The parameterization of the deviations with respect to the planned values for each hole will optimize the mining operation and avoid millionaire losses in the sector.
This tool of the IPH, is a metal rod which contains all these applications and measurement systems, its length is 1500 mm and its diameter 50 mm, the weight is approximately 10 kg. The borehole deviation meter is installed either on the floor of the gallery to take data from there or on the roof of a certain room in the mine, with the help of the SIDAL carrier system, which is based on a lance Special telescopic which works with motor system with battery power, this makes the measurement much more productive, safe and effective.
The entire system can be operated by one or two people, it is transportable in the box of a van and easily mountable. The measurement control is automatic and can be operated remotely. In addition, the design has been designed to ensure maximum ergonomics and worker safety.
On the other hand, the data collected is collected in a web platform system called BH-Analytics, also developed by IPH, where the user visualizes, extracts comparative statistics and conclusions to finally make appropriate decisions.
“This reaffirms IPH’s commitment to technological innovation and progress in the activity, that is what really sets us apart.”