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The rock detection system was designed to help operators identify oversize material prior to processing.

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Oversize rock solution wins innovation award

An innovative oversize rock detection system that recently won an award could potentially improve quarry productivity while reducing equipment downtime and maintenance costs. Read more »
This is the largest quarry equipment and demonstration show in the world with more than 17,000 attendees and around 450 exhibitors.

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Hillhead to showcase world’s best plant, equipment

Organisers have announced an impressive line-up of quarrying machinery and equipment for Hillhead 2014. Read more »
To increase safety in low light conditions the ActivAmr comes with high visibility on the palm side and the back of the hand.

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Longer lasting gloves

Safety gloves are must in the quarry industry. Ansell's latest addition to its product line promises longevity, cost-efficiency and productivity for workers. Read more »
Caltex has designed new products and services with the mining operator in mind.

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Caltex innovations for mining

TecDiesel Advantage, a selection of new products and services by Caltex has been designed for mining and commercial operators. Read more »
Aussie Pumps’ new Civil Contractors Club will cater specifically for customers that need pumps in industrial applications.

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Pumps supplier launches new customer incentive

A national pump supplier has introduced a division designed to service earthmoving and civil contractors. Read more »
Each iPhone skin will look different with different lunar craters.

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Making concrete calls gets easier with iPhone skin

A team of Korean based designers from fashion studio Posh Craft and Realize have come up with an iPhone case that’s literally made of concrete. Read more »
ERO uses water jets to disassemble concrete and sucks up the mixed debris.

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Enviro deconstruction robot offers exciting possibilities in recycling

Meet ERO, an environmentally conscious concrete deconstruction robot designed to disassemble reinforced concrete structures and enable the building materials to be re-used for new pre-fabricated concrete buildings. Read more »
Sandvik has revised and upgraded its Offering Guide app to work on iPads as well as iPhones.

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New Offering Guide for iPad

Sandvik Mining has upgraded its existing Offering Guide iPhone app to the iPad in response to an increased demand from customers for digital information optimised for mobile devices. Read more »
A diver collects a sample of ancient Roman concrete drilled from a breakwater in Pozzuoli Bay, near Naples, Italy.

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Doing concrete as the Romans did

Centuries after the fall of their empire, the ancient Romans are showing today’s engineers how to make concrete more durable and sustainable. Read more »
Walls with transparent concrete let the light shine through.

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See-through concrete

An Italian supplier has cast the limelight on a series of transparent concrete panels, which could yet have important applications in construction. 

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Young Michael Trusler saw an opening for a new type of online hire site.

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Equipment hire service goes online

A 24 year-old engineer from Brisbane is offering more than 30,000 pieces of plant and equipment for hire on the internet.
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Novagg comprises 98 per cent recycled waste materials, including unsorted mixed coloured waste glass.

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UK partnership devised Novagg

New material Novagg could solve some of the construction industry’s needs for materials to make concrete blocks and structural grade concrete aggregate.

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Terrasolid develops software for processing airborne and mobile LiDAR data and images.

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3D laser mapping specialists join forces

Finnish software specialist Terrasolid has appointed 3D Laser Mapping as a specialist re-seller for Australasia. The companies will offer complete software solutions for processing and viewing laser scanned data. Read more »
Sandvik has decided to revert to the Rammer name for breakers.

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Rebranded hammer goes back to work

After a five-year layoff, Sandvik Construction has announced it is sending the popular Rammer brand of hydraulic breakers and attachments back to work in Australia and worldwide.
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Used tyres may have use as a road construction material.

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Road surface retreaded

An asphalt surface mix made partly from recycled waste tyres has been given the go-ahead for sales distribution in the UK after successful road trials in Scotland. Read more »

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