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AIMEX will have a focus on quarrying equipment and services.

Quarry attractions at AIMEX 2013

The Asia-Pacific International Mining Exhibition 2013 (AIMEX) opens in August, with more than 50 exhibitors identifying themselves as quarrying, crushing and screening products and services suppliers. Read more »
Komatsu has extended its Komplimentary Maintenance program to cover more of its fleet.

Komplimentary Maintenance service expanded

Komatsu Australia has expanded its Komplimentary Maintenance program to incorporate all of its products. Read more »
By consolidating procurement processes, assets can be purchased in bulk to leverage the capital cost, specification and warranty conditions.

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Improving whole life cycle asset management

Mining, construction and quarrying operations worldwide are enlisting the support of asset management partners to maximise equipment availability and drive productivity. One such asset management partner discusses the innovative partnership models that can bring greater control and savings to the customer. Read more »
Tufflex screens have twice to five times the wear life of traditional woven mesh,  depending on the application.

A case study in screen toughness

If you attended the CMIC conference in Melbourne last September, you would have seen a new product among the trade stands called Tufflex – a polyurethane coated stainless steel wire rope screen with the same open area as woven wire and huge advantages over traditional screens. Read more »
Flex-mat style screen cloths can open up the screening area to capture any remaining undersize material and produce a cleaner in-spec product.

Blending screen media for maximum output, minimum maintenance

Most of us are familiar with the blending of aggregates or ore types to meet final product specifications. Screen media can also be blended to maximise screening efficiency and wear life while minimising maintenance. Read more »
Figure 1. Greystone’s work in dewatering screens led to the launch of its Aggre-Dry range. Diagram courtesy of Greystone Inc.

Dewatering sand: The fundamentals

The purpose of a dewatering screen is to form a bed and retain all material possible, while releasing the water through vibration. Jim Hankins provides an overview of the dewatering screen and explains why it is still useful in modern quarrying operations. Read more »
The “billowing” movement hastens stratification, ensuring any undersize particles are more rapidly screened out and that blinding is eliminated.

Modular screen media set to make waves

A new, modular screening media for use on screens with longitudinal profiles has been successfully trialled in Europe and is now available to the Australian market. Read more »


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