Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Case Study: Optimising Payload Performance

Case Study: Optimising Payload Performance

Payload management plays a large role in meeting production requirements and keeping a fleet operating efficiently. Poor payload management, has a direct impact on productivity. Overloading beyond payload limits risks machine durability, whereas underloading introduces severe production losses.

The purpose of this study was to assess operational payload performance on a site that had recently implemented iVolve’s Load Assist capability.
A baseline level of payload performance was recorded prior to iVolve implementation.

Once operators and management were properly trained, data was collected over a two-month period tracking the improvements made in payload management.

The site used Liebherr 9350’s loading 789C’s with overburden material and, to be included in the study, required to have a count of more than 10 loads in a shift.

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