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The Metso NW106 jaw crushing plant is highly portable and fast to set-up.

Jaw crushing plant with fast, easy set-up

The Metso NW106 portable jaw crushing plant is designed for fast and simple set-up. Read more »
The Striker HM1312 is built for extreme conditions.

‘Three-in-one’ crushing plant

The Striker HM1312 plant can be operated as a primary, secondary or tertiary crusher. Read more »
Terex, which owns a number of quarrying equipment brands, plans to merge with global lifting company Konecranes.

Merger to expand quarry plant manufacturer’s global reach

A major international quarry plant manufacturer has announced plans to merge with a global lifting equipment supplier – a move that could potentially lead to improvements in locally distributed machinery. Read more »
The AutoJet range offers a variety of options to suit different quarrying applications.

Precise dust control system

The AutoJet range of dust control systems from Spraying Systems Co ensures precise spraying and proper wetting of airborne dust particles. Read more »
The LT120 unit was delivered with features including a rock hammer and boom, and feed hopper extensions.

Serious equipment for a Sirius application

The national dealer for the Metso mobile crusher and screen network has recently worked closely with a resources company to install a new mobile plant to complement its fixed plant operation. Paul Doran reports. Read more »
The new Metso NW series crushing plant promises rapid set-up within a single day.

A full-scale plant for set-up in just 12 hours?

Mining and aggregates industries and flow control business specialist Metso has introduced the new Metso NW Series crushing and screening plant solution to the global market. Read more »
The Sinarsky Quarry has invested more than C2 million ($AUD2.95 million) on new Sandvik crushing and screening plant, and aims to double its aggregates production.

Eastern quarry trials new modular plant

Sandvik Construction recently supplied a Russian quarry with a new modular crushing and screening plant, which will expand the company’s aggregates production to an impressive 1.2 to 1.8 million tonnes per year. Read more »
The Terex MJ47 module was installed at the Hanson Flagstaff Gully Quarry in Lindisfarne, Tasmania, in February this year.

Modular plant with capacity of a large crushing station

The Terex MJ47 modular plant has been designed to meet the needs of a large capacity primary crushing station with minimal civil works, assembly time and cost. Read more »
Crushed aggregate is delivered to a pair of Rocktec Avalanche screens for washing and grading.

Custom solution plant delivers goods for NZ quarry operation

In 2014 Stevenson Resources awarded Rocktec a major contract to design, build and install a new crushing and screening plant at its Drury Quarry in Auckland, New Zealand. Read more »
There are two types of wear in a part – micro-ploughing and micro-cutting.

Wear protection and material selection in plant design

Consideration of materials in the design and specification process for quarrying plant is key to ensuring the most efficient operation and lifetime of the equipment. Ian Cornfoot explains. Read more »
In recent years WEC has been the chosen provider of many major hard rock quarry and sand and gravel projects throughout the UK.

Local supplier offers European advancements to the quarrying industry

One of Australia’s largest industrial engineering solutions providers has partnered with a UK-based turnkey package manufacturer to offer the Australian aggregate and mining industries state of the art plant design concepts. Read more »
Astec’s rental mobile fleet will comprise of new, modern machines and second-hand machines with low hours of use.

Taking the plunge into competitive rental waters

An original equipment manufacturer and specialist supplier of mobile crushing and screening plant and equipment has announced it is taking the proverbial plunge into the competitive waters of the rental equipment market. Damian Christie spoke to Astec Australia’s Jason Tate and Marius Snyman about this exciting development. Read more »


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