Wolff Mining is claiming a record at Saraji Mine in the Bowen Basin.
They boasted 43,794 drilled metres in November beating the previous record of 41,500dm at the BMA site.
The activity is described as being ‘undertaken in 270mm holes ranging in depth from 30m to 65+m in tertiary material.’
Wolff Mining has been assisting BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) Saraji in a sprint drilling capacity, providing drilling equipment and full contract mining services for the past 16 months.
Wolff Mining currently supplies BMA Saraji with a Cat M6420B Drill with GPS, and provides operational labour such as supervisors, drillers and fitters.
The M6420B is one of Cat’s heavy-duty drills designed for open pit mining, delivering reliable performance and operational safety.
It features available include improved fuel efficiency, electro-hydraulic controls that provide increased operator safety and precision, computer-controlled drilling, enhanced diagnostics and autonomous ready functions.
Wolff Mining, is part of the Gold Coast based National Group.