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Know How TPMS Helps to Manage Tires of Mining Fleets in Harsh Conditions


In mining industry, heavy equipment such as haul trucks and loaders are used to transport materials over rough terrain. The tires on these vehicles are subject to extreme conditions, such as sharp rocks, uneven terrain, and heavy loads. Ensuring that these tires are properly inflated is essential for maintaining vehicle performance, reducing downtime, and preventing accidents.


Tire-Related Incidents: In the harsh mining environment, tires are subjected to extreme conditions, including rugged terrain, heavy loads, and abrasive materials. Tire failures can lead to vehicle accidents, costly downtime, and maintenance expenses.

Safety Concerns: Tire blowouts or sudden pressure losses in large mining vehicles can pose significant safety risks to both operators and the surrounding workforce.

Operational Efficiency: Downtime due to tire-related incidents or unscheduled maintenance can disrupt mining operations, leading to production losses and increased costs.

Manual Inspection: Monitoring tire pressure in a large fleet of vehicles was time-consuming and costly, as it typically involved manual inspections. This was especially challenging in remote mining sites where access to vehicles was limited.


TPMS Mining


Sensor Installation: Install TPMS sensors on each tire of the mining fleet to continuously monitor tire pressure and temperature in real-time. Receive instant alerts and notifications if any tire deviates from the optimal pressure or temperature range.

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Real-Time Monitoring: During mining operations, the TPMS system continuously monitors tire pressure and temperature. If any tire’s pressure drops below a safe threshold, an alert is triggered and sent to operators, maintenance teams, and fleet managers.

Reports and Charts: The TPMS software offers comprehensive reports and charts allowing for in-depth analysis of tire performance data. Fleet managers can analyze historical data, visualize trends, and make data-driven decisions about tire maintenance and operations.

Scheduled Maintenance: Over time, the TPMS system collects data on tire wear and performance. Fleet Managers use this data for predictive maintenance, scheduling tire rotations or replacements before issues become critical.

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Maintain Optimal Pressure: By using TPMS, mining companies can maintain optimal tire pressure and reduce the risk of accidents and downtime. 

Quick Actions: The real-time monitoring provided by our software can be used by operators to identify potential problems, allowing them to take corrective action before a serious issue occurs.

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