Sponsored: Commando™ DC300Ri a new multipurpose drill rig from Sandvik for various construction applications

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Commando DC300Ri

Fully remote-controlled, wheeled and compact is ideal for contractors working in variable drilling applications

The new Commando DC300Ri is a modern fully radio remote-controlled, rubber tired surface top hammer drill rig with a vast hole size range (from 38 to 64 mm / 1½ – 2½ in.) using R28, R32 and T35 MF-rods. The rig is equipped with four wheel drive motors and oscillation, which guarantees excellent mobility and stability in difficult terrain. Together with a new boom structure and a reliable HL300 rock drill the new rig offers high productivity and low operating costs in challenging environments.

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TBM Editor/Publisher Jim Rush talks with Avery Martin, Sandvik’s Eastern sales manager for Boom Drills and Exploration. Martin discusses Sandvik’s products for the tunneling market and their newest features.

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Sandvik

Sandvik Group

Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. We hold world-leading positions in selected areas – tools and tooling systems for metal cutting; equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining industry and rock excavation within the construction industry; products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys as well as products for industrial heating. In 2019, the Group had approximately 40,000 employees and revenues of about 100 billion SEK in more than 160 countries within continuing operations.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a global leading supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries. Application areas include rock drilling, rock cutting, crushing and screening, loading and hauling, tunneling, quarrying and breaking and demolition. In 2019, sales were approximately 45 billion SEK with about 14,000 employees in continuing operations.

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