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The new Sandvik QJ341 complies with Stage 3B/Tier 4i emission specifications.

Upgraded Sandvik mobile jaw crusher available to Australia

Sandvik has launched a new mobile jaw crusher — the QJ341, an upgrade of the QJ340. Read more »

Quarry 2012 Guide to Mobile Crushing and Screening Equipment

Welcome to Quarry magazine’s 2012 guide to mobile crushing and screening equipment!

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Automation in Australian mining is worthwhile according to a BAEconomics report commissioned by Rio Tinto.

BAEconomics report puts Rio Tinto on autopilot

A more automated future for Australian mining should prove to be of substantial benefit on many fronts, according to a recent BAEconomics report commissioned by Rio Tinto. Read more »
Figure 1. The cost of energy is ever increasing.

Achieving energy efficiency in the drill and blast process

To achieve energy efficiency - and ultimately carbon reduction - in the drill and blast process is a matter of continuous trial and error. Olav Kvist explains how it boils down to personnel and the information and tools at their disposal. Read more »
After only 30 metres of excavation work, pipe construction had caught up to development of the trenches at the New Beith Reservoir project.

Precision blasting clears reservoir trench

Choosing blasting over machine excavation can save time and minimise disruption if backed by detailed blast modelling, as James Tiedgen explains. Read more »
The Loadrite L-2180 is designed to provide accurate and consistent results direct from the loader.

Loader scales deliver cost savings for contractor

On-board weighing systems for wheel loaders can improve efficiency and reduce costs, especially for projects that would otherwise require the installation of a mobile weighbridge, according to an earthmoving and civil construction contractor. Read more »
Tegra Australia’s Gundagai operation under water, as of December 2010.

All the rivers run

The last two years have been recognised as some of the worst on record for natural disasters across the globe, not least flooding in Australia. Jim Hankins looks at a regional sand producer that braved the impact of a flood disaster and rebounded back to business. Read more »
The FTS65 can be fed directly with any excavator or wheel loader and can transport the material 20 to 22 metres away with a huge discharge height.

Feeder conveyor adds edge to stacker needs

The advantages of using conveying solutions are well known and extensive. They can save you money, time and improve overall machine efficiency. What is less documented are the further advantages of using a feeder conveyor such as the new Precisionscreen Feeder Tracked Stacker (FTS) range. Read more »
The Telestacker unit is capable of stockpiling at a rate of up to 1000 tph and up to 50,000 tonnes in a 90-degree radial arc.

US made stackers make mark for WA contractor

Western Australian distributor 888 Crushing and Screening Equipment has recently supplied a pair of 42m long x 900mm wide Telestacker conveyor units to Rapid Crushing in Perth. The Telestacker units are manufactured to Australian standards by Superior Industries, a US-based company with a fast growing client base in Australia.  Read more »
The ROK 500 DTH hammer.

DTH hammer for tough drilling

The ROK Series DTH 500 and 500Q are patented 127mm diameter class hammers that accept industry standard drill bits with 12 spline Ingersoll Rand QL5/QL50 shanks. Recommended bit sizes range from 140mm to 152mm (5.5” to 6”).

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Mobile conveying can incorporate a radial stacker for use in stockpile building.

Advances in design technologies in drill, blast and conveying

The use of technology in quarry design is becoming more significant as the process of data collection within quarry operations improves. Carl Morandy and Alan Robertson crystal ball the future for the quarry industry. Read more »
A TC 421R tracked radial stacker and two TC 421 mobile stockpiling and link conveyors.

Overcoming stockpile limitations in mobile operations

The growing trend towards tracked mobile crushing and screening operations has led to operators reviewing their material handling processes. Read more »


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