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RAISE DRILLING: Redpath launches new, low-profile Redbore 90

NORTH BAY, Ontario - The Redpath Group is offering a new addition to the Redbore family of raise drills, the Redbore 90. It addresses the growing demand for 4.5- to 5.5-metre-diameter raises up to 600 metres in length. The Redbore 90 offer...



NORTH BAY, Ontario – The Redpath Group is offering a new addition to the Redbore family of raise drills, the Redbore 90. It addresses the growing demand for 4.5- to 5.5-metre-diameter raises up to 600 metres in length. The Redbore 90 offer capacity between the Redbore 70 and the Redbore 100.

Built in North Bay, ON, to serve the global mining industry, Redbore 90 has a considerably lower profile than other raise drills. It goes where they can’t, providing cost savings over using large, expensive underground excavations required by older model raise drills. The new unit is easily dismantled and provides fast, efficient mobilization whether on surface or underground, resulting in savings of time and money to ensure the capabilities of the drill are utilized sooner.

Redpath is proud of its “Built by raise drillers for raise drillers” machines. The Redbore 90 compliments the existing Redbore fleet of drills including the Redbore 40, Redbore 50, Redbore 50MDUR, Redbore 70 and the largest capacity raise drill package in the world – The Redbore 100.

The Redbore 90 is too new to have been added to the Redpath website, www.RedpathMining.com, but it soon will be.


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