track haulage

track haulage

[′trak ‚hȯl·ij]
(mining engineering)
Movement or transportation of excavated or mined materials in cars or trucks that run on rails.
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In alignment with MSHA's new regulations, Quaker offers DUSTGRIP, a family of dust suppressant products for various applications, including roads and track haulage, mine haul roads, stockpiles, crushers, conveyor systems, longwall mining, rail cars, and quarries.
withdrawal of the composition of the train on the track haulage is carried out not later than half an hour after the arrival of the train,
RAIL DANGER 49 trespassers died in past year TERRIFYING View from approaching train as cab camera films boy on track HAULAGE He starts to clamber SAFE Face-down as train speeds past DESPERATE Train is just feet away ALMOST THERE On to the platform
The dewatering of the Jacobina Mine, removal of the previous track haulage system and slashing of the main haulage drifts to accommodate the large mechanized equipment have been completed, and underground services are being installed.