ATLAS COPCO DRILLING SOLUTIONS Workshop on Technology Development & Mechanisations of Mines 20th Jan 2015 IHC, New Delhi COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTIVITY We stand by our responsibilities towards our customers, towards the environment and the people around us. We make performance stand a test of time. This is what we call – Sustainable Productivity. 3 FACTS IN BRIEF Established 1873 in Stockholm, Sweden Four focused business areas Global presence Customers in more than 180 countries Employees 40 200 in 90 countries Annual revenues 2013 BSEK 84 (BEUR 9.7) February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation Compressor Technique Industrial Technique Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Construction Technique 4 FIRST IN MIND—FIRST IN CHOICE ® Interaction Innovation February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation Commitment 5 LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTIVITY February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 6 A LEADING INDUSTRIAL PROVIDER 7% 5% 23% 26% 28% 11% February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 7 CUSTOMERS EVERYWHERE 32% Europe North 20% America Asia/ 27% Australia Africa/ 11% Middle East South 10% America February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 8 SUPPORTING A WIDE VARIETY OF INDUSTRIES 15% 40% 34% 11% February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 9 A STRONG BRAND PORTFOLIO February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 10 CUSTOMER-FOCUSED STRUCTURE Board of Directors President and CEO Group Management and corporate functions Compressor Technique Industrial Technique Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Construction Technique Compressor Technique Service Industrial Technique Service Mining and Rock Excavation Service Construction Technique Service Industrial Air MVI Tools and Assembly Systems Underground Rock Excavation Specialty Rental Oil-free Air Surface and Exploration Drilling Portable Energy Vacuum Solutions General Industry Tools and Assembly Systems Drilling Solutions Road Construction Equipment Gas and Process Chicago Pneumatic Tools Rock Drilling Tools Construction Tools Quality Air Rocktec Airtec Common service providers February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation 11 MINING AND ROCK EXCAVATION TECHNIQUE Drilling Solutions is one of six Atlas Copco companies in this business area – the only company in the business area with it’s headquarters located outside of Sweden. February 24, 2014 Atlas Copco Group Presentation HISTORY OF ATLAS COPCO DRILLING SOLUTIONS DRILLING SOLUTIONS FACTORY – GARLAND, TX USA ADS AROUND THE WORLD ADS Garland ADS Nashik ADS Nanjing 14 ATLAS COPCO DRILLING SOLUTIONS Product range and applications Blasthole drilling 15 Water well drilling Oil & Gas drilling ROCK DRILLING METHODS Hole diameters from 7/8” up tp 16” 16 BLASTHOLE DRILLING in open pit mining Drilling methods – Rotary drilling – Down The Hole (DTH) – PARD method Hole diameter range 4 – 16 inch Weight on bit 25,000 – 125,000 lb Rig size (weight) 60,000 – 415,000 lb Aitik copper mine, Sweden 17 BLASTHOLE DRILLING Applications 18 PIT VIPER SERIES PIT VIPER SERIES ROTARY BLASTHOLE CONTROL SYSTEMS 21 RCS BASIC REPLACES ELECTRIC JOYSTICKS 22 RCS BASIC Hardware providing power to control system Input / Output hardware to connect sensors and actuators Sensors and actuators Display hardware to provide an up to date operator interface Software for realisation of the basic control functions Software providing optional functions 23 RCS KEY PROPERTIES PC-hardware based Distributed CAN-bus based Rugged Modular – Adaptable from 4 boom Boomers to “small” LHDs to large diameter surface drill Common Base software platform Distributed code loading Communication interfaces Interlocks for safety and equipment health Customer Benefits – One automation platform – Flexible automation – Improved control 24 ATLAS COPCO TECHNOLOGY Rig Control System (RCS) Products 25 RCS COMPONENTS: CONFIDENCE + STANDARDIZATION Sensors, Actuators, & Control Devices I/O Module CAN Cable Operators Station Inclinometer Pressure & Temp Sensors Simplicity: Cable Standardized Familiarity Management Strategically Placed “Eyes and Ears” Complete Control Built For the Elements: Ruggedized Control,Full Sense, and IP 67 Rated Awareness Robust Report Troubleshooting Signals Proximity Sensors Video Actuations RCS BASIC CAN Bus Infrastructure – Utilizes a Central Computer with a network of electronic modules – Hydraulic valves are electrically controlled, but the electrical signal comes from the PC’s input/outputmodules via the software in the PC and not directly from the operator’s panel. 27 I/O Modules mounted to the valve stand on the PV-351 RCS BASIC Manual control and instrumentation common across Atlas Copco machines. 28 GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE Multi Language Support Built in Diagnostic System Different Levels of Access Menu Based Settings 29 RCS BASIC Integrated touch screen computer into operator's pod with multi-function controllers, digital gauges that displays drill information. 