The new, upgraded Dino DC410Ri surface top hammer drill rig from Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology offers significant improvements in flexibility and reliability.
With two years of upgrades under its belt, the new remote-controlled Dino DC410Ri surface top hammer drill rig from Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology offers significant improvements in electrical and mechanical reliability, 15 percent higher tramming power and a large number of important updates for improved reliability and productivity.
A compact machine for 51 to 76 millimetre (2- to 3-inch) hole sizes, Dino DC410Ri is a major all-around upgrade from its predecessor Dino DC400Ri. It provides mobility and stability for contractors tackling cramped urban construction sites, as well as for demanding quarry and infrastructure applications. The Dino DC410Ri’s entirely new electrical system responds to challenges with components such as I/O boards.
Several mechanical details have been reinforced, including a steel-framed tramming support for the feed beam and ruggedized rod-handler arms. Another practical feature is the possibility to duplicate the drilling control display on an Android phone or tablet. The remote screen gives a perfect view of the drill rig alignment and displays the drilling and tramming parameters for easy and accurate control.