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Complementary products can be joined to the CRH1316 to form a large capacity closed circuit crushing and screening system.

Crushing
High capacity portable plant

Terex Minerals Processing Systems has expanded its CR Series portable plant line with the addition of the Terex CRH1316 horizontal shaft impact crushing plant. Read more »
Complementary products can be joined to the CRH1316 to form a large capacity closed circuit crushing and screening system.

Crushing
Large capacity closed circuit system

Terex Minerals Processing Systems has expanded its CR Series portable plant line with the addition of the Terex CRH1316 horizontal shaft impact crushing plant.  Read more »
Tricon’s newly released Ezystak bin feeder.

Conveying
New Ezystak bin feeder

Tricon Mining Equipment has launched the newest machine from Ezystak. Read more »
The TRT622 is a high production trommel.

Mobile Plant
Portable high yield trommel

This heavy duty trommel is for high production environments. Read more »
McLanahan’s feeders are suited to high tonnage and severe impact loads.

Conveying
Heavy duty apron feeders

McLanahan’s Universal Apron Feeders have a continuous steel belt made of overlapping flights or pans. Read more »
Michael Trusler has successfully exploited an opening for a new online hire website.

Crushing
Equipment hire service goes online

A 24 year-old engineer from Brisbane is offering more than 30,000 pieces of plant and equipment for hire on the internet. Read more »
More than 950 items of heavy equipment and transportation were stationed at Ritchie Bros’ Geelong auction site.

Crushing
Earthmoving under the auction hammer

With many quarrying and mining operators worldwide deferring  capital spends on new plant and equipment, some are looking at unreserved auctions as an alternative to dealers. But what are unreserved auctions? And how do they work? Damian Christie visited a Ritchie Bros auction in Geelong to learn more. Read more »
A McCloskey S190 mobile screen in operation at Willow Tree Gravels’ quarry site.

Crushing
Family company comes out of mothballs

A family-owned quarry company and contractor in a small New South Wales township has, with the assistance of a mobile plant supplier, forged its own niche in the market in the state’s northwest. Mandy Parry-Jones spoke to company owner Phil Marheine. Read more »


 


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