Phosphate mining with Rammer hammer

The use of high reach hammers in a mining application is rather unusual. However, a Rammer hammer has been successfully working in such a way at the Siilinjärvi phosphate mine in Yara Suomi. A Rammer 2155 hydraulic hammer is normally installed on carriers in the 16 to 26 t operating weight class.  At the Siilinjärvi phosphate mine in Yara Suomi, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of mineral fertilizers, the 1300 kg hammer model is being mounted on a Cat 345 CL excavator with a working weight of 52 t (Fig.). This unusual configuration, with the hammer’s relatively small size in comparison...

Related articles:

Issue 2015-07-08

Premium breaking in Brazil

A Brazilian mine operator is using a Rammer 3288 hydraulic hammer in a secondary breaking application to maximize production at a facility in Brumadinho. The 2040 kg hydraulic hammer is helping to...

more
Issue 2013-05

Reintroduction of Rammer branded products

The recent reintroduction of Rammer branded products has seen the reuniting of the highly successful ­Rammer-Wild team that has been a major force in ­German breaking during much of the last twenty...

more
Issue 2021-05 High productivity processing

Portuguese quarry trusts in Rammer performance with new R45P hammer

A? quarry in Portugal has recently invested in a new R45P Performance Line hammer. The Rammer is used to break granite prior to it being crushed and screened into construction aggregate and decorative...

more

RAMMER: 40 years celebrated with the launch of updated Excellence Line and Telematics

Rammer this year celebrates 40 years of excellence. In order to help commemorate this momentous occasion, and to reflect changing customer requirements, it has renewed both its outlook and its product...

more
Issue 2013-11

Metal ore beneficiation in Kazakhstan

A part of the global gold reserves is securely vaulted. Gold ???is also currently extracted and processed – with the help of Engineering Dobersek and Sandvik – close to the “Little Switzerland”...

more