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Industry Buying Guide
The PYBAR Group provides a comprehensive service offering to the
mining industry through a number of business units including PYBAR
Mining Services as underground mining contractors; HMR Drilling Services
(exploration drilling); and JTMEC (mining electrical). PYBAR has achieved
a position of third largest underground hard rock mining contractor in
Australia by focusing on productivity and the needs of their clients.
With over 800 employees, PYBAR has a strong solutions-based culture
backed by long-standing operational teams, hands-on and experienced
senior management and industry-leading systems in both safety and
PYBAR’s underground mining services include:
Mine development and production
Cablebolting and production drilling
Raiseboring and specialist boxhole boring
Shotcreting and ground support
Plant and equipment hire
Offices: HEAD OFFICE – NSW
02 6361 4499
02 6360 2783
Quarry Mining & Construction
Equipment Pty Ltd
Quarry Mining designs and manufactures hard wearing drilling
consumables. All our products are manufactured using the highest quality
steels, Tungsten Carbide and PCD to ensure the best results are achieved
across a range of drilling conditions.
We specialise in working in consultation with customers to provide
technical information and customise drilling solutions to meet the specific
challenges of the project.
Drilling Consumables for Underground Coal Mines.
Mining, Roof Support, Soft Rock:
R18, R19, R20, R22, R25 and AW rotary extension drilling equipment
including full range of drill rods, wing and reamer bits in all thread and
diameter sizes. Bits, adaptors and roof bolt spanners for all applications can
be manufactured to suit customer specifications.
Percussive Drilling, Tunnelling, Quarrying - Hard Rock:
R25, R32, R38, T38, T45 and T51 left hand percussive extension drilling
equipment: Includes the full range of M/F and drifter rods, button and
ballistic button drill bits in standard and retrac configurations. Couplings
and shank adaptors for all drifter types, bit adaptors and splits sets and
dollies to suit.
Pneumatic Hand Held Rock Drills and Hammers:
Quarry Mining provides sales, hire and servicing of a full range of hand held
Rambors, Rib Drills, Whindy Borers
Percussive Rock Drills and Airlegs
Pumps - full range of sizes.
The Angel Bit
The Angel Bit makes the drilling process safer by eliminating the risk of
entanglement when drilling around mine mesh while maintaining all the
aggressive drilling and flushing efficiencies of the traditional two wing bit.
A design modification to the drilling head ensures the drill will roll off or cut
through the mesh if it comes into contact with it, removing any risk of injury
to the operator.
Quarry Mining Extendable Spanner
This new design makes bolting safer by allowing a completely hands free
situation when using a spanner off a drill rig.
Slim Boy Adaptor
The Slim Boy Adaptor is a lighter weight one piece drive for the direct drive
On site technical advice and customisation of drilling consumables - site
specific trials, audits and reports.
Offices: HEAD OFFICE – NSW
9 / 14 Yangan
02 4966 5028
02 4910 9022
0429 307 182
R&D Technology Pty Ltd
Established in 1993, R&D Technology’s focus has been to satisfy an
ever-growing market demand for specialised electrical engineering and
mechanical products. Our focus on excellence in customer service and
product support has seen us grow to be one of the Hunter’s fastest growing
companies. In 2005, R&D Technology acquired Powerhouse Systems in
Brisbane, thus enabling R&D Technology to add battery chargers and power
conditioning to our growing range of products and services.
Specialist suppliers of electrical products predominantly to mining
Our products and support add value to the following applications:
Conveyor safety equipment
Electronic motor protection
Xtreme range of Steel enclosures - stainless and mild steel even
custom design, IP66, IP67 ratings
3 phase battery chargers.
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