One link in a chain reaction
AS the formative link in the mining supply chain, haul roads, tip heads and pit floors must flow without interruption, however all too often sharp rocks pose a major threat to this rhythm.
Thankfully, the Broons Square Impact Roller can provide affordable insurance against breaking that crucial first link.
Used in mine sites around the world, the towed Square Impact Roller has been reducing oversize destructive rock for decades.
Available in both 1.3m wide 8-tonne module and 1.95m wide 12-tonne module configuration, these units fracture and bury the offending rocks that are capable of inflicting fatal tread and tyre wall damage to mine trucks.
It’s not just the cost of the damaged tyre, it’s the lost productivity while decommissioned – so there’s plenty of profit to be extracted by using the unique Square Roller.
Towed at around 10kph, the Broons Square Impact Roller is simple to operate, low on maintenance and high on productivity.
Fitted with a wear plate package on the impact faces of the module, machines are available for rental or sale.
Broons’ experienced staff are able to train mine operators within hours and start securing the ground surface.
The company also offers the well proven towed Grid Roller as an alternative for mines with softer rock to be crushed.
Broons can be contacted on (08) 8268 1988 or via email at info@broons. com, and a brochure is available at: www.broons.com/impact.
The Broons Square Impact Roller at work.