underground trucks, four electric underground loaders and a new portable generator.

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17 April 2013

Atlas Copco is launching five new products for underground construction and mining applications at the Bauma 2013 exhibition.

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4 April 2013

Atlas Copco Underground Rock Excavation division and BASF Construction Chemicals Europe Ltd. have signed an agreement to join forces to foster further expertise on sustainable sprayed concrete. This cooperation follows Atlas Copco's acquisition of the MEYCO Equipment sprayed concrete manufacturer in Winterthur, Switzerland, from BASF. The acquisition was finalised yesterday with the closing regular process.

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4 February 2013

With the new carbon emission-free LHD loader, Atlas Copco lives up to its brand promise of 'Sustainable Productivity'. The latest addition to Atlas Copco's range of Scooptram underground loaders, the Scooptram EST1030, is an attractive alternative to diesel equipment in underground mining.

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28 November 2012

Atlas Copco has won an order valued at approximately $10m (SEK70m) to supply equipment for the second phase of Colombia's largest hydropower project, Ituango. The contract is the biggest received by Atlas Copco Colombia in its 26 years of operation.

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18 October 2012

Atlas Copco would like to thank all our visitors at MINExpo in Las Vegas, September 24-26 2012.

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17 October 2012

A few months ago Atlas Copco launched the underground app for Ipads and Android reading pads. Now the app is also available for smartphone devices!

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4 October 2012

Atlas Copco launched its new multi-directional ANFO (ammonium nitrate/fuel oil explosive) charging truck, the Chargetec UV2, at MINExpo in Las Vegas, September 24-26. The Chargetec UV2 has a high speed charging capacity of 130kg (286 pounds) per minute with high density.

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3 October 2012

Atlas Copco gave attendees a sneak peek at the world's largest articulated underground mining truck, the Minetruck MT85, at MINExpo in Las Vegas, September 24-26.

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25 September 2012

Atlas Copco introduced its underground ventilation system, SwedVent, at MINExpo in Las Vegas, September 24-26. This introduction follows the acquisition of the SwedVent product line and other underground products from GIA Industri AB in the first quarter of the year.

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24 September 2012

Atlas Copco previewed a new package of upgrades to its Boomer underground mining and tunneling rigs at MINExpo in Las Vegas, Septmber 24-26. The entire package of upgrades and improvements will be applied to all new computerised Boomer rigs beginning in the second quarter of 2013.

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16 July 2012

Atlas Copco is celebrating the 100th sale of its Scooptram ST7 loader, confirming the international success of this new generation LHD in terms of underground loading technology and design.

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6 July 2012

Atlas Copco is celebrating the 100th sale of its Scooptram ST7 loader, confirming the
international success of this new generation LHD in terms of underground loading technology and design.

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27 June 2012

Atlas Copco has received significant orders valued at over €13m from Hindustan Zinc in the first quarter of 2012. This is one of the largest underground mining contracts for Atlas Copco India.

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15 June 2012

A unique cooperation between Atlas Copco Underground Rock Excavation and ABB has led to a significant advance in underground mobile fleet integration.

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Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB

SE-701 91

Örebro

Sweden

Elisabeth Meyer +46 (0)19 670 70 19 www.atlascopco.com
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