• Optimizing



For an Expected End

When attempting to attain maximum efficiency and total economy from quarrying operations, there are a number of elements to consider. The profit margin between product revenues and production expenses must be maximized. It’s worth noting that crushing, screening, and storing account for about half of the costs, while drilling accounts for less than 15%. The crushing procedure is frequently a bottleneck in the whole work cycle.

Extra drilling and blasting costs

may be necessary in some cases to ensure free flow through the crusher and full capacity in the plant, which enhances the operation’s economics. The building of smooth benches and achieving an even fragmentation would also benefit loading and transport equipment.

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