Checking over the core samples inside the core shack is a routine but highly important job for the diamond drilling company.
Every part of this mine truck will be repaired to prestine condition. This Atlas Copco Industrial worker is starting to remove the tire to be refurbished.
This Atlas Copco Mine Truck was sitting in the shop parking lot waiting to be delivered to it's mine destination.
This Industrial Shop Welder works on a frame of an Atlas Copco Mine Truck. The Mine Truck was stripped down and will be refurbished back to original condition.
Today while in the Atlas Copco shop I came across this KoneCrane placing a 21,000 lb weight in the back of this Mine Truck. That's alot of weight to carry AND lift.
I was just at the Atlas Copco Office today and browsing their in house magazine when I came to the back cover and saw my previous blog post image on the back. Perfect timing I guess.
Inside the core shack a diamond driller sets up the rod with an ITH Diamond Drill Bit.
These underground workers take a moment to go over the production plan.
Here is another facility (Vale CORe Project) utilizing Konecranes Overhead Bridge Crane.
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The mines never stop production. It's mostly a 24/7 production across the globe. Getting out on the site at night can yield some amazing photographs, especially the 30 minutes after the sun sets when the warm glow of the sun melts over everything.
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