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The Sandstorm 620 is the ‘world’s most innovative’ modular sand and aggregate washing plant.

New Products
Modular wash plant variants

McCloskey Washing Systems – one of the world’s largest independent manufacturers of screening, crushing, washing and classifying plant and equipment - unveiled its SandStorm modular wash plants last month at CONEXPO-CONAGG 2017. Read more »
McLanahan’s MAX vibrating screen was launched at this year’s CONEXPO-CONAGG.

Mobile Plant
Vibrating screen for longevity, maintenance

International material processing company McLanahan Mobile Solutions has launched a new vibrating screen, unveiled at this year’s CONEXPO-CONAGG in Las Vegas. Read more »
The AggreDry wash plant is suitable for operators in the construction, quarry and aggregates sectors.

Fine material washer, dewaterer in one machine

The Superior Industries AggreDry wash plant features a Guardian 1.8m x 6m (6’ x 20’) horizontal triple-deck screen and a twin 914mm (36”) AggreDry washer. Read more »
The new Mobicone MCO 11i is ideally suited for hard and abrasive rock applications.

Re-designed cone crusher unveiled

Wirtgen Group’s mineral processing brand Kleemann has released the Mobicone MCO 11i, set to benefit the quarrying and aggregates market. Read more »
Mining Wear Parts’ bronze crusher castings are set to extend wear life.

Bronze crusher casting extends wear life

Mining Wear Parts has developed a range of bronze crusher castings set to suit most makes and models. Read more »
According to the latest PCI figures, Australia’s construction sector grew at its fastest rate since mid-2016.

New figures show construction sector is ‘bouncing back’

Following four consecutive months of decline, Australia’s construction sector grew at its fastest rate since mid-2016. Read more »
Metso’s new service centre in Tomago, NSW has been fitted with ‘greatly improved’ lifting capabilities and an innovative new paint booth.

New supplier centre an ‘investment in optimism’

After more than 50 years in Newcastle, equipment and services supplier Metso has moved its operations to a new service centre. Read more »
Lafarge Holcim has, to the consternation of some European politicians, expressed interest in building the Trump Administration’s controversial US-Mexico border wall. Image courtesy: Deutsche Well.

Multinational ‘ready to sell’ cement for US-Mexico wall

Global cement maker LafargeHolcim – the USA’s largest cement producer – is ready and willing to sell cement for the Trump Administration’s controversial US-Mexico border wall project, despite raised concerns in Europe. Read more »
Project AME is the ‘world’s first’ 3D-printed excavator.

‘First-ever’ 3D-printed excavator unveiled

A fully functional, full size 3D-printed excavator has made its debut at CONEXPO-CONAGG 2017 in Las Vegas. Read more »
The 3000-year-old, 8m tall statue is believed to depict Pharaoh Ramses II. Image courtesy: NBC News.

‘Submerged,' millennium-old statue unveiled

Archaeologists have discovered a 3000-year-old Egyptian quartzite statue, described as one of the ‘most important’ discoveries ever made. Read more »
Just your average, common or garden, boring quarry pit … Bill Langer begs to differ!

Is your quarry an unappreciated geologic wonderland?

From the Škocjan Caves to the Mendenhall Glacier, from the Egerszalók Travertine to our very own Glass Mountains, Bill Langer has discussed some fascinating geological wonders in the past 12 months. Now he turns his attention to one last wonder – and it may actually be in your own backyard … Read more »
The large aperture Flex-Mats on the top deck of the quarry’s secondary 5m x 1.5m triple-deck screen.

Plant & Equipment
Successful screen optimisation program

A 300,000 tonnes per annum quarry operation on the New South Wales mid-north coast has successfully replaced extremely heavy cross-tensioned rubber screen cloths with lighter, more manageable modular rubber panels. Read more »
Vibrations combined with thin metal screening can shake sand to carrier belts beneath the media.

Plant & Equipment
Sand, gravel, rip rap: what is the best screen media for each?

The type of screening media a quarry uses is partly dictated by the materials it’s excavating. Polyurethane, wire and rubber accommodate different operations. Read more »
Dannielle Weston enjoys the challenges of bringing earthmoving vehicles back to speed.

From bank teller to diesel fitter

Rockhampton’s Dannielle Weston has become the face of large machinery apprentices, after swapping life as a Commonwealth Bank teller to become a diesel fitter. Read more »
Studying provides an opportunity for quarry professionals to network with other operators and learn from visits to worksites.

“Never say never”: education is a “must” for industry professionals

Katrina Myers reflects on why education, training and professional development is important for all quarry professionals – even for the grizzled veteran who probably thinks he/she has seen it all! Read more »

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