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Screenmasters Australia’s track-mounted 1011S impact crusher is known for its efficiency and user-friendliness.

Crushing
Economic, productive impact crusher

The Keestrack 1011S impactor is fully equipped with numerous options to suit multiple quarrying applications. Read more »
The easy to operate and maintain Scorpion 804 is anticipated to solve many pre-coat issues in remote quarry locations.

Mobile Plant
From reclaimer to pre-coater

Precisionscreen’s Scorpion Reclaimer 804 has been adapted to pre-coat material after de-dusting took place on the 203mm x 1402mm (8’ x 4’) twin-deck-screenbox. Read more »
Leverlink’s Q-series motor base is designed for screen and feeder drive applications.

Conveying
Stored energy motor base

A productive and economical stored energy motor base has been specifically designed for the quarrying industry. Read more »
Double Arrow’s conveyor belt range includes multi-ply, steel, feeder and impact resistant belts.

Conveying
Diverse use, conveyor belt solutions

Double Arrow’s multi-ply conveyor belts are capable of handling heavy load material transportation, and are offered in a wide range of fit for purpose designs for the quarrying industry. Read more »
Onetrak has been appointed the new Australian dealer for Striker mobile crushers and screens, including the JQ1060 jaw crusher.

News
Mobile manufacturer appoints new national distributor

A supplier that specialises in earthmoving equipment for the extractive and construction industries has been appointed the new Australian dealer for mobile plant manufacturer Striker. Read more »
  A typical cross-section of the track structure, including the ballast, capping and structural fill materials required for the Inland Rail project.

Plant & Equipment
Ambitious rail project could create new opportunities

The Inland Rail project – which takes in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs – could change the way quarries in eastern Australia transport their aggregates. Read more »


 


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