Dosco MK2A type Roadheader YOUR PARTNER FOR ALL ROUND QUALITY AND RELIABILITY 4 3. Machine Description Dosco type MK2A Roadheader A total of 963 type MK2A Roadheaders have been built. Weighing in at under 24 tons this lightweight machine packs in a heavyweight performance.
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Description. Mk2BP Roadheader As a hybrid of the well proven MK2B and LH1300 series of machines with a combined fleet numbering 245 (102 Mk2B and 143 LH1300 produced to-date) the Dosco MK2BP roadheader is a medium duty, track mounted, single boom roadheading machine and has been specifically designed with an ultra low ground pressure of 1.13 kg/cm2.
Antraquip roadheaders are typically used for tunneling (road, railroad, water, sewer) or in the mining industry. For the excavation of shafts, Antraquip suggests its roadheader based shaft sinking equipment provided the UCS of the material to be excavated does not exceed 8,000 psi.
A Dosco roadheader and backup were used last year on BAA's new 1.8km long baggage tunnel at Heathrow Airport, but there have been difficulties in recent years for the business due to the volatility in international markets, especially in the mining sector, which has affected customers' capital spend and therefore Dosc's cashflow.
Dosco LH1300 Roadheader, (64 tons) KAMY is the worldwide leader in manufacturing hydraulic cutters, road headers, tunnel support systems, and other specialized machinery used in the tunneling, mining, and construction industries.
The roadheader does require a greater investment than an excavator with a roadheader attachment. The excavator’s performance, however, is limited because it is dependent on the hydraulic power capabilities of the excavator. Attachments are extremely flexible in large tunnels for scaling, cutting manholes, corners and excessive grouting.
Apr 11, 2014 · A short film of the Dosco Roadheader being demonstrated at our 2012 See How They Run event. These machines were used underground to drive through rock to extend underground roadways and to open ...