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The proposed Brickworks plant would produce 600,000 tonnes per annum of lightweight aggregate.

Application lodged for ‘lightweight aggregate’ plant

A building products manufacturer has applied to construct a processing facility that would produce a material half the weight of traditional aggregate. Read more »
Joest Australia’s screens have a long service life.

New Products
Large screens with twin shaft drives

Joest Australia’s screens are suited to quarry operators that value high capacity and reliability. Read more »
The M820 tracked trommel features a state-of-the-art, interchangeable drum.

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Trommel with interchangeable drum

The M820 tracked rock trommel from Screenmasters Australia is said to be the largest mobile trommel of its kind worldwide. Read more »
More than 200 people visited OPS’s new Jandakot headquarters in Perth for the company’s open day event.

Supplier open day celebrates new HQ, partnership

An equipment supplier recently opened its new headquarters to the quarrying industry to celebrate its 25th anniversary and the launch of several new partnerships. Read more »
Brolton Group has been contracted to upgrade and relocate Bass Point Quarry’s plant.

New plant design to lift production for major quarry

A local engineering firm has been selected to expand and upgrade a major basalt quarry that has been operating for more than 40 years. Read more »

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Sifting through the facts: selecting a mobile screen

You get out what you put in. Just as operators in a screening operation need to separate dirt from stone and size recycled concrete into a sellable product, so they must also be discerning when selecting a suitable mobile screen. Sean Donaghy explains why. Read more »
When Sibelco Australia built its roadbase plant at Lilydale more than 12 years ago, the plant was untested.

Dust suppressant proves its reliability 12 years on

After more than 12 years, the foam technology is still holding strong.  Read more »

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