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New Products

Excavator with focus on fuel efficiency, safety -

Tutt Bryant has introduced Sumitomo’s SH480LHD-6 48-tonne excavator to the Australian market.

Truck-tipping prevention -

Enmin’s truck vibrator offers a simple, inexpensive solution to prevent dangerous truck tipping accidents.

Heavy-duty filter press -

TH Minerals filter presses, available from GBL Process, help quarry operators safely remove slimes and silts from their operations.

Metal separator for high quality product -

The BlueMac mobile all metal separator is ideal for cleaning up aggregates and recycled concrete for higher quality product.

Upgrade to tracked impact crusher -

Striker has made a series of upgrades to its HMR1312 tracked impactor.

In-Depth

Setting the tone for infrastructure building -

The 58th IQA national conference was held in Adelaide, the “City of Churches”, from Wednesday 14 to Saturday 17 October, with over 400 delegates in attendance. Andrew Wilson reports.

News

Hanson to rebrand Rocla quarries -

The number of Hanson-branded sites across Australia is set to increase following the company’s recent acquisition of a quarrying business.

Proposals invited for council quarry -

A local council that is reviewing one of its quarries has called for expressions of interest ranging from a new plant lease to the sale of the business.

Report suggests opportunity in declining yellow goods -

A new report indicates that the underutilisation and subsequent fall in value of equipment in the mining sector could present a “once in a lifetime” opportunity for operators seeking to build their load and haul fleet.

Acquisition expands screen media range -

A local screen media provider has acquired an international supplier’s competing business, allowing it to offer a wider range of products to the Australian quarrying industry.

Limestone quarry’s second life -

A former quarry that is now used for performing arts and other local events once played a prominent role in the development of a major Australian city.

Widespread wet options in mobile washing plants -

A supplier of traditional mobile plant and equipment recently profiled its fleet of washing plants for the processing of sand products. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

Back to the Future – it’s closer than you think -

UAVs, videoconferencing, advanced eyeglasses, biofuels, urban planning ... As Damian Christie writes, the Back to the Future film trilogy at least got those right in its portrayal of the future ...

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