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Tramp metal removal system cleans up dolomite reserves

Heavy-duty metal detectors and a suspended electromagnet, used to clean up aggregates, have been instrumental in removing ferrous and non-ferrous tramp metals from one of the world’s largest dolomite operations. Read more »
The original rubber and self-cleaning wire screens suffered from blinding and build-up of crushed fines.

Maintenance
Recycler reports productivity, payback after screen changeout

Robert Hill, the crushing consultant and site manager of a 550,000 tonnes per annum concrete recycling operation had to stop his 220 tonne per hour (tph) concrete recycling plant every day to clean blinded screens, often losing three or more hours of production from his 6m x 2m triple-deck horizontal screen. Read more »

Processing
Recycling critical raw materials from waste

A research group from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Jyväskylä, in Jyväskylä, Suomi, Finland, has focused on the circular economy and developed innovative process technologies applicable for various industrial uses. Read more »
The processing plant for clayey shell limestone at the Mönsheim quarry.

Case Studies
Twin-shaft mixer increases yield by 25 per cent

Raw materials from a quarry that were previously sent to landfill are now being sold after a twin-shaft mixer was employed to add quicklime to clay-contaminated pre-screened material. This ‘dry process’ has made it possible to completely separate the clay from the rock for processing. Read more »
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 »

Crushing
Local parts company thrives in Australian - and beyond

In a period when Australian companies are either ceasing trading or falling upon hard times, it’s encouraging when local start-ups not only survive, but thrive. Read more »
A bird’s eye view of Boral Dunmore Quarry.

Case Studies
The new technology suite that saves time in a booming market

For large quarrying operations, consistent quality blast outcomes save time and money. James Dampney outlines how blasting solutions provider Orica has helped Boral Dunmore achieve blasting improvements through integration of its Blast IQ suite of technologies. Read more »
A road base made from recycled tyres has recently been tested with promising results at the University of Melbourne.

News
Rolling towards new road base

Researchers from the University of Melbourne have recently heralded the significance of a project that has created road base from recycled tyres. Read more »
Construction materials producer Scope Engineering’s offering includes modular washing screens.

Mobile Plant
Modern, productive modular washing screen

Modular washing screen stations provide economical, productive solutions for the quarrying industry. Read more »
Mining Wear Parts has an extensive range of gravel and slurry pumps available for quarry operators.

Maintenance Products
Productive, sturdy slurry pumps

Brisbane-based company Mining Wear Parts has developed a broad package of tough, high performing gravel and slurry pumps. Read more »
The Ecomix 565 mobile tracked plant features a heavy-duty steel track frame and a forward product conveyor.

Conveying
Innovative, reliable mobile tracked plant

Aran Australia’s Ecomix 565 mobile tracked plant is renowned for its quality components and optimum operating features. Read more »
A request from Rindean Quarry’s operator to import 240,000 tonnes of fill has been denied. Image courtesy: The Daily Telegraph.

News
Sand operator denied fill request

A quarry operator’s request to import around a quarter of a million tonnes of fill for a four-week construction project has been refused by a government planning panel. Read more »


 


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