Dyno Nobel will feature its new SmartShot electronic detonator system on Stand 6112 during AIMEX 2007 – Asia Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition, to be held at Sydney’s Olympic Park from September 4 to 7, 2007.
SmartShot has been developed over several years, and Dyno Nobel says the product is reliable and is designed to ensure it is robust enough to handle all conditions encountered in Australian mines.
According to Dyno Nobel, it has been working non-stop with selected customers to introduce electronic detonator technology to their operations.
Dyno Nobel’s approach is twofold, first to commit resources to a site in order to demonstrate the benefits of the technology over an extended period, and secondly to train and certify site personnel to use SmartShot autonomously. Dyno Nobel says this method places the mine in an ideal position to convert from NONEL to the SmartShot electronic detonator system and bank the benefits.
Dyno Nobel is a leading supplier of industrial explosives and blasting services to the mining, quarrying, seismic and construction industries.
Dyno Nobel employs more than 3,500 people and has 36 manufacturing facilities in Australia, Canada, the US and Mexico. Dyno Nobel says it is renowned for its safety performance and as a provider of innovative explosive products and services.
More information is available from Reed Exhibitions.