Sandvik DR412i is a diesel-powered, self-propelled, crawler-mounted blasthole drill for surface mining. It is standard equipped for rotary with optional downthe- hole (DTH) hammer drilling power.
HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH INNOVATION
Sandvik DR412i uses a CAN bus controlled hydraulic system to monitor the machine, allowing for timely preventative maintenance and delivering higher availability.
Sandvik DR412i is equipped to drill 203 to 311 millimeter (8" to 121/4 inch) diameter blastholes with extended mast capacity of 17.8 meters (58.5 feet) or standard mast capacity of 75.5 meters (247.7 feet).
Pipes can be handled from within the cab using the Sandvik carousel and breakout system, with optional hands free bits changing capability.
OPERATOR COMFORT AND CONTROL
The new-generation ergonomically-designed cab includes controls on the armrests, touchscreens, angled windows to reduce glare and a safari-style roof to keep the cab cooler.
Sandvik DR412i blasthole drill is designed to deliver dependable penetration and return on investment for 216-311 mm (8.5-12.25 in) rotary and DTH holes, with a first pass capability of 18.3 m or 60 ft and a maximum depth of 33.5 m or 110 ft for the single pass mast. The multi pass mast delivers a first pass depth of 12 m or 39.5 ft with a maximum depth of 76 m or 245 ft across all recommended pipe diameters.
Sandvik DR412i is AutoMine® ready providing functionality for both on-board and off-board automated needs. This scalable solution, from on-board automation that increases drilling efficiency to full autonomous operation, is designed to meet customer needs both now and in the future.