The L-MUVA Project was established in the late 80’s, with a mission to develop a safe, innovative, versatile and mobile work platform for a variety of mine personnel that would be rugged and reliable in the mining environment.
Today the strongest and most consistent, low maintenance underground general service vehicle has been designed, constructed and trialled with a life expectancy to reach up to 10 years.
The L’MUVA has low operational costs, is durable and has modern advancement, with the capability of running autonomously throughout underground mine site.
Engineers aspired to design a machine that could be easily located, dependable, accessible and maintained, anywhere, anytime.
Therefore the machine was designed with materials that frequent mine sites, also allowing for easy maintenance.
Despite its trifling structure, models can be adapted to be self-contained, pressurised mine refuges that can be easily primed within ten minutes with a capacity of up to eight tonnes of equipment, men and supplies.
The engine, drive and control components are easily obtainable from many of the main supply companies whereby existing relationships and support for services and repairs are already available.
Modern L-MUVA models endures six-wheel or eight-wheel drive, providing efficient weight carrying capabilities and an innovative equipment platform for underground that four-wheel drive is unable to accomplish.
The L-MUVA is a safer, more efficient, durable, Manoeuvrable and cost effective machine.
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