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highwall

[′hī‚wȯl]
(mining engineering)
The unexcavated face of exposed overburden and coal or ore in an opencast mine or the face or bank of the uphill side of a contour strip-mine excavation.
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Both products complement the Highwall Enterprise product line which offers best-of-breed sensor and antenna technology, including centralized management software.
Terex Corporation today announced that it has acquired Superior Highwall Miners, Inc.
Criteria such as distance from the highwall face, or comparison of design vs.
Tenders are invited for Pre Nit For Introduction Of Highwall Mining Technology With Associated Equipments (H M Package) For Cutting, Loading And Transportation Of Coal (Without Blasting) On Hiring Basis At Batura Highwall Project Of Sohagpur Area As Detailed In The Nit.
In addition, the direct drive drum allows the operator to cut an 80[degrees] highwall for slope stability purposes.
During the subsequent Special Investigation, the mine manager and the driller who was working below the highwall that day explained that they had both inspected the highwall before work commenced, discussed it and had both agreed that they had no concerns.
Ken Goldberg of Highwall Technologies and his partners in the Sarasota start-up company are banking that their Highwall Sentinel network appliance will lead the defense against wireless intruders.
proposed to extend and steepen the highwall in the northwest sector of the pit to a height of 305 m, with the additional mining of 11.
9 million from its insurance provider to cover the full cost of repair to its highwall miner, minus a $50,000 deductible, which was damaged in March as a result of a rock collapse.
Cornett was a foreman at Commonwealth Mining's Tinsley Branch 61 highwall mine near Pikeviile on October 7, 2014, when he allowed miner Justin Mize to enter a non-supported auger hole.