Type: Tratos MTO® ES3, Console-cable reel for the application on excavators in open-cast mining
Tratos & Takraf cooperation
Tratos was pleased to cooperate with Takraf to ensure mining sustainability in Kosovo. The mining industry has embraced the digitization as a generational solution to productivity improvement and profitability
Technology innovation has an important part to play in opening new opportunities for mining to improve efficiencies through tracking assets both upstream and downstream.
The cable reel supplied by Tratos has a 30 kV-cable with a length of 2100 m of flexible and reliable rubber hose cable with a diameter of 70 mm. The reel has an inner diameter of 3 m and a length of 8.5 m.
Type: 18/30 kV TRATOS MTO
Cable diameter: 69 ± 2 mm
Cable weight: 6.84 kg/m
Operation voltage: 30 kV
Travel speed: 9 m/min.
Acceleration time: 5 s
Deceleration time: 5 s
Travel distance:4200 m
TAKRAF Group is committed to environmental and social sustainability in all our business interactions and have adopted a Zero Harm approach under our global safety promise.
They focus on specific areas within the technological chain of mining and minerals processing that are critical for reliable and sustainable operations, as it is here where we best support our clients with innovative solutions that save energy, lower environmental impact and meet or exceed operational requirements.
Takraf is recognized as the world’s leading technology provider when it comes to high-capacity run-of-mine and bulk material handling. Our TAKRAF brand portfolio ranges from overburden removal, to raw material extraction, comminution, conveying, loading/unloading, processing, homogenizing, blending, storage and final loading for onward shipment.
Takraf’s other focus area is liquid/solid separation and wet processing, where we capitalize on our global DELKOR brand and its track record of thousands of successful installations.
Did you know?
Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in February 2008, after years of strained relations between its Serb and mainly Albanian inhabitants.
It has been recognised by the United States and major European Union countries, but Serbia, backed by its powerful ally Russia, refuses to do so, as do most ethnic Serbs inside Kosovo.
After the break-up of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, Serbia responded to separatist pressure from Kosovo by launching a brutal crackdown on the territory’s Albanian population, which was only brought to an end by Nato military intervention in 1999.
Until 2008 the province was administered by the UN. Reconciliation between the majority Albanians, most of whom support independence, and the Serb minority remains elusive.
Tratos is committed to contribute toward achieving Goal 7 of the UN Global Goals to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all, Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Goal 13: Climate Action, GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being, and Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.