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The Rammer E-line is fi tted with RD3 monitoring, making it easier for producers to monitor breaker performance.

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Certified breaker, attachment range boosted by partnership

The iconic Rammer hydraulic rock breaker product range is now in the hands of a new but experienced distributor. Read more »
The Caterpillar 990K aggregate handler is suitable for loading trucks and stockpiling.

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Heavy-duty aggregate handler boosts production in rehandling

A new heavy-duty handler is assisting producers to move more material more quickly in load and haul tasks. Read more »
United Civil has deployed Earthworks on its Hitachi 225US LC excavator.

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Earthworks programs provide accurate grades, control

On opposite sides of the Tasman Sea, a digital product suite is proving invaluable for two construction companies utilising excavators on a range of projects. Read more »

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Electrical potential: Could batteries replace diesel?

Suddenly it seems all pieces of the technological puzzle are falling into place. The battery revolution is under way – and one multinational OEM is convinced it can significantly change the energy landscape of the mining, and by extension the quarrying, industry. Read more »

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Is it 'game over' for the diesel engine?

The diesel engine has become a highly efficient power source – but how much further does it have to go? Dr Staffan Lundgren discusses the engine’s development and what its future may look like. Read more »
Three primary maintenance practices for Tier 4 Final engines include keeping the system clean, properly storing and handling DEF, and using the correct materials.

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Taking on Tier 4 engines

Tier 4 Final engines are not compulsory in Australia but, thanks to the innovations of OEMs, the nation is inexorably following the global transition in engine evolution. For operations feeling the ‘pressure’ to switch, how they approach the change could be vital to implementing fuel savings. Read more »
An eight-tonne Kubota excavator with an MB Crusher C50 crusher bucket on a residential site.

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Crusher bucket, eco-material help slash construction costs

Additive chemicals for recycling spoil, coupled with an excavator attachment, promises savings for residential, commercial and industrial building projects. Read more »
Enmin’s truck vibrators improve safety and dramatically reduce the risk of truck tipping.

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Vibrator offers simple, inexpensive solution

Enmin truck vibrators come with complete installation kits and are easy and inexpensive to install to both new or existing vehicles. Read more »
Kinder Australia’s embarkment into the APAC market will be supported by its 3500m² warehouse facility in Braeside Victoria, which stores more than 8000 conveyor components and accessories.

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Conveyor supplier expands into APAC

Kinder Australia has recently launched a new international website focused on expanding its business into the Asia Pacific region. Read more »

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New haul trucks enhanced for lower emissions, fuel savings

As part of a global launch, operators have viewed Komatsu’s latest generation of intelligent, “ultra-low” emission, fuel-efficient earthmoving machines. Damian Christie spoke to representatives about what Komatsu’s latest articulated and rigid haulers can offer the quarrying application. Read more »
Despite being a minute slower than its competitor, the PR 776 pushed 3278 tonnes of material in just over two hours and 40 minutes.

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Dozer impresses in mine trials

A quarry-spec dozer has been trialled in a large mine setting in northeastern New South Wales – with promising results. Read more »
A concept illustration of a future all-electric, “emission-free” quarry.

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Testing underway at world's first 'emission-free' quarry

The quest for a ‘diesel-free’ site has begun, with a major earthmoving manufacturer and a Swedish aggregates company trialling all-electric load and haul vehicles in a quarrying environment. Read more »
All-electric and hybrid vehicles may represent the future of quarrying but may not completely eliminate factors behind the total cost of ownership.

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Will electric construction equipment solve the TCO dilemma?

As earthmoving equipment businesses trial all-electric or hybrid vehicles, fuel costs may change in the future. Brian O’Sullivan explains why the formula for the total cost of ownership of a fleet of construction vehicles in an all-electric future could be just as complex as it is today. Read more »
The TS 1542 radial stacker (left) automatically stockpiles material from the TS 1524 link conveyors (right) to create a 300m x 150m heap leach level pad.

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Could mobile conveying replace earthmoving equipment?

While load and haul fleets remain dominant in the quarrying application, a couple of international case studies suggest that mobile conveyors can be just as valuable in the transportation of aggregate from the face to the stockpile. Read more »

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Boots on ground for record product launch

As part of a global product launch, operators have had a glimpse at Komatsu’s latest generation of intelligent, “ultra-low” emissions, fuel-efficient earthmoving machines. Damian Christie spoke to Komatsu representatives about what some of these machines can offer the quarrying application. Read more »

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