With the rapid development of the stone industry, on the premise of ensuring development, the protection of the environment is becoming more and more important. The emergence of diamond beaded ropes has solved this situation very well.

So, what are the advantages of using diamond beaded rope for mining?

The diamond beaded rope is a tool for dismantling products such as stone, mine and concrete steel bars. It is more convenient and simple to install and more flexible to use. Both horizontal and vertical cutting are possible. What are the advantages of flame cutting?

Advantages of mining stone with diamond beaded rope

1. The finished product rate is high and the comprehensive cost is low. The cut surface of the diamond wire is very flat and will not cause any internal damage to the block material. Secondly, the saw gap is small, only about 11mm, which will not cause waste of resources; and flame cutting the cut surface It is rough and uneven, and causes certain internal damage to the block material, and the saw gap is large, generally 100~300mm, which causes a lot of waste of resources, and the mining cost is relatively high.

2. Safe and environmentally friendly, diamond rope mining has no noise and no dust, does not affect nearby residents and other operating surfaces, and has a relatively high degree of automation, separate control, low labor intensity and high safety; while flame cutting noise and dust are very high It will seriously affect the operation of nearby residents and other workers, and the labor intensity of workers is relatively large, and the safety is relatively low.

3. The function is relatively strong, the efficiency is relatively high, the mining depth is relatively deep, and can reach a depth of 10~20m or even deeper, and flame cutting is generally only within 10m; and the cutting speed is relatively fast, which is 2~3 about twice as much.

In addition, the length of the beaded rope is almost unlimited, which enhances its applicability and will play a unique role in some special occasions such as underwater processing and demolition of buildings.