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Sandvik’s QI341 is a versatile and easy to transport impactor.

Versatile horizontal shaft impactor

The QI341 Prisec horizontal shaft impactor from Sandvik can be configured for both primary and secondary applications. Read more »
The LT220D combines the power of Metso’s cone crusher and screen in one easily transportable unit.

Mobile cone crusher and screen in one

The Lokotrack LT220D from Metso combines a cone crusher and a screen into a single track-mounted plant. Read more »
The BWSRB200 reduces cyclone wear while producing dry, high-quality product.

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Efficient sand recovery

The Bruce BWSRB200 is an extremely efficient sand recovery machine. Read more »
The 2500 EVT skid-mounted VSI can produce up to 270 metric tons per hour of product.

Versatile VSI for precision crushing

KPI-JCI’s 2500 EVT skid-mounted VSI is an efficient and versatile vertical shaft impact crusher. Read more »
In the past, the Stevens Creek Quarry plant had to be shut down for the settling pond to be cleaned out.

Sorting out settling pond problems once and for all

A US quarry operation has worked closely with a sand processing specialist to finally address the ongoing problem of laboriously draining and cleaning out its settling pond to remove excess slurry. Read more »
Innovation has been the biggest factor in productivity improvements for the Australian oil and gas industry.

Raising productivity: What’s the solution?

Business and industry groups have long lamented Australia’s declining productivity performance. As John Steen argues, the key to restoring productivity is improvising and innovating. Read more »
As the shortage of construction sands continues to become more acute, the use and specification of manufactured sands has become vitally important to meet the growing demand for quality aggregates.

Preventing ASR in the management of concrete

Michael van Koeverden discusses how new forms of laboratory testing are being employed to make manufactured sands and other construction materials less reactive in concrete applications. Read more »


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