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The Pulse vibration analysis helps operators understand the interaction between feed material, screen media and the vibrating screen specific to each operation.

Maintenance Products
Vibration analysis service

Haver & Boecker’s Pulse vibration analysis service is designed specifically to monitor the health of vibrating screens to ensure optimum screening performance and equipment durability. Read more »
The Portafill MS-3 has an adjustable conveyor speed and can be set up in just 10 minutes.

New Products
High output portable screen

The Portafill MS-3 with live head 3000ST twin-deck is a high throughput, portable screening plant. Read more »
An aerial survey of the proposed Karuah South Quarry. Image courtesy of the Port Stephens Examiner.

News
Council seeks community input for new site

The New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment is seeking community feedback on a proposed new quarry in Karuah in the Hunter region. Read more »

Conveying
The merits of rubber torsion spring motor bases in screens

The rubber torsion spring motor base has a lengthy history. Richard Sharp explains how it came to be devised and why it is such a critical part of extractive and broader industrial processes. Read more »
Two versions of the KAMMP device (pictured) have been installed on conveyors 1 and 7 of Kulnura Quarry’s crushing, screening and conveying circuit.

Conveying
As simple as KAMMP

A quarrying operation devises a novel solution for detecting and removing tramp metal. Read more »
Support springs allow free movement of the vibrating machine and isolate most of the unit’s vibration from the surrounding structure.

Conveying
Maintaining support springs in vibratory equipment

Vibrating screens and feeders are only as effective as the small parts and components that underpin them. Darren Toth explains why good support springs – and ongoing spring maintenance – are integral to the performance of vibratory equipment. Read more »

Conveying
Measuring the value of liner profile gauges

Replacing the inner liners of a crushing plant has traditionally been an arduous yet precise process. As Lew Dilkes explains, electronically profile-cut liner wear profile gauges are now being employed to ensure the crushing profile is correct for the specific application. Read more »
Components equipped with sensors are central to the drive systems used in machines and equipment.

Conveying
Condition monitoring: From Industry 4.0 to the 'dark factory'

While condition monitoring systems are continuing to prove their value in industrial applications, Ian Pledger explains that many companies are still unsure how CM should fit into their Industry 4.0 strategy and the automated ‘lights out’ factory. Read more »
A sand operation ought to run like clockwork – if operators have correctly developed a process to track the program’s effectiveness.

Conveying
Six steps to a rock solid maintenance program

The efficient running of a quarry operation is dependent on the upkeep and maintenance of both fixed and mobile plant and equipment. In turn, maintenance also requires a commitment on the part of the operator to address long-term solutions, not just immediate problems. Read more »
The CSP range can be tailored to suit any sand application, regardless of desired tonnage, ranging from 40 tph to 300 tph.

New Products
Efficient, compact sand plant

The McCloskey Washing Systems CSP 120 offers separation efficiency and a capacity for the driest, drip-free final washed sand product. Read more »
Haver & Boecker Niagara’s N-class offers one to three screen decks and is dynamically balanced to minimise energetic loads transferred into the structure.

New Products
Vibrating screen excels in heavy-duty applications

Haver & Boecker’s Niagara’s N-class vibrating screen is capable of screening as much as 4536 tonnes per hour. Read more »
Installation of the McLanahan UltraWASH requires lifting the pre-assembled modules out of a shipping container, setting them in place, erecting walkways and connecting the water and electrical hoses.

New Products
Quick assembly, faster processing

The McLanahan UltraWASH modular wash plant is assembled from containerised washing modules and produces up to five products, including three clean aggregates and two washed sand fractions. Read more »
The AggWash 60’s readily portable format makes it suitable for greenfield applications, contractor use and planning permission sites.

New Products
Versatile washing, sand recovery solutions

The AggWash 60 incorporates screening, scrubbing, sizing and recovery of sand on one modular chassis and produces up to six grades of saleable sand. Read more »

Case Studies
Family business 'aces' it with upsized scalper

A family quarrying business has never been busier but meeting demand has been made easier by the acquisition of an enlarged scalper. 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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