Compact drill for coring RC and RAB drilling

first_imgDando attended the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention again this year and reported “that there was some renewed confidence this year. “This optimism was reflected in the number of visitors to the Dando stand and strong enquiries for the Terrier on display and other models in Dando’s mineral exploration range. The interest of many prospectors at the show reconfirmed that miners currently require smaller, more compact mineral drilling rigs for exploration work.” Dando has sought to address this need with the rotary and angle-drilling Terrier models and the mid-sized Multitec 4000 (seen here in Panama). Based on requests at PDAC and from existing customers the Dando design department “will now set their sights on a new, compact model specifically geared toward coring, RC and RAB drilling in the 100-150 m range,” the company states.last_img read more

DHB Cup Round 2 Adio VfL Gummersbach

Last two times participant at DHB “Lufthansa Final Four” tournament, Vfl Gummersbach lost match of second round in Balingen 33:36 (27:27) after extra time. Specialists for Cup competition (VFL won Cup EHF and Cup Winners Cup in a row) unexpectingly were defeated, but that isn’t only defeat of favorites in early stage of DHB Cup. HSG Wetzlar suffered disaster as a visitor against TuSpo Obernburg 25:33 and also, TV Großwallstadt as third team from First Handball Bundesliga finished participation in DHB Cup after defeat against TV Korschenbroich 24:25.VfL Gummersbach: Geoffroy Krantz (2), Adrian Wagner (3), Christoph Schindler (1), Drago Vukovic (3), Igor Anic (4), Patrick Wiencek (3), Jonathan Eisenkrätzer (1), Josip Valcic (4), Adrian Pfahl (11/7), Vedran Zrnic (1)HBW Balingen-Weilstetten: Felix Lobedank (2), Benjamin Herth (6), Dennis Willke (3/1), Frank Ettwein (5), Roland Schillinger (4), Wolfgang Strobel (2), Vladimir Temelkov (5/4), Jens Bürkle (3), Johan Boisedu (3), Sascha Illitsch (3)Tuesday (Round 2 – DHB Cup)TuSEM Essen – SC Magdeburg 26:37 (11:16)HSG Ahlen-Hamm Youngst. – HSG Nordhorn-Lingen 33:39 (19:22)Wilhelmshavener HV – TBV Lemgo 23:34 (12:17)TuSpo Obernburg – HSG Wetzlar 33:25 (13:14)TV Korschenbroich – TV Großwallstadt 25:24 (12:10)HBW Balingen-Weilstetten – VfL Gummersbach 36:33 n.V. (14:15, 27:27)TuS Esingen – VfL Bad Schwartau 11:44 (6:22)Photo: oberberg-aktuell.de ← Previous Story Boris Denič substitute for Serdarusic in Celje PL Next Story → EHF CL 2010/11 began – Historical win for HC Sankt Petersburg read more