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The Terex MHS8203 modular horizontal screen features the three-deck LJ-TSV screen.

New Products
Modular horizontal screen

Terex Mineral Processing Systems has expanded its modular product range with the addition of the new MHS8203 horizontal screen. Read more »
Locker Group’s woven wire screens are safer than before thanks to a new double-lock press.

New Products
Improved safety on woven wire screens

Locker Group has modified production of its woven wire screens in order to reduce the risk of cuts and abrasions when handling screen media. Read more »
The C-Gap effectively replaces current methods of CSS measurement.

Closing the gap

A new closed side setting (CSS) measurement device – the C-Gap – is now available to the Australian market through Mintap, based in Perth. Read more »
The Mobirex EVO 2 impact crusher has received one of Europe’s most prestigious product design awards for its ergonomics and engine and drive technology.

Impact crusher wins prestigious design award

A new impact crusher has received a product design award for its ergonomics, efficient engine and drive technology and environmentally friendly elements. Read more »
The R131S employs little to no autiomation and operates only diesel/hydraulic systems.

Swiss-designed impact crusher makes mark in the Darling Downs

Hutchison Quarries was established on the Darling Downs in 2004 and grew from the purchase of an existing local business by mine manager Scott Hutchison. Read more »
The new IMS track-mounted pugmill is a high production machine that offers quick set-up between transport and operating mode.

High production pugmill enters the market

Crusher & Screen Sales can now offer the new Irish Manufacturing Services (IMS) pugmill, a high production affordable track-mounted machine that offers quick fully hydraulic set-up between transport and operating mode and the advantage of self-loading onto transporters and site mobilisation. Read more »
The C-1540 incorporates the Terex 1000 cone crusher with automatic tramp relief and hydraulic CSS adjustment.

Dual-powered models promise energy, maintenance savings

Terex Finlay has introduced dual-powered models of its popular tracked mobile jaw and cone crushers and a three-deck inclined mobile screen. Read more »
The larger 56-tonne QS441 features the class leading CS440 cone.

S-series mobile cone crushers make Australian debut

Sandvik Construction is expanding its mobile crusher portfolio with the introduction of the new QS441 and QS331 track-mounted cone crushers, targeted at the most demanding of maggregate producers. Read more »
The UJ440i is powered by a 317kW Volvo diesel engine that directly drives the crushing processes.

A heavy-duty mobile solution to a crushing problem

When a northern Californian company acquired a second quarry in 2014, it required a primary crusher that would handle heavy-duty quarrying applications easily, and for many years to come. Read more »
The Chieftain 1400 has had a trouble-free 5300 hours, with only routine maintenance required.

Mobile screen excels in New Zealand

Powerscreen, one of the world’s leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has successfully delivered another Powerscreen Chieftain 1400 mobile screen into the New Zealand market through local official distributor Lincom NZ. Read more »
Tracked mobile crushers are ideally suited to applications that require movement within a job site, as they can move under their own power.

Selecting the right crusher for your operations

Selecting the right equipment can make the difference between profitability and financial woes. As Sean Donaghy explains, several critical factors must be considered in the selection of a crusher, including output requirements, feed materials, applications and machine design. Read more »
Pro Crush’s new Lokotrack LT106 makes  short work of overburden at a quarry  north of Brisbane.

Survival of the fittest: New challenges for mobile plant operators

An Australian mobile plant contractor has defied the country’s economic downturn and is so busy it has turned to a major mobile plant supplier to keep its extensive fleet ticking over. Read more »

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