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Dust control has been given a higher priority in materials processing over the past few decades.

Top reasons for using dust-tight valves

Dust emissions minimisation requires a system that recognises the issue of dust control at all stages of the mining process. Without adequate control measures, fugitive dust emissions can impact on the efficiency and profitability of your plant, and employees’ health. Read more »
Brookby Quarry’s newly arrived WA500-6 wheel loader fills one of the more than 450 trucks that visit the quarry daily.

Brand management partnership pays off for NZ operation

A long-term New Zealand customer has seen early benefits from its participation in Komatsu’s “brand management” customer relationship program as it proceeds with the expansion of its quarry operation. Read more »
Keech 3D business manager Doug Baird (left) and Keech Australia CEO Herbert Hermens with the largest additive manufacturing printer housed in the Keech 3D facilities.

How 3D printing can offer a new edge in equipment manufacturing

What is believed to be Australia’s first commercially available large format 3D printer is potentially offering the quarry industry cheaper and higher quality products in less time. Stephanie Chan reports. Read more »
Rocklogic is a unique Australian-engineered technology that provides safety integrated remote operation, collision avoidance, and automated parking technology for rockbreakers.

Robotic breaker system wins technology award

Australian innovative materials handling company Transmin was a winner at the 21st Annual Western Australian Information Technology and Telecommunications Awards (WAiTTA). Read more »
Spray nozzles are used to either pre-wet material or to suppress dust  when it leaves the confines of barrier type suppression systems.

Spray nozzles – a guide to dust suppression

Spray nozzle selection is not an exact science, often due to the nature of dust itself. Stuart Morgan discusses the types of spray nozzles available and the basic principles that are common to their use in dust suppression applications. Read more »


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