In pit crushing and conveying is being touted as the future of open cut mining. Can the greater use of in-pit crushing and conveying (IPCC) systems by Australian mining companies reduce their exposure to the skills shortage, equipment and tyre availability problems, diesel fuel requirements and help
Crushing and conveying ABB has decades of experience with electrical equipment and automating systems in open-pit mining and material handling, with more than 700 kilometers of conveyors and several crushers engineered and commissioned. Today, deeper deposits and lower material quality require more intensive efforts to extract
in pit crushing and conveying The material transport system in an open pit mine significantly affects the capital and operating costs. All truck haulage is the most common, reliable and flexible transport system, however this system is very expensive. Its cost is increasing further due to the inflation of labour and fuel expenditures among
Now, with In-Pit Crushing & Conveying (IPCC), the ore can be taken directly into a crusher and then fed to conveyors to be carried to the next section of processing equipment, bypassing the need for so many trucks to haul the material over large distances to a crushing station.
In Pit Crushing & Conveying Download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt / .pptx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. This PPT covers the basics and history of in pit crushing and conveying system. Economic analysis,advantages & disadvantages of IPCC are also discussed.
The cost efficiency and high reliability of semi-mobile or combined in-pit crushing-conveying (IPCC) and truck systems, compared to conventional truck-shovel systems alone, make them more attractive for use in modern mining operations. Semi-mobile systems, which are the most common systems in open-pit mining, combine the