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Plant & Equipment
MT520 Roadheader

The MT520 roadheader is a 100 tonne class unit based around a range of easily exchangeable modules, allowing the basic machine to be adapted to a wide variety of applications. Read more »

Plant & Equipment
Low-Profile Telestacker Conveyor

This latest 170-foot low-profile TeleStacker conveyor unit with a low level loading hopper is engineered with a 200 kW gen-set unit. Read more »
Capricorn Sandstone Quarries’ Reece Gough and Tamsyn Smith accept the Tom Burns Award from Queensland Premier Anna Bligh.

Industry News
Rockhampton quarry business awarded for export success

Capricorn Sandstone Quarries is recognised at the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards, earning the Tom Burns Award for its exports to China. Read more »
In the Earthmoving Demonstration Arena, buyers will be able to put machinery from Australia’s leading suppliers through their paces and compare brands.

Industry News
New events at ACE 2011

A demonstration of earthmoving equipment and new VIP programe are new additions to the ACE expo in March 2011. Read more »
WWF’s International’s Living Planet Report.

Industry News
New planet needed by 2030, claims WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has warned that carbon pollution and overuse of Earth’s natural resources will leave the human race needing another planet by 2030. Read more »
In an agreement with WWF, Volvo Group has pledged to reduce carbon emissions in all its vehicles – including Mack Trucks – between 2009 and 2013 by 13 million tonnes on the equivalent 2008 models.

Industry News
Volvo partners with WWF to reduce carbon emissions

Volvo pledges to reduce carbon emissions in all its vehicles between 2009 and 2013 by 13 million tonnes on the equivalent 2008 models. Read more »
The height of the spiral tops of the Coldstones Cut is an impressive 427m.

Industry News
Coldstones Cut leaves an impression for the ages

A Yorkshire quarry has been recreated a hilltop into a working piece of art. Read more »
The Hoover Dam’s soaring companion piece is 579 metres long, is supported by the longest arch  (323m high) in the Western Hemisphere and spans the vast chasm above the Colorado River.

Industry News
Hoover Dam by-pass sets new records 75 years on

New bridge provides a soaring companion piece to America’s most famous dam. Read more »
Environmental and political factors have created an increased demand for manufactured sand.

Sand Processing
Artificial sand now a “natural” choice for quarries

Due to government regulation, quarry operators worldwide are ceasing sand extraction in favour of a manufactured alternative. Read more »
Major General Dave Chalmers headed the Australian recovery taskforce in Aceh, Indonesia, after the Boxing Day 2004 tsunami.

CMIC10 an outstanding success

In late October, the IQA and the CCAA collaborated on this year’s Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC 10) on the Gold Coast. Read more »
In a typical two-deck mobile screen set-up, the top deck may utilise a high tensile woven wire mesh screen for scalping and the bottom deck a high tensile or stainless steel piano wire screen for sizing.

Mobile Plant
Fine sand screening in mobile plant

There are several screening media options for both “dry” and “wet” screening. Read more »
Velde Pukk’s newly built stationary plant has known granite reserves of 40 million tonnes. Up in the quarry face, from left, brothers Reidar, Harald and Egil Velde with Sven-Henrik Norman.

Why choose manufactured sand?

Operators are focusing more on high quality manufactured as natural sand and gravel extraction becomes less of an option. Read more »


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