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Queensland Premier Campbell Newman (second from right) presents members of Metso’s Process and Technology Innovation team with the Premier’s Minerals and Energy Award.

Australian innovation team wins export award

A supplier’s process technology and innovation team has been recognised for its delivery of innovative technical solutions to the global resources industry. Read more »
The new hybrid technology on the 336E H will significantly improve fuel efficiency.

Load & Haul
Hybrid Cat gets new life

The Cat 336E H excavator equipped with new hybrid hydraulic technology has arrived in Australia. Read more »
Powerscreen’s new Premiertrak 300 crusher can produce 280 tph of crushed material.

Multi-faceted crusher

Powerscreen’s new Premiertrak 300 crusher features a 1000mm x 600mm jaw chamber and can produce 280 tonnes per hour of crushed material. Read more »
The benefits of Heavy Water Dynamic include enhanced ground compaction and minimised erosion of soil.

Dust suppressant solution with a technological edge

A dust solutions company’s polymer surfactant technology is providing a dynamic solution in the suppression of excessive haulage dust and water costs in quarry operations. Read more »
Sources of dust during quarrying include soil and overburden removal, extraction through blasting and general material handing operations.

Mobile Plant
Seeing is believing: Visual dust monitoring

Dust monitoring is often a regulatory requirement for existing or new quarry operations or extensions to operations. Lucy Hodgins explains how visual dust monitoring can provide a cost-effective way for operations to reduce dust emissions and remain in compliance with regulations. Read more »
SMI’s JXT jaw crusher, 4043T impact crusher and Spyder 516T screening plant in action at  Kandahar Air Field.

Crushing in a war zone

When most people think of a work-related road trip, Afghanistan isn’t normally the destination that comes to mind. As Timothy Miller reports, a mobile plant manufacturer has played an instrumental role in meeting the crushing and screening requirements of the US Air Force in one of the world’s hotspots. Read more »
The fully operational Striker Etrac JM1310 jaw crusher in Western Australia’s north.

Electric tracked mobiles make grade in the Asia-Pacific region

Striker Australia’s design and technical team have just completed development of a new range of electric tracked crushing and screening plants. Read more »
The Cedarapids wheeled plant has a small footprint and all access points for maintaining the plant are far more accessible than with plants on tracks.

Pilbara contractor strikes “gold” with wheeled plant

Mobile Concreting Solutions (MCS) is a mobile concreting business based in Karratha, in the booming Pilbara region of Western Australia. The area is known for its petroleum, natural gas and iron ore deposits, which contribute significantly to the WA economy.  Read more »
Tyres should be off the ground prior to plant operation.

Keeping your wheels oiled: Tips for maintaining mobile plant

In the aggregates industry, portable crushing and screening plants are more popular than ever. While the heart and soul of a wheeled plant is the crusher and/or screen mounted on the plant, as Dave Anderson writes, it’s important to pay attention to the maintenance of the portable chassis and conveyors on any portable plant. Read more »
Huntley Heritage operations manager David Tregonning with Kleemann area sales manager Ian Mossman beside the MS 13 Z-AD Mobiscreen.

Norman golf course chooses mobile supplier

A Greg Norman-designed Australian golf course is employing a Kleemann Mobiscreen to scalp, screen and separate aggregates in New South Wales’ Illawarra district. Read more »

Mobile Plant
Animal with a new sting to its tail

Pugmills are instrumental in adding moisture, cement and other quarry materials together to provide a homogenous roadbase material for the main roads, airport runways and airbases that transportation so relies on.  Read more »
Portable plant set-up in the past was a cumbersome, time-consuming operation.

Ensuring quick, safe and easy mobile plant set-up

The beauty of mobile crushing and screening plant, versus its static cousins, is that it is easily transportable, whether that be closer to the face or elsewhere in the pit – or even to another pit entirely. Three US-based plant experts give their thoughts on how you should move your equipment quickly, safely and efficiently. Read more »


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