Having real-time data and detailed information about the rock breaking operation on-hand is tried and tested way to cut downtime, proactively maintain equipment to avoid costly repairs and to improve the overall efficiency of operation. That is why Rammer developed the RD3 monitoring device for hydraulic rockbreakers.
Rammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology, was the first on the market to add remote monitoring system for hydraulic rockbreakers and recently achieved a milestone of having globally over 3,000 rockbreakers equipped with Rammer RD3 monitoring device sending data to MyFleet platform.
Reaching this milestone only one year after the launch demonstrates how customers have embraced the new technology that allows them to track and monitor their rockbreaker usage without the need to go to site to collect data.
The RD3 monitoring device is attached to the rockbreaker pinpointing the exact location of the equipment and reporting back to the customer detailed information about the rock breaking operation in real time via cloud based My Fleet platform.
“Operationally, RD3 provides the information that businesses need to get the very best from their rockbreakers. With hundreds of rockbreakers already connected to MyFleet our Australian customers can simply log into the MyFleet platform to see all the data on operating hours, how the rockbreaker is being operated and required service intervals helping them manage service periods and minimize machinery downtime by scheduling maintenance during times of least impact on production,” David Scurr, Territory manager – India, Middle East, CIS & APAC at Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology said.
RD3 is a standard feature on all Rammer Excellence Line rockbreakers, it is also available as an option for Rammer Performance Line and as retrofit-kit for older Rammer rockbreakers.
For more information contact authorised Rammer dealer.
VIC/TAS: Walkers Hammers
NSW: Ground Tec Equipment
QLD: QLD Rockbreakers
SA/NT: Renex Equipment