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The L350F’s powerful engine, combined with its fully automatic transmission, means it is highly responsive, even at the lowest engine speed. In addition, Volvo’s Read more
By using the L2180, quarry operators can save money by avoiding overload fines and eliminating double handling of material by loading it correctly the Read more
The E-series consists of the E40 and E58 telescopic stacker models and is designed for capacities of up to 2000 tonnes per hour.
The range Read more
Designed to suit 40-tonne to 60-tonne excavators, the TF3000 has a cutting head width of 1250mm, weighs 36.5 tonnes, and produces 103.2 kilonewtons of Read more
The resilient polyurethane lining sheets also help to reduce noise and will not corrode.
They are six times lighter than steel, making them easy to Read more
The single idler belt weighers are accurate to within one per cent while the modular belt weighers are accurate to within 0.25 per cent.
All Read more
Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has invited submissions for pre-study grants as part of its global Construction Climate Challenge (CCC) initiative.
The CCC aims to Read more
The Western Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) has proposed a 16ha sand extraction area within the 130ha McLarty site – a pine Read more
As previously reported by Quarry, the two companies agreed in April to merge into a single entity – LafargeHolcim – in order to reduce Read more