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CME has won two major contracts with BHP to supply a full range of wear plates and liners.

CME wins two BHP contracts

Crushing & Mining Equipment has won a 10-year contract to supply wear liners to BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s Pilbara sites in Western Australia.  Read more »
The IROCK WJC-2644 is a primary crusher for hard rock, concrete, sand, gravel and slag.

Primary crusher on wheels

IROCK Crushers has launched a wheeled jaw crusher, the WJC-2644.

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The RS1500 is ideal for use in quarrying and recycling situations.

Robust roll sizer

Precisionscreen’s new RS1500 robust roll sizer, to be available in July, processes material for a range of applications from recycling to road plainings.  Read more »
Indeco has a range of hydraulic attachments including crusher boom systems.

New breaker distributor for Indeco

Hydraulic breakers and attachments supplier Indeco Australia has appointed Total Connections, a hydraulic hose and fitting supplier and manufacturer, as its distributor in Western Australia. Read more »
Simex crusher buckets are designed to re-use spoil.

Crusher buckets to re-use spoil

The Simex CBE range of crusher buckets crush excess material for immediate re-use on the same site.  Read more »
The Lokotrack LT120 is available in hydraulic or electric versions.

Hydraulic and electric jaw crusher solutions

The Lokotrack LT120 and LT120E are the latest and most advanced in Metso’s range of track-mounted jaw crusher plants. Read more »
Rubber liners absorb the energy from the impacting rock by deformation, then repel it like a spring.

Why rubber makes a good wear liner

There is no one lining material that is suitable for each and every wear application. Most wear liners that perform well in heavy impact applications will generally perform poorly in an abrasive environment. Read more »
Figure 1. A jaw liner lifted with the angle towards the fitting face.

Lifting tools that promote safety first

The last five years has seen the development across the quarrying and mining industries of safe lifting tools for crusher liners. Lew Dilkes explains why these lifting tools are becoming an integral part of the safety regime and reducing previously dangerous practices with liner fittings. Read more »


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