Support-Setting Device

Support-Setting Device

Support-setting devices are deployed with roadheaders for the installation of steel arches when excavating underground roadways. These devices perform the setting of one or two roof bars or a support (with props retracted).

Generally three criteria are fulfilled by the deployment of support-setting devices: Improved safety at the roadhead, labour savings during roadheader operations and improved performance and thus reduced costs of roadheader operations.

GTA has developed two types of support-setting device that differ in terms of size and design.


Support-Setting Device TS 2500

Ausbausetzvorrichtung TS 2500The TS 2500 Support-Setting Device is suspended from and travels on an overhead I 140 E rail and has been approved by the regional chief mines inspectorate as a mechanical forepoling device. The machine is used for support installation purposes in roadheader operations.

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Support Setting Device AMG 5001/5002

Ausbausetzvorrichtung AMG 5001

The AMG 5001/5002 Support-Setting Device is suspended from and travels on an overhead I 140 E rail and has been approved by the regional chief mines inspectorate as a mechanical forepoling device. The machine is used for support installation purposes in roadheader operations. The AMG 5001 is designed for the installation of a single steel arch, whereas the AMG 5002 permits the simultaneous setting of two steel arches.

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