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The Total Rockbreaking team outside the company office in Western Australia.

New dealer for Rammer in the west

Sandvik Construction has appointed Total Rockbreaking Solutions as its new authorised dealer in Western Australia for its range of Rammer hydraulic breakers and attachments.  Read more »
Super HCV belts are designed for heavy industry use.

Super V-belt

Super HCV belts offer the firmness and the strength of a belt of a wrapped construction and the efficiency of a narrow section V-belt.  Read more »
Flexco’s ConShear blade design renews its edge as it wears.

Blade runner for better cleaning

The Rockline EZP1 primary cleaner features a unique uni-blade design that combines simple “do it yourself” installation, quick maintenance and effective cleaning results. Read more »
Atlas Copco breakers’ improved power to weight ratio gives greater production efficiency.

Hammering out a new deal

Atlas Copco hammers are known for their quality, reliability and productivity, with an extensive range to suit excavators from 0.7 to 140 tonnes. Read more »
Actronic Technologies’ Loadrite weighing system is for wheel loaders, excavators, conveyors and waste collection vehicles.

Actronic loaded onto Trimble

GPS, laser and optical technology specialist Trimble Navigation Limited has acquired weighing systems and payload information systems provider Actronic Technologies. Read more »
Each Indeco unit is custom designed for the crushing plant.

Crusher boom system keeps plant ticking over

When Quarry and Mining Equipment (QME) needed a crusher boom system designed to suit Matthews Quarries’ specific needs, the company turned to Indeco. Read more »
The Atlas Copco HB3000 features an AutoControl stroke-length switching system which optimises the output performance and reduces the strain of idle blows.

Supplier boosts hammer range

A Western Australian supplier with more than 17 years in the hydraulic breaker and hammer market announces the arrival of two reputable brands to its arsenal. Read more »
Figure 1. A Transmin XXHD 100/70 rock breaker at a mine site in the Pilbara.

Pioneering a robotic breaker system

Remote operation and automation technology is becoming more prevalent in the mining industry and there are spin-offs for the quarrying industry too. Adrian Boeing and Angie Kings-Lynne discuss the latest developments in rock breaking automation, with the award-winning Rocklogic system. Read more »

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