Mine Master Ltd. in Wilków Poland have been operating under different company names supplying mining equipment to the market for more than 40 years. The company is based at the old “Lena” copper ore mine that closed when the deposit was exhausted in 1972. On these premises the company Zakład Urządzeń Górniczych “Lena” (“Lena” Mining Facilities Works) belonging to the state owned KGHM „Polska Miedź” S.A. copper mines was established and within two years engineers and technicians had constructed their first twin boom pneumatic drilling rig designed for the non-ferrous metal ore mining industry.
Mine Master Ltd is well-known and respected among mining equipment manufacturers. Thanks to many years of being a mining equipment manufacturer and thanks to the years of experience gained through working in the field, we are able to offer proffessional line of underground mining machinery using modern technology designed by our team of highly qualified specialists. We place great effort in creating mining machines and mining eqipment, which is functional, durable and foremost reliable. For this reason our underground mining equipment and mining machinery are increasing in popularity in the mining community over the world.
Component ManufacturerDrilling rigs, bolting rigs
MineMaster GEN III Sweeper Vehicle for Mine Operations
MineMaster R20S Shotcreter Mine Utility Vehicle
MineMaster R20S: Mine Utility Vehicle with Rotating Backhoe and Scraper Blade
MineMaster RTV900 Mine Utility Vehicles and Personnel Carriers
MineMaster Torquematic Mine Utility Vehicles and Personnel Carriers
MineMaster Underground Cable Pusher Vehicle
R20S Mine Utility Vehicles from MineMaster
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