The DynaBolter is a semi-automated, single operator, roof-bolter that incorporates impressive features into its innovative design. Whether your mine is looking for a machine that improves safety, increases efficiency, or provides optimal versatility, the DynaBolter is the machine that has your back covered.
Like the mines that use the DynaBolter, safety is of the utmost importance. The DynaBolter provides unsurpassed safety by literally putting the operator in the driver's seat. From the safety of the cabin, the operator is able to control all functions of bolt installation; this keeps the operator away from loose back and the bolters moving mechanical parts.
The DynaBolter's easy to learn controls makes training new operators effortless. This allows employers to maximize the potential of each employee, and minimize the machine's downtime. To create such an easy operating system the DynaBolter uses dual joystick controls along with an on board LCD operation screen to guide the DynaBolter operator while providing real-time diagnostics.
No matter the size of the machine, each model of the DynaBolter has been built with versatility in mind. By providing a low profile chassis, with a boom that can swing around corners, the DynaBolter allows the operator to navigate through restrictive mines with low backs and tight drifts.
Another key feature of the DynaBolter is its multiple-bolt carousel, which helps to improve efficiency and increase safety. Improved efficiency is achieved by decreasing the time needed to reload after each bolt is installed, while safety is improved by allowing operators to install multiple bolts without needing to leave the safety of the cabin.
Automated Epoxy Injection
For mines that require it, the DynaBolter can be equipped with an automated epoxy injection system. Similar to the other functions of the DynaBolter, the epoxy injection system provides the operator the ability to load and inject the epoxy from the cabin of the DynaBolter. To ensure the proper injection of the epoxy, the DynaBolter has a smart check system that requires specific conditions are met before allowing the operator to fire the epoxy. The system includes an arm switch and fire button that prevents accidental discharge of the epoxy.
The DynaBolter's boom uses a cat track for electrical cables and hydraulic hoses to provide added protection for parts and allow for smooth boom operation. Whether it is a head that rotates 90 degrees to create maximum clearance, or boom that stows the head on the back of the chassis, each boom design is mindful of keeping the DynaBolter as versatile as possible.