Project management, detailed engineering, procurement and construction were provided under a turnkey contract to build the 12 million tons per year coal handling, crushing, and storage and loadout facilities for the Belle Ayr Mine of Amax Coal Company. Run-of-mine coal is delivered at a rate of 2,000 TPH to a truck dump / primary crushing station, and conveyed to secondary crushing. The coal is then crushed to a ﬁnal 2"x 0 product, sampled and conveyed to two 12,000-ton storage silos, each conﬁgured to ﬂood load unit trains at a nominal rate of 9,000 TPH. The silos are arranged in-line over the track loading loop. The Belle Ayr Mine was the ﬁrst major, high capacity coal facility constructed in the Power River Basin of Wyoming.
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CIM Convention, Booth 1126
Montreal, QC, May10-13, 2015
Canadian Mining Expo, Booth R6-09
Timmins, ON, May 27-28, 2015