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The-first-deck-was-designed-to-use-15mm-thick-WM6000-modules-with-27mm-square-holes

Plant & Equipment
Modular screening media a Turkish delight

A Turkish aggregate producer has expressed total satisfaction with a supplier’s popular modular screening media.  Read more »
The-AHS2448-screen-at-Clutha-Creek-quarry

Plant & Equipment
Sand producer tests new vibrating screen

Aury Australia has commissioned its first vibrating screen – the AHS2448 – on-site at the CCS Clutha Creek quarry, located at Tamborine Village in Queensland. Read more »
The-SCS-205S-is-in-a-closed-circuit-loop-with-an-impactor-and-is-turning-out-380-tonnes-per-hour-of-32mm-minus-aggregate-at-Rockcycle’s-Dysart-site

Crushing
Screen boosts production for Queensland contractor

Brightwater Manufacturing has recently delivered a new SCS 205S screen to family-owned mobile crushing and screening contractor Rockcycle Crushing. Read more »
The-modular-deck-design-allows-the-screening-plant-to-be-switched-from-clamped-screen-media-to-a-modular-system-without-modifications-to-the-screen-frame

News
The spirit of stone - from Baroque to high-tech

While treasures continue  to be unearthed in Dresden, Germany, a local company is doing some digging of its own with the acquisition of a new screen product. Read more »
Wire-ripple-and-poly-ripple-screens-(pictured)-are-suitable-for-high-open-area-and-increased-vibration

Screens & Feeders
Ensuring maximum wear life with screen media

While screening media may not be at the top of the purchasing list, there is a lot more to assess other than simple screen dimensions and hook type. Read more »
The-Omniscreen’s-unique-design-enables-it-to-run-continuously-at-7g-acceleration

Screens & Feeders
High energy, more acceleration for new screen market entry

A new screen which has been fine tuned to provide acceleration and maximised screening capacity and efficiency is set to enter the Australian market. Read more »
Large-and-small-openings-on-the-1’-x-2’-Flex-Mat-3-modular-panels

Screens & Feeders
Aussie company diversifies into wire screen media

A homegrown company that started life moulding rubber products has signed a major contract with a leading screen solutions manufacturer to distribute the next potential wave of high performance, self-cleaning screen media in Australia. Damian Christie reports. Read more »
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Mobile Plant
Family business improves recycling with mobile screen

Re.i.cal, a family owned company, operates a stationary quarry for producing aggregates needed for concrete. A few years ago the company expanded its operations to recycling. Read more »
Correct-selection-should-ensure-a-screen-meets-or-exceeds-expectations

Plant & Equipment
Selecting the right screen for the job

From screen type through to construction and design, there  are many factors to consider when choosing the right screen for your operation.
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The-K-Redi-liner-is-suitable-for-low-impact-material-handling-applications-where-high-abrasion-and-good-slip-characteristics-are-required

Conveying
Liners provide a solution for steel versus polyurethane

While steel was originally designed to build structures and provide strength and rigidity to all types of equipment, new products have been developing, replacing the dependence on steel and demonstrating longer life, better wear resistance and demonstrably lower noise levels in areas of plant where wear is a problem. Read more »
The ERAL hydrocyclone is now one example of process equipment which Rocktec can offer its customers in Australia and New Zealand.

Crushing
Seeking a total plant concept

Today’s plant and equipment is being developed to “design out” the usual wear, tear and maintenance of the quarrying environment.  Read more »
The-relative-wear-method-considers-the-hardness-of-the-materials-involved

Crushing
Assessing wear in practical situations

The selection of wear material in a quarry can have great effect on operating costs. Lots of factors have to be investigated to select the correct material for the job. Glen Hooper proposes that the Relative Wear Method is the best way to compare different wear materials. Read more »


 


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