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It is now possible for site managers and operators to downsize equipment (eg smaller loaders, dump trucks) without impacting on output.

Load & Haul
How to optimise Total Costs of Ownership

How smart investment in capital can provide quarry operators with long term success. Read more »
MDVS Portable Air Compressor

Plant & Equipment
MDVS Portable Air compressor

Rotair’s mine specification MDVS portable air compressors have a free air delivery range of 9500 to 12,000 litres per minute (354 to 424 cfm) and maximum pressures up to 12 bars. Read more »
The John Deere D Series skid steer

Plant & Equipment
D Series Skid Steer

The John Deere D Series skid steer range consists of five models, including the 332D (pictured). Read more »
Sitrans WS300

Maintenance Products
Shaft-Driven Speed Sensor

The Sitrans WS300 shaft-driven speed sensor provides consistent, accurate results in industrial applications. Read more »
Case E series wheel loaders can cater to all levels of operator experience.

Load & Haul
E for easier set up?

An easier set up in quarry operations almost guarantees that an earthmover and operator will work seamlessly. Read more »
A well-compacted, firm haulage road reduces rolling resistance and minimises fuel burn while aiding truck productivity.

Load & Haul
Optimised haul roads key to efficiency and longevity

Haul road design and maintenance can have major benefits for a quarry fleet’s production and costs. Read more »
FC250 Field Controller

Maintenance Products
FC250 Field Controller

The FC250 is designed for use with Topcon’s GNSS receivers, total stations and imaging stations for surveying, construction and mining applications. Read more »
Allan Payne has purchased eight Kobelco excavators for his Waterfall Quarries operation.

Load & Haul
Excavator fleet increases output for Chinese market

A Queensland company ramps up its quarry operations to deal with increased customer demand for sandstone. Read more »
RSS’s two principals Nick Nolan (left) and Brad Chambers.

Drill & Blast
Surveying and mapping goes mobile

A vehicle-mounted 3D mapping and surveying system has been very successful for a Melbourne company. Read more »


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