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Stacker for high capacity stockpiling -

The McCloskey ST100 mobile stacker is ideal for high capacity stockpiling operations.

Combo screen with multiple configurations -

Astec Australia has developed a solution for operators that are finding their screens are causing bottlenecks in their quarry operations.

Ceramic compound extends equipment wear -

Weir Minerals’ WearStop ceramic compound is able to improve the wear life of bulk handling and processing equipment.

Adaptable horizontal shaft impact crushers -

Sandvik’s two newest Prisec 3 horizontal shaft impact crusher models are now available in Australia.

Simple, effective load zone protection -

Flexco’s EZ impact beds have been designed to offer a simple, effective means of protecting the conveyor belt in the load zone.


Celebrating 30 years of Quarry -

After 30 years of continuous publishing, Quarry is recognised as one of the world’s leading industry magazines – not a bad effort at all, given it sprang from a simple newsletter for the IQA’s Victorian branch members.


Disused quarry begins rehab with draining operation -

The owner of a disused quarry that has been earmarked for residential development has kicked off rehabilitation works.

Agitator benefits from new safety feature -

Commercial vehicle manufacturer Iveco has included an important safety feature as part of a series of upgrades it has made to one of its well-established truck ranges.

Quarry operator prepares EIS for proposed expansion -

A quarry operator has started surveying roads around the site as it prepares to lodge an environmental impact statement for a proposed expansion project.

Explosives supplier outlines training successes, future goals -

Orica has provided an outline of its shotfirer training program in its recently released sustainability report, along with details of its sustainability priorities and an update on its implementation of site-level environmental management plans.

Ancient Roman mortar formula to improve modern concrete -

So, what did the Romans ever do for us? Well, the mortar used in ancient Roman monuments could hold the key to developing more resilient and environmentally-friendly concrete, according to new research.

Submersible pumps offer savings for quarry operators -

A local supplier backed up by Japanese expertise and ingenuity is offering a range of economical, submersible pumps for quarry operators. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

Productivity vs prosperity: Balancing the scales -

Can we raise Australia's productivity without impacting on the country's prosperity? And what can quarrying learn from other industries with regards to improving productivity? Damian Christie ponders these questions.

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