30 RCS BASIC Digital View of – Head Position on Tower – Total Drilled Depth – Hole Depth Indicator – Target Depth with Alarm – Rod in Hole Lockout – Hole Number Counter 31 RCS BASIC Digital View of Electronic Gauges – Rotation Speed – Pulldown Force & Pressure – Rotation Torque & Pressure – Bit Air and Tank Pressure – Penetration Rate – Water Pump Output (%) & Flow – Air Flow Output (%) – Bubble level 32 RCS BASIC Digital View with interlocks – Carousel Position (Stowed) – Breakout Wrench Position – Rod Support Position – Angle Pins Status (Locked or Unlocked) – Vertical Pins Status (Locked or Unlocked) – Struts Status (Locked or Unlocked) – Jack Status (Retracted, On Ground, and Unknown 33 RCS BASIC Built-in support system for diagnostics and troubleshooting. – Different Levels of Access – Actuator Calibration – Fault/Event Logging – Digital / Analog Signal Status 34 RCS ADVANCED OPTIONS/AUTOMATED BLASTHOLE DRILLING Safer Operations Productive Drilling Precision Drilling Effective Data Management Ease of Integration The RCS technology platform Safety interlocks Autolevel/Autodelevel Autodrilling GPS hole navigation Rig remote access & communications Measure while drilling Teleremote operations Autotramming Autonomous Pit Viper operations 35 – Our technology and automation program made big leaps this year with one Pit Viper running fully autonomous since March in iron ore with 90% availability, 10% improved productivity, and 20% improved bit life when compared to units operating with people on board. CI THROUGH AUTOMATION SEGMENTS Onboard Automation Teleremote Automation Under Development Fully Autonomous Data - Desktop Viewer: remote troubleshooting/SA capability - Surface/Underground Manager: Production reporting tools as well as drill plan creation and logging Control - Auto Drill : pen rate performance (m/shift) - Auto Level: reduced time to level at each hole (production time) - HPGPS: holes located to plan (Hole accuracy & speed between holes) - Transition towards autonomous operation - Remote Operation Center or office operation opportunity to utilize wireless network prior to autonomous operation - 1 to many: Safety, QOL, efficiency - Multiple machines, multiple work orders – Equipment interacts to achieve high level of efficiency -Equipment executes according to plan with minimal human interaction - Increased productivity and utilization - Continue to realize automation opportunities with goal to improve overall utilization of multiple drills “To be successful, automated equipment cannot be considered special or unique within the mine operation” REMOTE OPERATIONS: CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT 3 DATA AREAS Pit Viper Reporting (Surface Manager) 38 3rd Party Standardized Communication Real Time Viewing (Desktop Viewer) DATA MODEL Common Communications Interface Centralized Data Collection A B Mine (W)LAN Integration PV Reporting C Real Time Viewing Third Party Interface D FUTURE Near Future What if… SINGLE-PASS DRILLING Advantages No carousel to maintain Less maintenance on primary and auxiliary breakout wrenches Eliminate adding and racking rods Saves up to 3 minutes per connection Much more productive in soft material 41 42 WHY ROTARY? LONGER TOWERS Large platforms can support 30m length, 40 ton towers Enables drilling of truck/shovel benches in one pass 600 550 Overall Production Rate (ft/hr) 500 450 400 350 300 30' Multi-Pass Rotary 250 Single-Pass Rotary 13' Crawler 200 150 100 - 20 40 60 80 100 Drill Depth (ft) 120 140 160 43 SINGLE-PASS DEPTH CLUTCH Patent Pending Hydraulically Operated Automatic Wet Clutch Automatically Disengages the Air Compressor from the Engine when the Air is shut off. The Compressor typically consumes 30% of its rated power at Standby Clutch removes parasitic Engine loads at Start-Up since the Compressor is not engaged, therefore it decreases Engine Load and increases Engine Life The Compressor Hour Meter only runs when the clutch is engaged – this allows for the service to be based on actual Compressor Hours used and not Engine Hours 44 EARS(ELECTRONIC AIR REGULATION SYSTEM) PV-270 SERIES BLASTHOLE DRILL PV-271 Tower Options PV-271 - 55’ (16.7 m) Single-Pass Depth plus 2 - Rod Changer for 25’ rods yielding a total depth of 105’ PV-275 Tower Options 46 PV-275 - 195’ Multi-Pass with 4-Rod Carousel for 40’ Rods PV-270 SERIES Tower Options – 55’ (16.7 m) Single-Pass Depth plus 2-Rod Changer for 25’ Rods [PV-271] – 195’ Multi-Pass with 4-Rod Carousel for 40’ Rods [PV-275] Engine Options – Caterpillar C27 (Tier II) - 800 HP (597 kw) – Cummins QSK19 (Tier II) - 760 HP (567 kw) – Caterpillar C32 (Tier II) - 950 HP (709 kw) – WEG 6808 Electric motor – 700 HP (522 kw) – WEG 6811 Electric motor – 900 HP (671 kw) Compressor Options – 1900 CFM (53.8 m3/min) @ 110 PSI (758 KPa) Air Compressor – 1450 CFM (41.0 m3/min) @ 350 PSI (2413 KPa) Air Compressor – 2600 CFM (73.6 m3/min) @ 110 PSI (758 KPa) Air Compressor 47 8 X PV 271 are working in India at Reliance, Sasan PV 351 10-5/8” to 16” (270 to 406 mm) Hole Diameter 65’ (19.8 m) Single-Pass Depth 135’ (41.1 m) Maximum Depth 125,000 LB (56,700 kg) Weight on Bit Up to 3800 CFM (107.6 m3/min) Air Compressor Up to 1650 HP (1,119 kW) Diesel Engine or 1400 HP (1,044 kW) Electric Motor Operating Weight – 385,000 lb (175,000 kg) Diesel – 415,000 lb (188,240 kg) Electric 5 X PV 351 are working India with South Eastern Coalfields APPLICATIONS DEEP HOLE Water well Geothermal Shallow oil and Gas Mine dewatering Exploration 49 ATLAS COPCO SERVICE PRODUCTS Atlas Copco provides a number of service agreements, and can also conduct rig audits in the field. 51 COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTIVITY.