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The Warrior 2100 screen includes Powerscreen’s proven triple-shaft technology.

Updated screen warrior

A mainstay of Powerscreen’s product range, the updated Warrior 2100 screen offered by Lincom is available in Australia. Read more »
Joest’s vibrating equipment specifically meets the individual’s applications.

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Tailored, unique vibrating screens

Joest Australia’s vibrating screens have been specifically designed with meeting quarry operators' individual needs in mind. Read more »
Glenwood Pit has proven to be an important test site for Superior Industries’ new inventory of plant and equipment.

Supplier plays in its own sandbox, replicates customer experience

A supplier of screening, crushing, washing and conveying equipment has found it is very worthwhile owning its own extractive operation. The quarry has given the supplier the chance to field test its inventory of new plant and equipment, and to step into its customers’ shoes. Read more »
Nepean Rubber’s composite aperture screen panels (Panel #1) have ceramic or Hardox inserts lining the apertures, enhancing life expectancy in high impact abrasive applications.

Testing of steel and ceramic-lined apertures in screen media

A durable screen panel that combines energy absorbing, abrasion resistant rubber with the high strength and abrasion resistant properties of 95 per cent alumina ceramic or Hardox inserts moulded into a single composite has been trialled with an Australian manganese producer. Read more »
Vibration analysis is used for maintenance and fault detection of vibrating machinery. The purpose is to analyse how well the machinery operates within its target parameters.

Plant & Equipment
Testing shows vibrating screens at half-capacity

A recent vibration analysis in Australian quarries has revealed that 50 per cent of their vibrating screens are in critical, serious or problematic condition. Read more »
The Metso Premier ES303 vibrating screen at Lehigh Hanson’s Woodlands sand and gravel quarry.

Vibrating screen boosts production, efficiency at sand and gravel plant

A new vibrating screen is getting high marks for productivity, efficiency and maintainability at the Woodlands sand and gravel plant in Texas, USA. Read more »
Pegging occurs when irregular products are unable to pass through the screen apertures.

When to use polyurethane screen media

Quarry managers and operators generally have a choice between three types of screening media: polyurethane, rubber and wire. Read more »
LEAN principles require operators to reduce waste and improve process flow.

Plant & Equipment
LEAN screening: How to increase value-added processing

The LEAN methodology is traditionally associated with manufacturing rather than quarrying. However, as Carol Wasson reports, employing LEAN tools in a screening application can significantly reduce costs and optimise site performance. Read more »
Feeders are big contributors in the overall success of a screening and crushing plant.

Feeding your plant the right “diet”

Feeders, like various glasses to drinking beverages, are receptacles for the processing of different specs of aggregate. Paul Smith argues matching the right feeder to the right raw materials is vital to saving crusher wear costs and boosting plant capacity. Read more »

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