run-of-mine

run-of-mine

[′rən əv ′mīn]
(mining engineering)
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Bis and Cougar both provide mining equipment hire services to the underground coal mining industry in New South Wales and Queensland, including the hire of longwall relocation equipment and run-of-mine equipment.
Run-of-mine equipment is used to carry out the general operations of an underground mine.
In 2016, SMPC was able to produce 11.9 million MT run-of-mine coal.
The blast covered a mainly barren zone, to prepare access to the 10 metre benches closer to the run-of-mine pad and crusher plant in the fast track mine area.
Earlier, the mine operation was approved to extract up to 2.8 million metric tons per year (mtpy) of run-of-mine coal annually over a 45-year period.
Run-of-mine material, with lump sizes up to 1,200 mm, is fed via an apron feeder onto a grizzly feeder, with the oversize material reporting to the jaw crusher.
Lepanto noted that initial run-of-mine production from Victoria and the Copper Gold Project is 1,500 tons per day (tpd), ramping up to 1,900 tpd by the year-end, and 3,000 tpd by 2019.
The company said the prospecting rights were acquired for an undisclosed sum plus a market-related quarterly royalty payment on each tonne of run-of-mine coal mined.
The company has acquired the prospecting rights for an undisclosed sum plus a market related quarterly royalty payment on each ton of run-of-mine coal mined.
The tunnel will be moved into the La Paila zone for better interpretation of the high-grade structures within the mineralised zone and also to extract large scale bulk samples for pilot plant on-site metallurgical testing to confirm the suitability of an open-cut, run-of-mine, heap-leach gold operation.
Iranian state-owned miners exploited 28.93 million mt of run-of-mine iron ore and produced 23.24 million mt of iron ore in the first 11 months (21.03.2009-20.02.2010) of the current Iranian year, showing little change year on year, according to newly published figures from the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).
To be completed in early May 2010, this will remove calcium and magnesium carbonates from the phosphate deposit run-of-mine ore.