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Drill & Blast
Shot firers injured by air blasts

Negligent practices a probable cause for air blasts in Tasmanian mines. Read more »
The NoiseGuard hood is made of a highly durable plastic material.

Drill & Blast
NoiseGuard muffler expands mining horizon

Sandvik releases NoiseGurad muffler system enabling surface-top hammer drilling operations close to urban areas. Read more »
The HL 1010 hydraulic top hammer rock drill enables the DP1100 to cope with a range of rock conditions.

Drill & Blast
New drills for Queensland dam project

Performance and price seal the deal for Queensland blasting contractor. Read more »
The Uni tronic Electronic Initiation System is useful for investigating  customers’ firing windows and ability to channel blast frequencies.

Drill & Blast
Exploring technology-based blasting rules

The introduction of electronic blasting systems to Australian quarrying has made it possible to explore the accuracy of empirical blasting guidelines. Read more »
Maxam is part owner and operator of wind fields that offset the electricity usage of all Maxam activities in Spain.

Drill & Blast
Environmentally sustainable blasting

The need for environmental protection and sustainable growth has caused the extractive industry to rethink its explosive and blasting techniques. Read more »
Delta Rent has “a state-of-the-art, well-maintained fleet”, which includes Hitachi AH500 dump trucks.

Plant & Equipment
Niche market promises equipment as you need it

With ageing machinery and equipment a concern and capital funds limited, quarry operators are turning to heavy equipment hire. Read more »
Hanson’s Central Coast Sands currently leases a Komatsu D475 dozer that it uses for ripping up sandstone on site.

Plant & Equipment
GFC makes leasing a viable option

Leasing has become attractive as operators have less capital to spend as demand dries up. Read more »

Case Studies
Contractor on the road to nation building

The historically large Pacific Highway Upgrade Programme in NSW offers contracts a plenty. Read more »

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