Draka Cableteq Australia will exhibit the Tenax power cables for coal mining on Stand H1098 during AIMEX 2007 – Asia Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition, to be held at Sydney’s Olympic Park from September 4 to 7, 2007.
Tenax cables for underground mining are designed to withstand high strain and extreme conditions, and be safe in conditions of high explosion risk.
Tenax cables for both underground and surface mining are lightweight and small in diameter, allowing greater lengths of cable to be held on reels.
Cables can be tailored to suit specific mine requirements, and incorporate such features as optical fibres, pilots and monitoring cores.
The Draka Rubber Cable Group develops, produces and markets flexible, rubber-insulated cables to standard or specialised designs, including power and medium-voltage applications for mining and industrial applications. In its home market of Germany, Draka Rubber Cable Group produces 30kV trailing cables for large excavators and stackers, and armoured cables for underground mining.
The Draka Rubber Cable Group acts worldwide and there are six hyper-modern development and production plants in Europe, USA and China.
More information is available from Reed Exhibitions.