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The fixed plant arrangement at Blackhead Quarry, on the seaward side of Green Island, near Dunedin.

Case Studies
Blackhead Quarries: Improving plant flexibility, energy, efficiency and safety

A Kiwi extractive operator has, in collaboration with a multinational supplier and its distributor, upgraded mobile and fixed plant across its operations. Personnel at Blackhead Quarries explain why local expertise and supplies are critical to maintaining continuous production. Read more »
The GT205S multi-frequency screen has innovation at its heart, combining the technology of conventional incline and high frequency screens.

Crushing
Encouraging 'art' in processing

In standardising and streamlining extractive work to reduce cost and increase productivity, producers should never rule out creative, innovative solutions in their operations. Read more »
The foam suppression system reduced dust emissions from the fixed plant through the secondaries to the stackers.

News
Foam suppression system works its charms on mobile and fixed plant

Controlling dust emissions is a major issue for most sites. For Hutchison Quarries, it was critical for its mobile crushing plant in Glenn Innes, New South Wales and its fixed plant in Warwick, Queensland. The mobile and fixed crushing circuits had become dust hazards. Read more »
The GT200DF features a quarry-spec, heavy-duty K200+ cone crusher design in a highly mobile package.

Case Studies
Crusher Excels In Hard Rock Trial

Hard Rock Quarries (HRQ), based in the Maryborough hinterland in central Queensland, is a small, family owned construction materials business. It has been operating since 2010 and took over the Maryborough quarry site from previous owners. Read more »
The letterbox-like ERSS (centre) provides a significantly safer, more portable alternative in combating small fires on mobile crushing and screening plants.

Case Studies
“Smallest of quarries” devises innovative, award-winning solution

A small quarry operation run by a medium-sized Australian aggregate company has received one of the IQA’s highest honours after it devised an innovative solution to a critical safety dilemma. IQA member Daniel Reed discusses the evolution of the Emergency Response and Safety Station. Read more »
A BlueMAC trommel and pick station in Northern Ireland.

Case Studies
Partnership offers new heavy duty plant, solutions

A new partnership will provide quarrying and recycled aggregates operators with access to international plant and equipment solutions. Damian Christie spoke to Simon Toal of Skala Australasia about what BlueMAC Manufacturing has to offer the industry. Read more »
A SC Heinrich train of Terex Finlay mobiles hard at work.

Case Studies
Contract crushing in the valley

Like a good wine, successful businesses mature. For crushing contractor SC Heinrich & Co, this allegory is very appropriate. Damian Christie spoke to proprietor Malcolm Heinrich and Finlay’s Han Alam about the family company’s continuing growth. Read more »
The FT2618Vm stands out for its ability to remove higer volumes of fines.

Crushing
Supplier’s hire fleet completes first year of business

In 2015, Astec Australia announced it was entering the rental market. Read more »
Dust control has been given a higher priority in materials processing over the past few decades.

Attachments
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 »
T-Link combines Terex Finlay machines’ in-built CANbus control system and on-board sensors and electronics with satellite positioning and telematics software.

Maintenance
Mobile plant supplier introduces telematics system

Terex Finlay has introduced a new remote monitoring and fleet management telematics system to its range of mobile crushers. All Terex Finlay crushers manufactured and shipped from 1 January, 2016, have been equipped and fitted as standard with the T-Link system, complete with a three-data subscription. Read more »
Based on the Komatsu AE’s recommendations to its quarry team, Western Downs Regional Council approved the purchase of a 46-tonne Komatsu PC450LC-8SE excavator.

Case Studies
‘AE’ team digs deep to improve darling downs operations

Damian Christie spoke to Craig “Shine” Summerfield about the successful implementation of two of Komatsu’s application engineering assignments in the Darling Downs region of Queensland. Read more »
Wagners’ Komatsu PC1250SP-8R excavator fills one of four HD605-7E0 haul units. Both machines were purchased on advice from Komatsu’s AE process.

Load & Haul
Is it really as simple as ‘AE’?

Field applications engineering is a mixture of engineering and sales activities that provide technical support to the customers of a manufacturer of products. An earthmoving plant and equipment manufacturer has embraced application engineering – or AE – as part of its customer relationships. Read more »


 

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