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Astec Australia’s GT200DF cone crusher features a hydraulic chamber clearing function.

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.

Customisable mobile cone crusher

Striker’s CM400 offers a vast array of customisable options for the mobile cone crushing market. Read more »
Terex Finlay’s 693+ Spaleck mobile screen uses flip-flow technology.

Mobile Plant
Self-cleaning mobile screen

The Terex Finlay 693+ Spaleck mobile screen is highly flexible and adaptable, allowing it to work with a variety of materials. Read more »
Komatsu Rental is said to be the only OEM-backed rental operator in Australia.

Heavy machinery supplier unveils rental business

An original equipment manufacturer has made its quarrying and construction plant more accessible through a new rental business. Read more »
The FT400DF cone crushing plant self-regulates aggregate flow to protect against overload conditions.

Self-regulating cone crushing plant

Astec Australia’s FT400DF track-mounted cone crushing plant has been designed to deliver efficient material sizing. Read more »
The Sandvik QH331 cone crusher – functional and accessible.

Multi-configuration cone crusher

The Sandvik QH331 mobile cone crusher has been described as one of the most versatile on the market. Read more »
Komatsu’s mobile equipment will be fitted with fire suppression systems at the assembly stage.

‘Industry first’ partnership improves fire safety

In what has been described as an industry first, two suppliers to the quarry industry have partnered to provide mobile equipment with pre-installed vehicle fire suppression systems. Read more »
The miners’ program includes on-site work with Metso’s mobile plant and DNA automation system.

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 »


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