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Metso's ST2.4 combines high screening capacity with low fuel consumption.

Crushing
New generation jaw, screen

Metso unveilled its new generation Lokotrack LT106 tracked jaw plant and ST2.4 mobile screen at Hillhead 2012.
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Aussie suppliers and customers made their presence known at Hillhead.

News
Aussie suppliers fly the flag at Hillhead

Australian plant and equipment suppliers to the quarrying and extractive industries were out in force last week at Hillhead, the world’s premier quarrying show.
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Screenmasters will now distribute GIPO equipment in Australia.

News
New distributor for GIPO crushers, screens

Screenmasters Australia, a local supplier of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has announced that it is the new Australasian distributor for Swiss made GIPO crushers and screens. Read more »
New and on show is the 300-tonne class Cat 6030 mining hydraulic excavator.

News
Record numbers exhibit at Hillhead

Hillhead 2012 in the UK will boast an impressive line up of local and international exhibitors showcasing the latest plant and equipment for the quarrying industry.
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Improper installation can lead to premature breakage. Make sure the crown bar rubber is intact/.

Maintenance
Tips for avoiding premature screen media failure

Proper installation of tensioned screen media is crucial. By installing the screen media right the first time, you produce material that meets specification, achieve longer screen media wear life and generate more tonnage Read more »
The R155 is able to handle larger material thanks to an open feed design that allows for free flow of material and high volume capacity.

Crushing
Mobile operations the ace in the hole for family business

A family quarry operation specialising in softer rock aggregate is making strides with the latest mobile crushing and screening technology. Damian Christie visited SBI Cranbourne Quarries. Read more »
The design of the poly modular panels ensures they maximise the open area.

Mobile Plant
Converting to modular screens

Long used in mining, the case for poly and rubber modular screen media is gathering pace in quarries. Read more »
The F-Class vibrating screen features an advanced double eccentric shaft for high volumes.

Mobile Plant
Minimal vibration transmission

The F-Class vibrating screen from US supplier WS Tyler offers the only solution for challenging screening applications requiring minimal vibration transmission during operation. Read more »
The 684 tracked mobile inclined screen features three full size inclined decks.

Mobile Plant
New mobile screens cause a stir in Paris

Terex Finlay has launched two new additions to its mobile screen range: the 684 tracked mobile inclined screen and the 863 tracked compact mobile heavy duty screener. Read more »
The PS480t is one of the largest mobile screening plants in the world.

Mobile Plant
Giant mobile screen rolls onto the market

Precisionscreen Australia have launched the prototype of a new 20’ x 8’ horizontal triple deck on tracks, making it one of the largest mobile screening plants in the world that can be transported as one component. Read more »
The HCS 5515 is one of five Powercrusher portable screening units.

Crushing
Mobile screens, crushers add extra arrow to driller’s bow

Atlas Copco, a traditional supplier of surface drill rigs to the quarrying, demolition and recycling industries, is now fully equipped to supply crushing and screening solutions. Read more »
The Warrior 1800 provides the Alisco Strong Plant with 400 tph of different size material.

Crushing
Supplier sells first dual powered screen in Middle East

Powerscreen, one of the world’s leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has sold its first dual powered screening machine into Oman. Read more »
The Pro-Deck system helps to eliminate common screening problems such  as blinding, pegging, premature wear and unscheduled downtime.

Mobile Plant
New vibrating screen optimisation system

WS Tyler’s Pro-Deck System is a new approach to maximising a screening system. The Pro-Deck approach implements an analysis and modification strategy in processing operations to maximise screen productivity and minimise wear by selecting the appropriate type of screen media, according to the three phases of screening. Read more »
The easiest way for producers to check the performance of their woven wire screen media is  to look closely at the pile of discarded screen media for a history of recurring problems.

Maintenance
Seeking higher returns from screen maintenance

When considering low production volumes, aggregate producers often focus too much on their crushing operations and not the performance efficiency of their screening operation. Read more »

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