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Rapid Dams can assist with the construction of silt and settlement ponds. Source: Richard Law.

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Quarry contractor extends services to construction

A local crushing and screening contractor has expanded its service offering to include construction of quarry facilities. Read more »
Astec Australia’s GT200DF cone crusher features a hydraulic chamber clearing function.

Crushing
Cone with chamber clearing function

Astec Australia’s track-mounted GT200DF cone crushing plant offers a cost-effective, highly productive and mobile option for quarry operators. Read more »
The Striker CM400 can be used as a secondary or tertiary crusher.

Crushing
Customisable mobile cone crusher

Striker’s CM400 offers a vast array of customisable options for the mobile cone crushing market. Read more »
The FT400DF cone crushing plant self-regulates aggregate flow to protect against overload conditions.

Crushing
Self-regulating cone crushing plant

Astec Australia’s FT400DF track-mounted cone crushing plant has been designed to deliver efficient material sizing. Read more »
Metso rock breakers provide a safe way to manage crusher cavity blockages and build-ups.

Attachments
Complete rock breaking solution

Metso rock breakers help quarry operators improve long-term plant production and reduce downtime. Read more »
The Sandvik QH331 cone crusher – functional and accessible.

Crushing
Multi-configuration cone crusher

The Sandvik QH331 mobile cone crusher has been described as one of the most versatile on the market. Read more »
The miners’ program includes on-site work with Metso’s mobile plant and DNA automation system.

Crushing
Future miners train with automated tracked mobiles

The world’s first educational, mobile and fully automated Metso plant for training future miners and crushing contractors can be found in Taivalkoski, northeast Finland. This unique learning environment is made up of three Lokotracks, a Metso DNA automation system with an operator training simulator and Bruno process simulation. Read more »
The wear of the BR380’s jaws after 111 hours of continuous use.

Crushing
Harder, tougher, longer jaw liners

Working in conjunction with its New Zealand dealer Real Steel, Foothills Steel Foundry, a leading supplier of wear parts and custom casting solutions in Australia, has made significant improvements to a client’s Komatsu BR380 jaw crusher, which was processing oversize rock from a gold mine. Read more »
By feeding too large material or  producing too many fines, producers can  damage a crusher and affect throughput production and wear parts’ life.

Crushing
Top ways to improve wear part life

What is the best way to prolong the life of wear parts, specifically horizontal shaft impactor blow bars, jaw dies, vertical shaft impactor parts and cone liners? Read more »
The right chamber design is crucial in achieving consistent end product quality.

Crushing
Quality parts equal more than just manganese

When it comes to maintaining your crushing plant, there is a strong temptation to replace wear parts with the least expensive alternative. A crusher wear solutions expert explains why that thinking is flawed and won’t deliver an improvement to the bottom line. Read more »
With the aid of Scope Engineering, Rocla has installed a new 220 tph wash plant at its Calga Quarry.

Case Studies
Sand operation gains from Australian-made, fixed plant upgrade

A construction materials producer has been able to increase its sand output after a successful collaboration with an Australian supplier to replace its washing circuit. Damian Christie spoke to Rocla’s Angus Richmond and Scope Engineering’s Paul Fletcher about their companies’ partnership. Read more »
Hy-Tec’s maintenance team at Yarrabee Road Quarry.

Case Studies
A better way to loosen the nut: Liner changes made simple

Changing liners on a static crusher has in the past been a hazardous manual task for quarry workers. It was therefore a shock for participatory ergonomics trainer Kylie Newton when she observed that some workers still perform physically demanding tasks that can result in serious, sometimes career-ending injuries. Fortunately, there was a viable solution … Read more »


 


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