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Australia is said to be the global leader in construction equipment technology adoption.

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Australia hailed ‘world leader’ in construction tech innovation

Australia is the world leader in technology adoption on construction equipment, according to the chief figure of a leading global earthmoving vehicle supplier. Read more »
The LP600 has a weighing capacity of 10 tonnes and accuracy down to one per cent.

Load & Haul
Portable alternative to weighbridges

Wireless and solar-powered wheel weigh pads from AccuWeigh are suitable for vehicle measuring on any flat, solid and stable surface. Read more »
The WA470-7 is designed to improve productivity while lowering the cost of ownership.

Load & Haul
Efficient, powerful wheel loader

Komatsu’s WA470-7 wheel loader has been officially launched in Australia. Read more »
Trimble Loadrite’s InsightHQ web portal helps quarry managers optimise production

Load & Haul
Performance reports at operators’ fingertips

Trimble Loadrite’s InsightHQ quarry management portal enables operators to monitor productivity and influence improvements during the shift. Read more »
The Driver Fatigue Monitor has an illuminated, infrared camera that works day and night.

Load & Haul
Dash cam watches for driver fatigue

LSM Technologies’ Driver Fatigue Monitor combines an easy to install, dash-mounted camera with intelligent video algorithms. Read more »
WesTrac’s rebuild centre at its Tomago, NSW headquarters.

Load & Haul
How reusability saves cash for quarrying operators

A major dealer is harnessing the worldwide data, expertise and “built to be rebuilt” design philosophy of a global manufacturer to evaluate and safely re-use parts when rebuilding both mining and construction equipment components. Read more »
Notice the very tight turn and steep elevation of this haul road.

Load & Haul
Keys to extending tyre life

While quarry operations do pay attention to preserving off-the-road tyres, it is little appreciated that the impact of road surfaces, water, inflation and more can influence tyre performance and wear life and in turn affect the bottom line. Read more »
The L 586 XPower has a standard bucket volume of 6.5m3.

Load & Haul
New gen loaders with ‘X’ appeal

A new large wheel loader series that seeks to increase safety and reliability, raise productivity and reduce fuel consumption has been hailed as an industry “game changer”. Read more »
Perry Resources’ Tuakau sand quarry features a man-made lake on the edge of the Waikato River, from which it draws its sasnd deposits.

Load & Haul
Doing the hard yards on sand

On the banks of the Waikato River, a new wheel loader spends its days hard at work preparing for the quarried sand demands of the New Zealand summer. Read more »
Proper and timely scheduled maintenance will extend the life of equipment and save the owner money over time.

Load & Haul
Predicting, budgeting for ongoing ADT maintenance

Understanding how to maintain an articulated dump truck (ADT) can save downtime and reduce the overall cost of ownership. ADT product specialist Brian Bereika explains how operators can predict expenses, minimise downtime and increase resale value through proper maintenance planning. Read more »
Converting into a tool carrier with high efficiency attachments not only allows significant savings on fuel consumption but increases the lifespan of the excavator components.

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Transforming an excavator into a surface drill

A renowned international manufacturer and supplier is offering versatile and efficient solutions to the quarry industry for all drill and blast, extraction and secondary breaking (block splitting) requirements. Read more »
SOL Quarries’ newly purchased WA480-6 wheel loaders at Yaldhurst Quarry, with the BR380JG-1 jaw crusher.

Crushing
Aggregates business kicks goals in reconstruction program

A New Zealand aggregates company is landing plenty of tries (in rugby terms) in earthquake-affected Christchurch – and not just because it counts a former All Black amongst its shareholders. Read more »


 


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