Ex­ca­va­tors & Earth­movers

The Australian Mining Review - - CONTENTS -

LIEB­HERR Min­ing Equip­ment Col­mar SAS an­nounced it will launch the new B-ver­sions of the R 9100 and R 9150 ex­ca­va­tors in Jan­uary 2019.

Both ma­chines have proven to be re­li­able and pro­duc­tive part­ners in the min­ing in­dus­try over the years.

With the new­est up­grades, these hy­draulic ex­ca­va­tors would take a step for­ward to clearly ex­ceed the per­for­mance and re­li­a­bil­ity com­pared to any other player in this class, while low­er­ing the cost per tonne.

The R 9100 B and R 9150 B are equipped with the long-last­ing and proven Lieb­herr V12 diesel en­gine specif­i­cally de­signed to with­stand ex­treme out­side tem­per­a­tures and high al­ti­tudes with low at­mo­spheric pres­sure.

In­te­grat­ing the lat­est en­gine man­age­ment sys­tem, the ma­chines were built for ex­treme con­di­tions.

The Lieb­herr D9512 diesel en­gine is the lat­est gen­er­a­tion of Lieb­herr diesel en­gines and is now USA/EPA Tier 4f com­pli­ant.

It has been up­graded on many lev­els with an in­creased en­gine life­time and new fea­tures that fa­cil­i­tate and im­prove the en­gine main­te­nance.

Fur­ther­more, the new B-ver­sions come with ex­clu­sive EVO Bucket So­lu­tion with patented Lieb­herr de­sign to max­imise the load­ing ca­pac­ity and en­sure op­ti­mal pen­e­tra­tion ef­fi­ciency.

The new buck­ets also make both ex­ca­va­tors the per­fect work­ing part­ners in terms of shovel match for the Lieb­herr T 236 truck and all other ar­tic­u­lated and rigid trucks in the 50 tonne to 100 tonne class.

Both the new B-ver­sions’ up­per struc­ture is ac­ces­si­ble via a ro­bust fixed lad­der of 45 de­gree ac­cess stair in op­tion and in­te­grates one large cen­tral plat­form equipped with slip re­sis­tant sur­faces.

The new ar­range­ment with wide cat­walks fa­cil­i­tates main­te­nance and en­sures com­fort dur­ing all the op­er­a­tions.

These ex­ca­va­tors are fit­ted with er­gonomic ac­cess for fast and safe main­te­nance.

All ser­vice points are within reach from one side and at ma­chine level.

The mod­ern and large cab pro­vides ideal work­ing con­di­tions and op­ti­mal op­er­a­tor’s com­fort.

Mounted on silent blocks, the op­ti­mised cab de­sign re­duces vi­bra­tions.

The new headliner lim­its noise pol­lu­tion to pro­vide a quiet work­ing en­vi­ron­ment – a de­crease of 2 deci­bels in the cab com­pared to the pre­vi­ous ver­sion.

Both new B-ver­sions are also se­ri­ally equipped with GSM data trans­mis­sion func­tion­al­i­ties to col­lect op­er­at­ing pa­ram­e­ters, er­ror codes and ma­chine faults.

The data is ac­ces­si­ble through the Lieb­herr-Min­ing Data plat­form (LMD) on which the user can gen­er­ate cus­tomised re­ports to track and an­a­lyse ma­chine data.

The ac­cu­rate in­for­ma­tion col­lected through the con­nec­tiv­ity kit is recorded in a world­wide data­base and en­ters a sys­tem­atic as­sess­ment and res­o­lu­tion process to con­tin­u­ously im­prove ex­ist­ing and new prod­ucts and com­po­nents.

The Lieb­herr R 9100 B was pre­miered at Bauma in China at the end of Novem­ber.

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