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Used tyres may have use as a road construction material.

News
Road surface retreaded

An asphalt surface mix made partly from recycled waste tyres has been given the go-ahead for sales distribution in the UK after successful road trials in Scotland. Read more »
Rocks could be a power source of the future.

News
Rock solid power

A stone-powered electricity generator is contributing to the power supply at Hanson’s Whatley quarry in County Somerset, south-west England, as part of a renewable energy trial by the company. Read more »
The R155 is able to handle larger material thanks to an open feed design that allows for free flow of material and high volume capacity.

Crushing
Mobile operations the ace in the hole for family business

A family quarry operation specialising in softer rock aggregate is making strides with the latest mobile crushing and screening technology. Damian Christie visited SBI Cranbourne Quarries. Read more »
The design of the poly modular panels ensures they maximise the open area.

Mobile Plant
Converting to modular screens

Long used in mining, the case for poly and rubber modular screen media is gathering pace in quarries. Read more »
The PS480t is one of the largest mobile screening plants in the world.

Mobile Plant
Giant mobile screen rolls onto the market

Precisionscreen Australia have launched the prototype of a new 20’ x 8’ horizontal triple deck on tracks, making it one of the largest mobile screening plants in the world that can be transported as one component. Read more »
The HCS 5515 is one of five Powercrusher portable screening units.

Crushing
Mobile screens, crushers add extra arrow to driller’s bow

Atlas Copco, a traditional supplier of surface drill rigs to the quarrying, demolition and recycling industries, is now fully equipped to supply crushing and screening solutions. Read more »
The KMB is proving to be a time-saving device for replacing edge wear systems on loaders.

Attachments
Bucket proves itself in trial

A mechanical bucket has reduced the time for replacing edge wear systems on underground mine loaders. With the Keech Mechanical Bucket (KMB) featuring a complete bolt-on section at the front of the bucket, it differs from standard load, haul and dump buckets on the market. Read more »
The Indeco system can be operated from the mounting point of the arm.

Attachments
Breaker assembly impresses Boral

Indeco, a manufacturer of hydraulic attachments in the construction, demolition and aggregate industry, has worked with Boral to engineer, manufacture and install a hydraulic arm and breaker assembly for its Bridgewater quarry in Tasmania. Read more »
Hanson initially installed the Hensley GET  product on a Komatsu WA800-3 wheel loader.

Attachments
Tools that work harder, longer

A Victorian operator’s switch to Komatsu Hensley XS Ground Engaging Tools (GET) has afforded it longer working hours - and less downtime - for its excavation equipment. Read more »
Komatsu-supplied KVX ground engaging tools consistently provide earthmoving specialist Divall’s with a 4000 hour plus service life.

Attachments
Perfect match for crushing plant

Komatsu-supplied KVX Ground Engaging Tools (GET) have provided a Goulburn, New South Wales based quarrying operator with over 4000 hours of service life, resulting in significant downtime and operational savings for their business. Read more »
Each cell is constructed from clay, is about 100 metres wide and 350m long.

Case Studies
Generating power from ‘holey’ ground

When all the quarry’s work is done, what do you do with the old void? Is landfill the answer? Boral, with Energy Power Systems Australia, has developed a solution for tapping power from landfill waste. Damian Christie and Mandy Parry-Jones report. Read more »
The easiest way for producers to check the performance of their woven wire screen media is  to look closely at the pile of discarded screen media for a history of recurring problems.

Maintenance
Seeking higher returns from screen maintenance

When considering low production volumes, aggregate producers often focus too much on their crushing operations and not the performance efficiency of their screening operation. Read more »


 


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