Copiapo Mining Accident: San Jose Mine, Schramm T130XD, Map and News

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Explore the geometry of San Jose copper-gold Mine, Copiapo, Chile through detailed Google satellite imagery. To Pan: click and drag the map. Take advantage of the search and zoom bars.

San Jose Copper-Gold Mine, Copiapo, Chile
On August 5, 2010, the roof of the San José copper-gold mine collapsed, leaving 33 miners trapped underground. The miners have set a world record for the length of time workers have survived trapped underground after a mining accident. The San José Mine is about 45 kilometres (28 mi) north of Copiapó, Chile. Source: Wikipedia, Copiapó mining accident.

Schramm T130XD Drilling Rig
The Schramm T130XD is a heavy duty, heavy hoist, carrier mounted drill rig. The T130XD utilizes the latest concepts in mast design and technology. Telescoping construction permits long head travel and working height to allow use of Range III casing, yet short overall length in the transport position. With a front overhang of less than 6 feet, the T130XD will get you to the jobsite when access roads require a compact machine.

Schramm, Inc. is a century-old Chester County, Pennsylvania manufacturer and global supplier to the hydraulic drill industry, focusing on land based applications. Source:




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