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Capricorn’s new blocksaw is expected to increase productivity, which could result in lower prices.

Sandstone quarry invests after doubling resource

A family-owned quarry’s investment in a new piece of machinery is set to increase competitiveness in Australian sandstone.  Read more »
The QH441 is available with a choice of six crushing chambers and eight bush settings.

Large, highly versatile mobile cone crusher

The Sandvik QH441, available from Precisionscreen, is a versatile and productive cone crusher. Read more »
The HT182C trommel requires little maintenance and does not require a permanent operator.

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Trommel maximises quarry reserves

The new HT182C trommel can help quarry operators reduce waste and increase profitability. Read more »
The CJ613 has been purpose-built for tough quarrying applications, thanks to a heavy-duty design and proven technology.

Case Studies
‘Effective tools to do good work’

In 2012, Chinese cement manufacturer Sinoma Cement decided to boost its aggregate production, both for its own use in cement production and to supply aggregates to the Chinese construction market. To achieve this, it invested in two aggregate plants, comprising jaw and impact crushers, with the assistance of an international supplier. Read more »
Tae-hyung Enterprise produces and supplies not only aggregates and crushed sand but also ballast for high speed railways.

Operator finds a profitable solution for manufactured sand

Following significant investment in new impact and cone crushers, a South Korean aggregates producer is making a real profit with manufactured sand, selling its product at 40 per cent higher than the market price. Read more »
The Dundee iron ore processing plant only operates between May and October, due to severe weather conditions.

Modular crushing, screening plant built for extreme conditions

A plant and equipment dealer for the western regions of Australia has strengthened its product offering with a range of modular and customisable crushing plants that can operate in extreme circumstances. Read more »
Mobile train in motion, as the UJ440i jaw crusher feeds the QS441 cone crusher, which in turn passes feed to the QE440 scalper.

Heavy-duty train sets the gold standard

A mobile crushing train comprising a primary crusher, a secondary crusher and a scalper employed in a gold mine in Australia’s west has met all of the targets and challenges thrown at it. Read more »

Selecting the right type of crushing equipment

Selecting crushing plant and equipment for your quarry operation should seem pretty straightforward on paper. However, as Gerry Mangrich explains, practical experience and understanding of the raw material that is to be crushed and the types of crushers best equipped to handle that material is critical to your final selection. Read more »
According to the founder and former CEO of Astec Industries, Don Brock, the best crushing plant is one “that you can’t see or hear”.

The plant of the future

Given the essential design of crushing plant and equipment has not dramatically changed for the best part of a century, what type of technological changes and advancements are expected in the quarry pit in decades to come? Paul Smith consults his crystal ball. Read more »

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