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Offering support in underground mines

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In underground mining, it is necessary to support the roof to prevent areas that have already been mined from collapsing. Since the 1950s, the primary method for supporting the roof has been the installation of roof bolts. Roof bolting is one of the most basic and necessary functions in underground mining operation, and over time has become more highly specialised. Today, many operations are requiring equipment predominantly dictated by mine conditions and individual customer desires.

Offering support in underground mines

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