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CME has won two major contracts with BHP to supply a full range of wear plates and liners.

CME wins two BHP contracts

Crushing & Mining Equipment has won a 10-year contract to supply wear liners to BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s Pilbara sites in Western Australia.  Read more »
The spiral pulley is part of CPA's range of conveyor pulleys.

Engineered conveyor pulleys

Conveyor Pulleys Australia (CPA), a subsidiary of TSS, specialises in engineered conveyor pulleys in standard or custom designs. Read more »
The Little Duggie gets to work under an operating conveyor.

Safe material recovery and clean up

Minprovise’s Dugless 900 (fondly known as the “Little Duggie”) is designed to crawl under conveyors and is remote-controlled to allow the operator to stand clear from harm’s way.
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Gates has a hose that is not only flexible but suited to a wide range of fluids.

Flexible oil, air and water hose

PremoFlex is the perfect choice for multiple applications requiring a highly flexible, cost-effective industrial hose with maximum resistance to petroleum oils, kerosene, and fuel oil (to 49°C) and lubricating oils (to 100°C). Read more »
HD AFD models can save time and money in a range of applications because there is no need to laser align the motor and gearbox shafts.

Alignment-free drives benefit PNG mine expansion

ThyssenKrupp is deploying Bonfiglioli alignment-free drives engineered for optimum reliability and cost-efficiency at a major gold mine expanding production in Papua New Guinea. Read more »
The MOVITRAC LTP B frequency inverter series is available in a robust IP55 enclosure for the complete power range.

Drive train efficiency yields solid gains

Consideration of the “total systems efficiency” of a drive solution allows quarry operators and OEMs to save energy and maintenance costs while improving site safety. Read more »
Thanks to auditing, manufacturers think more now about maintenance and installation as part of the product design process.

Changing technology: The advancement of belt conveyor products

Advancements in technology, paired with a better understanding of the impact of downtime on operating costs, have yielded products that are more efficient and faster than ever to install and maintain on the belt conveyor, explains Chip Winiarski. Read more »
The ALCAMiE model is a customised “toolbox” of asset management systems and processes that enable assets to be managed cost-effectively throughout their life.

Load & Haul
A customised approach to fleet management

Robert Caprile outlines how ALCAMiE, a customised set of asset management systems and processes, can transform the way quarrying and mining companies manage the whole life cycle of their assets. Read more »
In an A40F articulated hauler, the service intervals of Volvo’s new generation lubricants are expected to double from 2000 to 4000 hours.

Load & Haul
Why every drop of lubricant lasts

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has introduced its full line of new generation lubricants in Australia, providing customers with engine, transmission, hydraulic and axle oils perfectly tailored to their needs. Read more »
Cat dealer William Adams assigns a dedicated, highly skilled and knowledgeable field serviceman exclusively to Boral’s Coldstream, Montrose and Lysterfield sites.

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Familiarity breeds content

Boral Ltd has found that having a dedicated field serviceman, familiar with site conditions and equipment, satisfies the need for maximum machine uptime. Read more »
Rubber liners absorb the energy from the impacting rock by deformation, then repel it like a spring.

Why rubber makes a good wear liner

There is no one lining material that is suitable for each and every wear application. Most wear liners that perform well in heavy impact applications will generally perform poorly in an abrasive environment. Read more »
Figure 1. A jaw liner lifted with the angle towards the fitting face.

Lifting tools that promote safety first

The last five years has seen the development across the quarrying and mining industries of safe lifting tools for crusher liners. Lew Dilkes explains why these lifting tools are becoming an integral part of the safety regime and reducing previously dangerous practices with liner fittings. Read more »


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