Underground loaders

Sandvik LH517i Underground LHD

Sandvik offers a wide range of loaders for hard rock mining applications. The underground loader offering includes latest technology with intelligence, connectivity and digital solutions, as well as robust, strong and capable loaders for demanding conditions. All Sandvik underground loaders are designed to improve safety, productivity and profitability.

Toro™ LH621i is an intelligent and efficient 21 tonne underground loader, belonging to Sandvik Toro™ family.

Sandvik LH517i advanced underground LHD

Toro™ LH517i is an intelligent and efficient 17 tonne underground loader, belonging to Sandvik Toro™ family.

Sandvik Toro LH515i Underground Loader

Toro™ LH515i is a new and compact intelligent 15 tonne loader designed to maximize productivity.

Sandvik LH514 Underground loader

Sandvik LH514 is a compact automation-ready underground loader that has earned a reputation as a preferred loader in the industry. This combination of underground loader and underground hauler offers a 14-metric-ton capacity and excellent operator ergonomics as well as uninterrupted high productivity with low cost per loaded tonne.

With its 10 tonne payload capacity, Toro™ LH410 from Sandvik offers best in class production performance and superior lift height for easy truck loading.

Toro™ LH307 Underground loader features the best-in-class performance, thanks to advanced powertrain technology, smart boom geometry for fast bucket filling and a payload capacity of seven tonnes.

Sandvik LH203 underground loader

Sandvik LH203 is a compact and lightweight narrow-vein loader designed for underground mining. It features a tramming capacity of 3.5 metric tons and a best-in-class payload-to-own-weight ratio.

Sandvik LH202 is a new compact and lightweight 3-metric-ton-capacity Load Haul Dump (LHD) for narrow vein mining. Best payload to own weight ratio in its class. It offers both reduced dilution, better flexibility and operator safety when working in narrow vein operations.

LOADER IN THE LABYRINTH

After 20 years of self-driving in underground mines, we put our autonomous loader to the ultimate test — navigating a glass labyrinth with no driver. Will things come crashing down?

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