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Modern workshops for the repair of mining equipment are being introduced in Yakutia

Modern workshops for the repair of mining equipment are being introduced in Yakutia
Photo: Nordgold press office

The Nordgold company at the Gross mine in Yakutia is commissioning modern repair shops for mining and auxiliary equipment. The purchase of new equipment cost 114 million rubles.

According to the press service of the Nordgold company, thanks to the workshops, eight units of equipment will be simultaneously repaired. At the same time, manual labor is minimized in each cycle.

According to Nikolai Skripkin, the repair director, specialists checked all the nuances of the new equipment at the design stage. Each working group was involved in the discussion: turners, welders, locksmiths, auto electricians and mechanics. The processes are automated as much as possible. In particular, for the repair of engines, stands were purchased that can automatically change the position of the unit being repaired. To service the dump trucks, special galleries were installed so that employees could move around the equipment being repaired.

To simplify the work of the maintenance crews, the Gross mine also introduced scissor-type trolleys to transport heavy equipment. For the processing of parts - powerful full-cycle turning and metal-working machines. Large tires can be repaired with a new vulcanizer. A special sandblasting unit for cleaning units will allow cleaning metal from corrosion, cleaning units and body parts.

In addition, the workshops are equipped with plasma cutters, jacks, an automatic oil dispensing system at each of the eight workshop posts with the function of pumping new oil and pumping out used oil. Also installed are three overhead cranes with a lifting capacity of 50, 32 and 16 tons, diagnostic scanners, charging cabinets and test benches for generators for auto electricians. And that's not all that has been acquired.

Nikolai Skripkin added that the new equipment will optimize work processes, create comfortable and safe conditions for employees.

 

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