Loadscan are coming to the EXPOMIN in Chile this year to help you learn how to maximise your payload and increase the efficiency of your mine.
In a country that survives off the mining deposits, Chile is the ideal location for showing how you can efficiently mine silver, nitrate and other materials at your relative locations.
Exhibiting at L 78 in Hall 2, Loadscan are accompanying representatives of the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) to help bring your mine into the 21st century.
Traditional methods of measuring payloads on site are full of potholes which can cause problems. Regular maintenance and repair jobs can be costly not only in time but money too. The prolific scanning solution from Loadscan eliminates this issue.
The overhead scanner is easy to install and can withstand disagreeable environments across the world. The laser-based scanner can measure up to 8 kmp/h through the day and night and presents accurate readings to monitor every payload.
In addition to the accurate readings, within 1%, the Loadscan systems also produce 3D imagery to enhance the efficiency and experience of using the system. Data and imagery combined will provide useful data which also accounts for haul back, meaning you aren’t counting the same materials multiple times.
No need to fit out every truck on site. A benefit on its own, the Loadscan system is just one external scanner. Examples can be found at our stall at EXPOMIN but just imagine how much money you can save for your business by having our one scanner compared to having to make adjustments to every truck onsite to get the same result.
The money saving capability for your business is staggering, and all that money can be reinvested into other areas of the business-like employee incentives and new staff facilities.
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