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The fully operational model crushes actual quarried stone sourced from a local site. Image credit: The Advocate.

Working model quarry delights young and old

A working model of a quarry will be exhibited next month, providing the general public with an accessible way to understand the extractive industries. Read more »
The miners’ program includes on-site work with Metso’s mobile plant and DNA automation system.

Future miners train with automated tracked mobiles

The world’s first educational, mobile and fully automated Metso plant for training future miners and crushing contractors can be found in Taivalkoski, northeast Finland. This unique learning environment is made up of three Lokotracks, a Metso DNA automation system with an operator training simulator and Bruno process simulation. Read more »
Conveyor chutes between plants at Hanson’s Wolffdene quarry operation.

Improving your quarry operations from the inside out

As part of its Professional Development Program (PDP), the Institute of Quarrying Australia has developed a series of dedicated quality plant training days for quarry operators, managers, foremen, plant operators, sales staff and all who need to know more about quarry plant and equipment. Read more »
The blade should be tensioned to sccommodate blade wear, as correct tension is impotant for equipment longevity

Cleaning the cleaners

A healthy conveyor system begins and ends with cleaning and maintenance, argues Ryan Grevenstuk. Read more »
Space at Hillhead 2012 is now at a premium.

Hillhead 2012 filling fast

The world’s top quarrying exhibition is shaping up for a massive year, with 385 exhibitors having committed to Hillhead 2012. Read more »
Figure 1. John Floyd’s graph of suggested delay intervals between rows.  (In: Floyd J. Blast Dynamics: presentation. 2005.)

Case Studies
A Few Timing Concepts

Timing has long been considered the “dark art” of the blasting process, even with the advent of computer timing and blast design packages. Brent Buffham explains why timing in some cases is still a misunderstood aspect of the blasting process and how to address timing gaps. Read more »
Associate Associate Professor Bill Bamford will head Coffey Information's new rock testing analysis service.

Rock testing giant to be based in Melbourne

Engineering consultancy firm Coffey Information has established a world-leading rock testing laboratory in Melbourne and appointed Australian “rock guru” Associate Associate Professor Bill Bamford to head its new rock testing analysis service.

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The spirit of stone - from Baroque to high-tech

While treasures continue  to be unearthed in Dresden, Germany, a local company is doing some digging of its own with the acquisition of a new screen product. Read more »
The feeder pan must be rugged enough to absorb the energy released, when impacted by large stone falling more than nine metres.

Performance-based feeder maintenance

To ensure optimum performance from your vibrating grizzly feeder, you should follow proper selection and a simple seven-point maintenance plan. Read more »


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