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Tricon has entered into an authorised partnership agreement with Wirtgen to distribute Kleemann crushers and screens.

Wirtgen and Tricon to supply Kleemann

A partnership between Wirtgen Australia and Tricon Mining Equipment will allow Tricon to supply Kleemann crushers, screens, spare parts and service to the east coast of Australia. Read more »
As the market from the Shepton Quarry site is 400,000 to 500,000 tonnes per annum, the decision was made to construct a 400 tph crushing plant.

Central highlands makeover

A local council and three contractors have successfully collaborated on a modern, state of the art crushing plant in Queensland’s Central Highlands district. Read more »
The modular cone stations are well suited to Telsmith’s SBS ?cone models 44SBS, 52SBS, 57SBS and 68SBS.

Modular crushing plants defy conventional plant approach

Modular plants are an economic solution for quarry and mining operations. Able to achieve start-up months ahead of a conventional plant, modular plants offer excellent maintenance access, reliable performance and a lower installed cost. Read more »
With a recent Metso application using Zigbee technology, a multi-stage crushing and screening process using Lokotracks can be easily connected wirelessly.

Wireless revolution for crushing plants

A basic function of automation is to eliminate the burden of repetitive, unsafe work. Aggregates production is an area where automation and wireless technologies can provide significant benefits for customers. Antti Jaatinen explains. Read more »
The two aggregate production lines each had to meet a daily production requirement of 10,000 tonnes.

Chinese crushing supplier satisfies demand in "backwater"

Shanbao, a Chinese subsidiary of Sandvik Construction, has recently supplied crushing, screening and feeding equipment to two limestone producers that supply 10 per cent of the aggregate requirements in the Henan region’s capitol of Zhengzhou city. Read more »
A mobile Lokotrack fleet processes concrete debris collected from destroyed buildings in the city of Rikuzen Takada. The project will last three years.

Mobile crushers at the Japanese frontline

Twelve months after the earthquake and tsunami that killed over 20,000 people, Metso’s mobile Lokotrack crushers and screens have assisted Japan’s reconstruction efforts. Read more »
The OMNI-IC OM jaw is a heavy-duty machine which incorporate a number of features to yield high performance and long service life.

Brazilian jaws, cones built to outperform, outlast

A Queensland-based supplier is introducing the OMNI-IC line of jaw and cone crushers to the local market. Read more »
The QJ341 carries all the features that made its predecessor the QJ340 extremely popular.

Mobile jaw crusher undergoes overhaul

Sandvik has launched the new QJ341, the upgraded version of its best selling QJ340 mobile jaw crusher. Read more »
Space at Hillhead 2012 is now at a premium.

Hillhead 2012 filling fast

The world’s top quarrying exhibition is shaping up for a massive year, with 385 exhibitors having committed to Hillhead 2012. Read more »
The Lippmann 3252 track unit features a triple power gear transmission system specially designed for crawler crusher use.

Tracked jaw bolsters crushing operation

A US aggregates company bolsters its operation with the acquisition of a tracked jaw. Read more »
Dial-a-dump’s Kleemann MR 130 ZS EVO tracked impact crusher processes C&D materials at its Alexandria location.

Recycling in a single operation

Dial-a-dump Industries is a vertically integrated group of companies providing innovative environmental solutions for the building and construction needs of households through to the largest construction sites. In addition to recycling operations, Dial-a-dump provide a service to collect waste materials and transport to recycling facilities owned by Dial-a-dump around the Sydney region. Read more »
The purchase of two J1175 jaw crushers, two C1540 cone crushers and a 984 horizontal triple deck screen allows BQC to produce a larger output of aggregate.

Blackwater Quarries bounces back with new equipment

Blackwater Quarries & Concrete’s (BQC) medium sized quarry just north of the town of Blackwater in central western Queensland has been experiencing steady growth since it was purchased in January 2010. Read more »
Index EMS has brought the Screen Machine brand to Australia.

Tracked Screen Machine

Index EMS has brought the Screen Machine brand of portable crushing and screening machinery to Australia from Ohio in the US. Read more »
CME is Tesab's new distributor in Australia.

Tesab now distributed by CME

Tesab Engineering has appointed Crushing & Mining Equipment (CME), a supplier of crushing equipment, parts and consumables to the mining and quarrying industries in Australia, South East Asia, Africa and the Middle East, as its distributor in Western Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Tasmania for Tesab crushing, screening and conveying equipment. Read more »

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