Pusac SAC

Pusac - Pusaq - Pusaj - Pusak - Pusax

A Quechua word as means:

Guide for the way
Pilot for the waters
The man who knows the way
The master who knows where to sail
The professional who knows how to do it

- but the word too means the number eight

- 8 -

Heavy Mine Transport is the point of our greatest interest


Company established  04 dec. 2003

Una palabra Quechua que significa:

Guia del camino
Piloto para el paraje
Él que conoce el itinerario
Él que sabe donde navegar
Él que sabe como hacer

- pero la palabra también significa el número ocho

- 8 -

Transporte Pesante de las minas es nuestro interés más grande


by an electric operated train RUC    # 20,508,006,285
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¡ The country stay bad !
- the people suffer unemployment, poverty, need and hunger -

This is a Post-Covid Donation

The economic collapse as aby an electric operated train consequence of the struggle against the pandemic of Covid with its confinement and curfew bring the need to inject economy in the people by generation of employment
- as an alternative to distribution of social assistance to the families -


The fundamental idea is to generate employment for the people.
The company PUSAC recognises their social responsibility and want to donate their Peruvian homeland their project of heavy mine transport.
Railway lines for mine transport bring their own feasibility by the flow from the mines.
The project will serve to generate employment by the construction of a railway for the Peruvian society - to disposal both for mineral transport from the mines - where the mines can offer the needed feasibility for the construction - but the railway too will stay at disposal for public transport, running on the same rails.

Roads and ways of any sort are property of the society and are for EVERYONE!

This project is Free and Gratis for the country of Peru
DONATION of the Railway project
with its indication of rules and key points - with its plan of procedure
with its ultra speedy way of preparation
with its ideal and verified technical solutions
Given to benefit all Peru and the Peruvians
EUR ING Klaus Lynge
Fundado  04 dec. 2003
RUC    # 20,508,006,285
The only problem with this donation is, that until now - December 2021 - we have NOT FOUND any authority nor organisation as show the capacity to receive -
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The DONATION is without any restriction and the procedure and formula is published at the web page: www.pusac.org
- the owner is from now the Peruvian society represented by the central or the regional authorities.

The project is to free disposal and free use of the authorities
We only need that these authorities - elected or not-elected - "catch the ball and play it"

In the same way the project with its plan of development will be given over to the congressmen elected by the regions along the route of the railway.
Mine transport in the land of Peru - is missing
The mines of Region Apurímac are suffering because of missing transport to bring their minerals to the coast
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The same problem exists in other regions as Cajamarca:
missing transport options from the mines to the sea.
Heavy mine transport in countries outside Peru - is prospering
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12-14 trains each day - each train transporting the same as a convoy of 2-300 trucks from Las Bambas mine
cut for A4 paper  
- a problem as we have had 50 years -

Mine Transport

7 minor - but important points

as too the authorities need to know

1): We are talking railways - and not trains

Infrastructure as railways as well as roads, ways, highways and motorways with all their bridges, tunnels, traffic lights and control is tasks of the society to establish, where it is needed - and the infrastructure is for use of all the community
The rolling stock as pullmans, freight cars, box cars, flat cars, tank cars, wagons of any sort as ore wagon together with the hauling equipment as motor wagons and locomotives etc. are property of the transport companies and haulage contractors

2): Railways are for heavy transport and/or intensive flows along an established route

Railways are NOT for common distribution

Klaus Lynge

3): Mine railways

The Mines with their big flow of minerals will guarantee the feasibility for mine railways, because "without flow - no business",
and this reality is too effective for mines.
Therefore, a DIALOG between the mines and the authorities is highly recommended

4): The Route of the railway

The same route from the mines to the coast of the sea is an interregional line, passing regions and important cities.
Therefore it should be a decision of the local authorities assisted by the engineers employed in Ministry of Transport - and not otherwise
In no way it should be a decision of the mines outside their own site of land

5): Production and regeneration of energy

From the beginning we have used a car going down to help hoisting the other - as we had done with the cable car "Fatima" in Barranco
In 1896 the cable car was activated by a hydraulic system, counterbalanced by water tanks as were filled and emptied and permited the two wagons go up and down at same time. Many years after it was electrified - of course
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Especially in the Andean Mountains, with mines in 3000 metres level, is possible to generate power by bring down mineral ore to the coast
Lowering one million tons from 3000 metres (the same for minerals as for water for hydro power stations) is worth 8 gigaWh (Giga Watt/hour)
If a loaded train hold 6 times the weight of an empty, then - theoretically - it can gain 6 times the energy it need to go back uphill - theoretically -
Nevertheless - along the line we will have mechanical and electrical loss due to simple friction and rolling resistance together with electrical transformation loss.
Probably - nobody knows exactly - these loss along ALL way through the mountains will eat up the gained power. No surplus.
Our professional dream is to generate sufficient power lowering minerals to be able to return same train empty to the mine -

6): Trains on mountain rails of today are electrical
They are not diesel, not driven by gasoline nor gas, neither they are burning coal nor dried dung to heat steam
6a): They are electrical because of the regenerative braking = regeneration of energy
6b): They are electrical because of the need for heavy haul - at each wheel
6c): They are electrical because of the zero emission of toxic gases and no greenhouse effect = less harm at the Environment

7): If Peru desire to construct immediately - just now

Peru doesn't need to lose nor waste time by technical self development
All technologies are at disposal somewhere in the World - to buy
There is nothing as hinder the civil society to use a mine railway for own purposes
Great opportunity
for the civil society:
To drive along the railway line.

Civil rail car running on mine rails

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My "grandfather"
- in the time of WW2 -
running his bus on rails
(and burning wood to generate gas)

The hard reality in Peru:
NO railway will be constructed
without active participation by the MINES
+ commitment by the AUTHORITIES
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If the two groups (AUTHORITIES and MINES) not can or not will agree
no train will pass here