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Locker Group’s cross-tensioned rubber screens are better suited to high frequency screening.

Maintenance Products
Cross-tensioned rubber screens

If you are changing screens more often than you think, it is necessary consider a cross-tensioned rubber screen. Read more »
A close up of the the OptimumWire high tensile wire.

Maintenance Products
Ductility, hardness and tensile strength

Screening solutions are more durable with the use of OptimumWire high tensile wire. Read more »
The John Deere 844K wheel loader has up to six per cent more full-turn tip load capacity.

Load & Haul
John Deere 844K wheel loader

For serious productivity, John Deere’s big 844K Series II wheel loader will do the job. Read more »
Belt weighers deliver accurate, reliable flow rates.

New Products
Single and multi weighing belt options

Active Weighing Solutions belt weighers come in single idler and multi idler configurations. Read more »
The K-Eraser primary belt cleaner can be mounted in tight areas.

Conveying
Primary and secondary belt cleaners

The K-Eraser primary and Super G secondary belt cleaners are specifically designed for ease of maintenance. Read more »
A Volvo engineer has enabled the company to meet Tier 4 standards early.

News
Volvo on track for prestigious innovation award

An invention by a Volvo engineer to help the company meet the Tier 4 Final legislation has been shortlisted in the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards. Read more »
The eighth annual Safe Work Australia Week was held from 21 to 27 October.

News
Workplace accident kicks off safety week

Bill Shorten, the Federal Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, raised awareness last week for National Safe Work Australia Week as a workplace accident sent two to hospital. Read more »
Did the moais walk or roll? Picture courtesy Radio Prague.

News
Long walk for Easter Island statues

Easter Island’s massive stone statues were walked into place, according to archaeologists who have demonstrated the feat with a 4.4 tonne model of one of the statues. Read more »
Changing wear liners is safer and easier using Mangasafe.

Crushing
Safety lift for liners

Crushing Equipment wear liners are all manufactured with engineered holes for the Mangasafe liner lifting tool. Read more »
Curtin University will work with crushed concrete to improve its use as road base.

News
Concrete investigation on recycled roads

Perth councils and businesses have called on Curtin University engineers to improve the use of recycled crushed concrete (RCC) in road building. Read more »
Bowen Axe Quarry is full of ancient Aboriginal tools.

News
Indigenous group regains Axe Quarry

The Mt William axe quarry, near Kilmore, Victoria, is one of two properties recently handed back to the Wurundjeri people by the Australian Government through the Indigenious Land Corporation (ILC). Read more »
Many traditional houses in New York were brick but covered with Portland brownstone. Photo courtesy of Apartment Therapy NY.

News
New York all out of brownstone

Brownstone has a special place in New York, which will be even more special now that the stone is no longer available. Read more »


 


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