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Screens on display include the S80 and R105.

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Supplier’s best on show at Bauma

Screening and crushing supplier McCloskey is showcasing new features and product improvements to its crushing and screening line-up at Bauma 2013. Read more »
The floating blade belt is useful for superior cleaning and extended blade life.

Conveying
HD floating belt

Flexco Australia’s new heavy duty floating blade belt plough features a patent-pending fail-safe fixed frame. Read more »
With the Tension2Go app, users can check whether the pre-tension of ContiTech belts is correct with a smartphone.

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App for belt measurement

A new app which measures the pre-tension frequency and pre-tension on conveyor belts is available on iPhone and Android devices. Read more »
The Parker ST225 and Ezystak R-8042TR are expected to produce large tonnages and work long hours.

Conveying
Radial conveyors make immediate impact on civil construction business

Tricon Mining Equipment has recently introduced the next generation of Ezystak radial stockpiling conveyors to Australia. The first machine landed immediately, going to work for Robson Civil Projects, one of Tricon’s longest standing and most valued customers. Read more »
The XA750 feeds the Maxtrak 1500 with an all-in feed, then the material is split over two Warrior 2400 screening plants.

Conveying
Quick response for contract business

A central Queensland contractor has met its obligations with little delay, thanks to a full suite of new mobile crushing and screening equipment from the Lincom Group. Read more »
The 8042T’s gear box offers more power and torque at up to 600 tonnes per hour.

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Mobile stacker hits the floor running

A WA civil contractor has installed a large stockpile machine in confined conditions on the floor of a limestone quarry. Read more »
Conveyors are an environmentally friendly choice compared with individual trucks and loaders.

Conveying
Littleton’s mobile conveyors big on efficiency

A Massachusetts quarry has made significant inroads into lowering the double handling expenses of its finished products by acquiring a series of mobile conveyors. Read more »
An electro-optical volume measuring sensor is built into the support frame of the conveyor.

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Supplier gains local rights to world class belt weighing system

Screenmasters Australia has acquired the distribution rights to Sensortechnik optical belt scales (OBS) which can be fitted to mobile crushing and screening plants, trommels and fixed plant conveying systems. Read more »
The Loadrite brand has been long renowned for its market-orientated range of weighing equipment.

Conveying
Loadrite distributor celebrates 30 years

Galesafe Weighing this year celebrates 30 years in business. When Neville and Gloria Gale first established Galesafe in 1983, they distributed Robway Crane Safety products in Victoria and Tasmania, including ESSO Australia’s offshore oil and gas fields in Bass Strait. Read more »
The Compuload 4060 data printer runs with both the Compuload 3000 and 4000.

Conveying
Electronic weighing systems aid major equipment suppliers

Atlas Weighing is a privately owned Australian company operating out of premises in northwestern Sydney. The company has been in business since 1989, specialising in loader, excavator, forklift and truck on-board load weighing systems, with agents located across Australia. Read more »
Implementing accurate load monitoring systems can save mines and quarries significantly by identifying and reducing “black belt” time when the plant is running but not producing anything, according to Soeren Schramm, product manager for Loadrite.

Conveying
Australian mines, quarries missing out on potential profits

Australian quarries are missing out on potential profits by not taking advantage of technology to maximise production, according to Soeren Schramm, product manager for Loadrite. Read more »
The FTR150 is currently achieving around 700 tonnes per hour and has surpassed site expectations at West Angelas.

Conveying
Tracked feeder conveyor impresses in tough conditions

The latest Anaconda feeder conveyor demonstrates its mettle in some of Western Australia’s most arduous conditions. Read more »


 


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