Reutech Mining Movement and Surveying Radars for Slope Stability

Reutech Mining, a division of Reutech Radar Systems, is a leading supplier of advanced geotechnical slope stability monitoring radar systems. These products provide the mining industry with cutting-edge technology to improve mine safety and production output in open-pit mining operations.

Radar and surveying systems

The MSR uses state-of-the-art radar and surveying technology to provide highly accurate, real-time, all-weather surveying and slope movement monitoring – a critical element in the early prediction of slope failures and slope stability in open-pit and open-cast mines.

Features include:

  • Real-time detection of sub-millimetre slope movements
  • Geographically referenced slope movements
  • Advanced, dual user-defined alarm generation software to cater for all types of mining operations (with selectable scan speeds and the ability to configure high-threat areas and exclusion zones)
  • Full recording and playback functionality
  • The MSR 200 is able to operate up to a distance of 1,200m and the MSR 300 has the capability of effectively operating up to a distance of 2,500m
  • Performance under extreme weather conditions, and can withstand temperatures varying from -30°C to 55°C, dusty environments, wind speeds of up to 100km/h and rain of up to 60mm/h
  • The MSR has an integrated Leica geosystems station and can be operated remotely via high-speed wireless communication. It features comprehensive built-in test functionality (BIT) and is able to provide stability and surveying measurements simultaneously
  • Industry leading operational availability of higher than 97% without the need to have full-time technicians on the site

Slope radar systems for the mining industry

The MSR 300 system, with its 1.2m dish antenna, is the only slope radar system that is capable of resolving a 15m bench failure at its full operating distance of 2,500m.

This same technology is incorporated in the MSR 200 with a maximum operating distance of 1,200m. This feature is unique to the MSR product range and proves that size does not matter when advanced technology is incorporated.

The MSR was designed to operate reliably under harsh mining conditions and provides fully geo-referenced data accurately, which in turn allows on-system integration with standard digital terrain maps (DTM). This enables the system to function blindly, completely unaffected by light or atmospheric conditions.

Data regarding the different digital model layers on a site can be imported to allow correlation of radar-based displacement data for specific material types, joints and faults located on the mine slope. These features ensure accurate monitoring and facilitate rapid response to any anticipated slope failure. Early detection of slope instability ensures that people and expensive equipment can be evacuated from problem areas safely and promptly.

The simultaneous execution of stability and surveying measurements, combined with the high-speed external data links for remote operation, and extremely high reliability, makes the MSR an essential real-time mining safety, planning and productivity improvement tool.

Radar system spare parts and support

Fully trained and qualified technicians are available twenty-four hours per day to provide support and to ensure that spare parts are readily available. Various partners and distributors worldwide contribute to ensure that the system remains operationally available.

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First MSR120 radar module deployed by Reutech Mining

Reutech Mining is proud to announce it recently commissioned the world’s first MSR120 radar module (RM) in North America.

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+27 21 880 1150 +27 21 880 1842 www.reutechmining.com

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14 October 2014

Reutech Mining is proud to announce it recently commissioned the world’s first MSR120 radar module (RM) in North America.

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5 September 2014

Call & Nicholas Instruments, Inc. maker of SlideMinder slope movement monitoring and warning system, has announced that Reutech Mining will be an authorised distributor of SlideMinder products in Africa.

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16 May 2014

Anglo Coal's Landau Colliery has recently expanded their movement and surveying radar (MSR) fleet with the addition of a number of MSR 060Vs. The MSR range is manufactured by Reutech Mining and provides precise, real-time and round-the-clock surveying and slope movement measurements in the highly demanding and often extreme mining conditions around the globe.

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22 October 2013

The Reutech Mining family got together recently to celebrate the birth of the 100th MSR.

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15 October 2013

Daily operations on mines have become crucially dependant on the reliability of the equipment used to safeguard critical resources responsible for productivity.

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15 October 2013

Reutech Mining presented a technical talk entitled "Guidelines for Deriving Alarm Settings Based on Pre-Determined Criteria Using the Movement and Surveying Radar (MSR)" at the Instrumentation and Slope Monitoring Workshop on 23 September 2013 that formed part of the International Symposium on Slope Stability in Open Pit Mining 2013 that was held in Brisbane, Australia.

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27 August 2013

The VIST group has been appointed as the official distribution and support partner in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). This area includes countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, the Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and the surrounding countries.

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11 July 2013

Reutech Mining, a division of Reutech Radar Systems, has recently expanded into the region known as the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

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22 April 2013

Reutech is proud to announce the delivery of the first MSR060 series in South America.

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13 July 2011

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13 July 2011

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23 January 2011

Reutech Mining, a division of Reutech Radar Systems and a leading supplier of advanced geotechnical slope stability monitoring radar systems, is pleased to announce the appointment of a new regional managers. Cala van der Westhuizen has been appointed to further develop relations in Eas

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5 January 2011

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8 July 2010

As the MSR products are being applied to safeguard mine personnel it has become crucial to our clients that the MSR is operationally available for the maximum possible time. Reutech Mining has identified operational availability as an essential and crucial component in the MSR offering to our cl

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Reutech Mining

35 Electron Avenue

Technopark

Stellenbosch

7600

Other

South Africa

+27 21 880 1150 +27 21 880 1842 www.reutechmining.com

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