Sandvik’s even more well-drilled DC410Ri

Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology showcases two years’ worth of upgrades on the new remote-controlled Dino DC400Ri surface top hammer drill rig.
Ancillary Equipment / May 18, 2020
Sandvik’s renamed Dino DC410Ri
Sandvik’s renamed Dino DC410Ri remote-controlled surface top hammer drill rig contains two years of upgrades

The upgraded rig, renamed Dino DC410Ri, offers claimed 15% higher tramming power and other smaller but nonetheless important updates for improved mobility, reliability and productivity.

Dino DC410Ri is a major all-round upgrade from its predecessor Dino DC400Ri, originally launched in 2014. A compact machine for 51-76mm hole sizes, Dino DC410Ri continues to offer mobility and stability for contractors tackling cramped urban construction sites, as well as for demanding quarry and infrastructure applications. The remote radio control, 14kW RD414 rock drill, advanced i-series torque control system and up to 18m² coverage area add up to a cost-effective and productive solution for demanding jobs.

The Dino DC410Ri entirely new electrical system responds to challenges with components such as I/O boards. Several mechanical details have been reinforced, including a steel-framed tramming support for the feed beam and ruggedised rod-handler arms.

A range of new options available for Dino DC410Ri creates even more possibilities to customise the rig for various applications. NoiseShield-DC is a simple and compact noise-reduction solution for Dino DC410Ri, offering up to a −7.5 dB reduction in A-weighted sound pressure within a 16-metre radius of the drill rig.

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