Improved Digability, Reduced Vibration in Truck Shovel Operation

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The use of SHA (Signature Hole Analysis) and electronic detonators allowed the mine to dial in optimum timing sequences regardless of the number of holes per delay, resulting in reduced vibration and better digging rates allowing for faster removal of overburden.


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