Larzep Australia will showcase five heavy-tonnage air hydraulic mobile jacks on Stand 1305 at AIMEX from August 20-23.
The Mammut jacks can lift 60 to 150 tonnes and are purpose-built for lifting heavy mining and off-road vehicles.
“Since its introduction in 2010, the Mammut range has established a reputation for being a durable and versatile solution for negotiating Australia’s unique and challenging conditions,” Larzep representative Richard Parkyn said.
Another highlight of Larzep’s display will be demonstrations of the company’s remote-controlled Synchronised Lift System, which was developed to perform a 6400-tonne dragline lift at an RCR Resources-Eagle mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
“Larzep supplied the seven 500-tonne lifting cylinders for the tub lift-and-split, along with an electric power pump incorporating valving controlled electronically via a PLC, with all controlled from a laptop,” Parkyn said.
A further 22 100-tonne capacity cylinders, also supplied by Larzep, complemented the mine’s existing 100-tonne cylinders and were used to unload the dragline’s left-hand-side propel walking arm for later removal.
Larzep will also use AIMEX to show its 700 Bar Porta-Power Kits that combine a hydraulic pump, high-pressure hose and hydraulic cylinder for readily portable and heavy duty lifting.