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Patrick Largier, managing director of Ludowici, has recommended accepting FLSmidth's second offer.

Suitors fight over Ludowici

Two suitors are fighting over Ludowici, Australian supplier of specialist vibrating screens and complementary wear resistant products for the minerals and extractive industries. Read more »
Blackwater Quarries expands with the purchase of new equipment from Finlay Screening & Crushing.

Blackwater expands with new equipment

Blackwater Quarries & Concrete’s medium sized quarry has added a new arsenal of mobile equipment to its rapidly expanding operations. Read more »

Quarry 2012 Guide to Mobile Crushing and Screening Equipment

Welcome to Quarry magazine’s 2012 guide to mobile crushing and screening equipment!

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FLSmidth supplies cement plants and technology for cement producers and full plant and systems to the minerals industry worldwide.

Aussie screen specialist receives offers from Danish, British giants

Ludowici, the Australian specialist supplier of vibrating screens and complementary wear resistant products and services for the minerals and extractive industries, has found itself at the centre of a bidding war by Danish engineering group FLSmidth and Scottish minerals, oil and gas, and power and industrial giant The Weir Group.

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Ontrak and Bongilioli win a major award for gear excellence.

Bonfiglioli, Ontrak win gear excellence award

Ontrak Engineering, manufacturer of underground coal mining equipment, has teamed up with Bonfiglioli Transmission (Australia) to win the 2011 Australian Bulk Handling Awards “Excellence in the Application of Gears, Motors or Drives”. Read more »
Figure 1. The cost of energy is ever increasing.

Achieving energy efficiency in the drill and blast process

To achieve energy efficiency - and ultimately carbon reduction - in the drill and blast process is a matter of continuous trial and error. Olav Kvist explains how it boils down to personnel and the information and tools at their disposal. Read more »
After only 30 metres of excavation work, pipe construction had caught up to development of the trenches at the New Beith Reservoir project.

Precision blasting clears reservoir trench

Choosing blasting over machine excavation can save time and minimise disruption if backed by detailed blast modelling, as James Tiedgen explains. Read more »
The FTS65 can be fed directly with any excavator or wheel loader and can transport the material 20 to 22 metres away with a huge discharge height.

Feeder conveyor adds edge to stacker needs

The advantages of using conveying solutions are well known and extensive. They can save you money, time and improve overall machine efficiency. What is less documented are the further advantages of using a feeder conveyor such as the new Precisionscreen Feeder Tracked Stacker (FTS) range. Read more »
The Telestacker unit is capable of stockpiling at a rate of up to 1000 tph and up to 50,000 tonnes in a 90-degree radial arc.

US made stackers make mark for WA contractor

Western Australian distributor 888 Crushing and Screening Equipment has recently supplied a pair of 42m long x 900mm wide Telestacker conveyor units to Rapid Crushing in Perth. The Telestacker units are manufactured to Australian standards by Superior Industries, a US-based company with a fast growing client base in Australia.  Read more »
Figure 1. John Floyd’s graph of suggested delay intervals between rows.  (In: Floyd J. Blast Dynamics: presentation. 2005.)

Case Studies
A Few Timing Concepts

Timing has long been considered the “dark art” of the blasting process, even with the advent of computer timing and blast design packages. Brent Buffham explains why timing in some cases is still a misunderstood aspect of the blasting process and how to address timing gaps. Read more »

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