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Sandvik adds battery-electric rig

SANDVIK has expanded its battery-electric equipment offering with the DL422iE top hammer longhole drill, which it claims can help increase metres drilled per shift up to 10%.

Staff Reporter
Sandvik's DDL422iE is its second battery-electric drill rig offering.

Sandvik's DDL422iE is its second battery-electric drill rig offering.

The drill, which is designed for underground massing mining in 4m by 4m or larger production drifts, has been fitted with an electric drivetrain for tramming. The DL422iE joins the DD422iE as Sandvik's...

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