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Hillhead 2018 drew in more than 500 exhibitors and nearly 20,000 visitors from 26 to 28 June.

News
Aussie suppliers make capital at Hillhead 2018

Australian screening and crushing suppliers were amongst the attendees at Hillhead 2018, in the UK last month. Read more »

Case Studies
Producer hails new era in recycling of glass fines

Alex Fraser Group, one of the largest recycled aggregates producers in Australia, has announced it is taking its glass recycling one step further by building an improved processing plant at its Laverton facility. Adam Somerscales discusses the company’s plans and vision. Read more »
An aerial shot of CDE Global’s bespoke plant at the Sheehan Group’s Oxford site.

Crushing
Maximising value from C&D materials in the circular economy

CDE Global, a provider of wet processing equipment for quarries, mines and recycling operations on the global market, and its focused division CDE Reco, which is creating valuable resources from construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) materials, have launched their latest video case study demonstrating how CD&E materials can be reused in high value construction applications. Read more »

Case Studies
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 »
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 »

Crushing
Recycled aggregates: a solution to future demand, says industry leader

Delta Group has been one of the leading Australian companies to promote alternative quarry products as quarries experience difficulties meeting booming infrastructure demand. Damian Christie spoke to James Georgiou about the company’s recycled aggregates division. Read more »

Crushing
Robust impact crusher at heart of heavy-duty recycling plant

Crushing and screening plant manufacturer HAZEMAG has designed a fixed plant for one of the largest construction and demolition (C&D) material recycling plants in the world. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Optimising screening performance through screen media design

The efficiency of screening processes is influenced by the choice of suitable screen media. The key to optimisation is the individual, process-orientated set-up of the screen media. Suppliers can offer this advice through a screen performance assessment and technical support. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Feeders ensure continuous pre-crushed sandstone flow

How two heavy-duty vibratory feeders are quickly moving crushed sandstone out of an extractive operation. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Best practices, advances in screen customisation

Three industry professionals explain what aggregate operators should do to optimise their screen plant processes, raise productivity, generate higher outputs and save costs. Tina Grady Barbaccia reports. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Managing underperforming vibrating screens

Opinions and emphasis placed on vibrating screens varies from person to person and from site to site. However, given they are the last machines to process material, their importance is clear. What is not clear is how to get a screen running well and keeping it that way. Darren Toth reports. Read more »


 


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