Mining

Electric rope shovels

Helping you move more material in tough surface mining environments at a low cost per ton, P&H electric rope shovels are engineered for quality and toughness, alongside advances, such as state-of-the-art structural designs and electrical control systems.

Operator running P&H electric rope shovel
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1900XPC

  • Nominal payload 18 mt 20 st
  • Dipper capacity 11 m3 14 yd3
  • Production 1 348 - 1 797 MTPH 1,486 - 1,981 TPH
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2300XPC AC

  • Nominal payload 45 mt 50 st
  • Dipper capacity 18 - 25 m3 24 - 33 yd3
  • Production 3 365 - 4 488 MTPH 3,710 - 4,947 TPH
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2800XPC

  • Nominal payload 59 mt 65 st
  • Dipper capacity 26.8 - 33.6 m3 35 - 44 yd3
  • Production 5 702 - 7 603 MTPH 6,285 - 8,381 TPH
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4100C AC

  • Nominal payload 72.5 - 82 mt 80 - 90 st
  • Dipper capacity 41 - 49 m3 54 - 64 yd3
  • Production 7 184 - 9 579 MTPH 7,919 - 10,559 TPH
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4100XPC AC-90

  • Nominal payload 73 - 82 mt 80 - 90 st
  • Dipper capacity 42 - 49 m3 54 - 64 yd3
  • Production 7 183 - 9 578 MTPH 7,919 - 10,559 TPH
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4100C BOSS

  • Nominal payload 90.7 mt 100 st
  • Dipper capacity 49 m3 64.0 yd3
  • Production 6 830 - 8 707 MTPH 7,198 - 9,598 TPH

Why an electric rope shovel?

Hear what the benefits and limitations are for an electric rope shovel to know when that’s the best loading option for your operation.
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Surface mining industry

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A family overview of Komatsu's rope shovels

The P&H shovel family brings to bear more than 100 years of expertise in designing and engineering tough, smart loading machines built to pursue the lowest cost/ton operation in the industry.
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