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Drill and blast mining is a common method for breaking up ‘benches’ of rock in order to deliver the smaller pieces of ore-bearing rock to a processing plant where the precious ore is separated from the waste rock. Holes are drilled into a portion of rock – either above or below earth – and explosives are deposited in the drill holes, as the name implies.
Depending on the mining process employed, as well as the rock type and hardness, the amount of explosive required varies drastically between mine sites.
The Russia Mining Explosives Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
PhosAgro, a leading global vertically integrated phosphate-based fertiliser producer, has agreed to supply emulsion explosives to PhosAgro subsidiary Apatit through CJSC Orica CIS. Orica’s Russian business won a competitive bidding process for a project at Apatit to begin employing new, safe emulsion explosives for mining activity.
Designing novel blasting technologies that can be employed efficiently in highly severe climatic, mining, and geological circumstances at remote operations is a major task for facilitating the development of the Russian Federation’s Arctic zone.
AZOTTECH Mini-plants: mobile solutions for a quick start-up of explosives production and small facilities offer an alternative to stationary production shops for the production of explosives components in the form of modular points and mobile units (mini-factories) for placement, for example, in mined areas, where research on the feasibility of development and special safety measures for capital construction are required.
Dyno Nobel’s owner, Incitec Pivot Limited, has agreed to buy 100% of the shares in Explinvest, the parent company of the Titanobel Group, a French industrial explosives manufacturer and drilling, blasting, and technical services provider. Dyno Nobel’s existing operations will benefit from Incitec’s entry into new areas, according to the business, which will be able to utilise its premium technology offering through substitution and expansion initiatives.
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