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New Products

Tracked HSI designed for rigorous crushing -

The versatile 1412T model is a large capacity horizontal shaft impactor from Tesab, suitable for secondary crushing applications.

Portable alternative to weighbridges -

Wireless and solar-powered wheel weigh pads from AccuWeigh are suitable for vehicle measuring on any flat, solid and stable surface.

Specially designed lining protects against wear -

Rudex’s hot vulcanised ceramic pulley lagging provides increased grip between the conveyor pulley and belt.

Double/triple-deck screen with options -

The Anaconda SR514 works as either a 4.3m x 1.5m double- or triple-deck screen.

New system simplifies fastening process -

A new fastening system for Metso C-series jaw crushers simplifies the tightening of jaw dies, reducing downtime.

In-Depth

Peppertree quarry a ‘generational investment’ -

In 2014 Boral commissioned an advanced processing plant for Peppertree Quarry, south of Sydney. This facility – featuring crushers, screens, conveyors and processing systems – has set new benchmarks in environmental management, safety, production and quality. Subscription required.

News

Planning alterations approved at Boral quarry -

A state of the art quarry operation is set to increase its output after modifications to its planning permission were given the green light.

Quarry rehab gets environmental green light -

Excavated materials from tunnelling on a major road project will soon be relocated to a disused quarry after final environmental approvals were granted.

Developer to transform former quarry into housing -

A housing redevelopment project at a former quarry has moved one step closer after the site was sold to a developer.

Mobile plant company gains Australian Made tag -

An extractive industry equipment manufacturer will be able to sport the famous kangaroo logo on some of its products after they gained Australian Made certification.

Elves blamed for mishaps after road clearing work -

A sacred rock in Iceland that highway workers had buried in debris from a mudslide had to be unearthed after it purportedly angered a race of mythical elves.

Aggregates business kicks goals in reconstruction program -

A New Zealand aggregates company is landing plenty of tries (in rugby terms) in earthquake-affected Christchurch – and not just because it counts a former All Black amongst its shareholders. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

Teamwork key to reaching the century mark -

Editor Damian Christie looks back over his past 100 issues of Quarry magazine.

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Friday, 30 September, 2016 01:16am
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