If there’s one thing every mine site superintendent knows about haul truck tires, it’s this: “The more they turn, the more we earn.”
Why re-capping haul roads doesn’t have to be an annual expenditure
Many mine managers consider re-capping haul roads to be an unavoidable cost, a task that has to be performed on a yearly basis.
Why Less Water on Haul Roads will Improve Tire Life
As innocuous as it seems, water on haul roads – regardless of whether it comes from the sky or via a water truck – has a negative impact on the life of mining truck tires.
Haul Road Safety - The Risks of Overwatering
With haul roads on mining sites, it’s often a ‘feast or a famine’ scenario: the surface is either too dry and dusty, or too wet from excessive watering.
‘Big Picture’ Haul Road Maintenance Cost Savings
Haul road maintenance costs are a huge expense, and most mining companies are forever looking at ways to reduce this onerous burden.
[Case Study] Road management system creates more fuel savings and cost reductions for mine roads
Poorly managed haul roads have been proven to adversely affect fuel economy and total road user costs. as well as being a major maintenance and safety factor.