At our recent Unmissable Webinar series, 'The Knock-in Effect', RME presented commercial outcomes that can be achieved from the new THUNDERBOLT MAGNUM Hammer range. Our Engineers shared the results of a MILL RELINE DIRECTOR (MRD) study undertaken by RME, which investigated the impact of the THUNDERBOLT MAGNUM Recoilless Hammers’ increased strike energy and firing rate on the knock-in phase during worn liner removal.
To underpin the webinar series, RME Engineers produced a 10-page whitepaper which summarises the results from the MRD study including the potential to achieve significant annual reline time reductions of up to 44 hours* or more through optimal use and configuration of THUNDERBOLT MAGNUM Hammers.
This whitepaper addresses:
- The 'Knock-in Effect' highlighting optimal Hammer configurations relevant to different mill sizes and types
- Mill scenario modelling with benefits defined for high wear and full scope relines of mid and large mills
- Modelling outcomes for typical and difficult reline conditions on one or both sides of the mill
To receive a copy of RME's engineering performance whitepaper 'The Knock-in Effect' click here!
*Annualised reline time saving modelled from three (3) THUNDERBOLT MAGNUM Hammers (1 x 2000 & 2 x 1000’s) relining a large SAG mill versus a single THUNDERBOLT 750 Special Performance Recoilless Hammer reference case (see scenario B in the ‘The Knock-in Effect’ whitepaper for further details)