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Komatsu has officially opened its new plant in Wacol, Queensland.

News
Komatsu investment opens in Queensland

Komatsu Australia opened its new state of the art regional headquarters at Wacol, southwest of Brisbane on Thursday 12 April, 2012. Read more »
With a recent Metso application using Zigbee technology, a multi-stage crushing and screening process using Lokotracks can be easily connected wirelessly.

Crushing
Wireless revolution for crushing plants

A basic function of automation is to eliminate the burden of repetitive, unsafe work. Aggregates production is an area where automation and wireless technologies can provide significant benefits for customers. Antti Jaatinen explains. Read more »
TPCs improve safety, as enhanced traction increases an operator’s control of a machine.

Load & Haul
TPCs deliver for the long run

While the primary objective of installing tyre protection chains is to extend the service life of tyres in aggressive and abrasive surface environments, most users have quickly found that high quality tyre chains deliver many other benefits. Read more »
Bead breakers protect staff and machinery by dispensing ?with heavy, clumsy, labour-intensive equipment.

Load & Haul
Bead breakers save time, boost safety

Enerpac’s time-saving hydraulic bead breakers take danger and effort out of changing tyres on tractors, trucks, graders and implement tyres. Read more »
With an on-board weighing system, there is the potential to reduce tyre damage.

Load & Haul
Best practice tyre management saves time and money

Replacing truck tyres is a major expense for quarry operations, so taking practical measures to prolong their useful life makes good sense. Read more »
Conundrum Holding’s Stawell Quarry has been a beneficiary of wholesale pool purchasing.

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Reducing electricity costs in quarries

Electricity is becoming a major operating cost in most businesses today but several quarries are taking advantage of a new way to purchase electricity and reduce their energy usage. Read more »


 


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