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 Magnalight's new HAL-2X400C lamp, designed for use in hazardous environments

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Magnalight produces new hazard-proof lamp

A new transportable light cart designed for use in hazardous circumstances has been released by Larson Electronics’ division, unveiling the HAL-2X400C. Read more »
A Defence spokesperson revealed to Quarry that a range of Mack Truck military platforms will also go on sale, an announcement likely to go down well with many operators.

Defence sells Macks, Land Rovers

Quarry operators will be given the opportunity to purchase vehicles from the Australian Defence Force as the military decommissions and sells off up to 12,000 Army vehicles. Read more »
For higher volume production, the SM 720 provides a full 7’ x 20’ of screening area, and a 75kW engine.

German manufacturer returns to Oz

Australian quarry operators will, for the first time in years, have access to Doppstadt's range of high speed trommel screens. Read more »
The new plant will produce undercarriage components and track assemblies, which are utilised on Cat hydraulic excavators.

Caterpillar to open new components facility in China

Caterpillar has announced that it plans to open a new manufacturing facility in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, in China. Read more »
Instead of a conventional fixed pin and bush system, the dual-bush rotates, allowing the pin and bush to spin independently of one another while being continuously lubricated in a sealed gallery.

Dual-bush system doubles dozer life

A new rotating "dual-bush" system from Komatsu Australia claims to be able to double the life of a bulldozer's undercarriage. Read more »
Kinder hosts a training day for Box Hill Cert IV students at its Braeside headquarters.

Supplier hosts training day for quarrying students

Conveyor hardware specialist Kinder & Co recently hosted a training day for students undertaking Box Hill Institute’s Certificate IV in Surface Extraction Operations at its Braeside headquarters. Read more »