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Ausrocks provides high quality Australian-made gabion solutions for the quarrying industry.

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Gabions offer strength, ease of use

Ausrocks’ gabion cages come with various stone types and are designed for boundary fences, retaining walls and erosion protection. Read more »
CPI offers high quality spare parts and wear parts for the mining and quarrying industries.

Crushing
Quality spare wear parts

Crusher Parts International (CPI) offers a wide range of high quality spare parts for various models of cone crushers. Read more »
Aggregate operators that apply best practices and next generation technology now will experience the long-term benefits of production efficiency, machine productivity and personal safety.

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Industry 4.0: What it means to the aggregates industry

The Industrial Internet of Things is being hailed as the next ‘industrial revolution’. But what is it – and how can it help producers now and into the future? Sören Schramm discusses the exciting possibilities for aggregate operations. Read more »
The LT120 is big enough to handle a 700mm feed but still transportable enough that it doesn’t need to be disassembled for the shift.

Crushing
Contractor addresses demand with crushing solutions

Pro Crush bases its operations in Burleigh, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, and started in 2007 as a local family business. Read more »
Suspended magnets remove large amounts of ferrous materials and can be customised to capture tramp in shallow or deep burden depths.

Crushing
Eliminating tramp metal protects downstream equipment

Removing damaging tramp metal from aggregate processing streams is one of the most important measures taken to not only enhance product purity but protect expensive downstream equipment. Read more »
The new CS550 cone crusher is tested at the testing facility in Sandvik, Sweden (the company’s home town and ‘birthplace’).

Crushing
Secondary stage crusher goes “smarter, super”

Launched at the ConExpo-ConAgg trade show in Las Vegas last month, the high precision CS550 cone crusher is the newest addition to Sandvik’s complete crushing and screening offering. Read more »

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Rebuild results in crusher power savings

When an investment in new equipment is not feasible, a rebuild is an option that can also result in significant improvements. This was the case at Norstone Tau, Norway. Read more »
The Norstone Tau aggregate plant is based near Stavanger, Norway.

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Can an old plant learn new tricks?

If you bought equipment for aggregate production in the 1980s, chances are you now need different options from the equipment. Luckily, there are plant optimisation solutions that can enable an old plant to learn new tricks, to boost productivity and drive down costs. Read more »
Each year, more and more companies send their operators for training to ensure the best performance from their assets.

Crushing
Caring for your cone crusher: A guide to optimising performance

Giles Lambertson explains how a combination of training, maintenance and the right tips can maximise a producer’s cone crusher performance. Read more »


 


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