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Management
Mine safety: Too much, too far?

Mine safety may seem intimidating, tedious, time-consuming and arduous to quarrying producers. However, as Paul Skidmore explains, it is a positive, inclusive and productive process compared to the horrors of yesteryear. Read more »
The virtual process circuit for TPD’s metal separation products and feeders.

Case Studies
Separation equipment delivers a higher yield of recyclables

A circuit of metal separators and vibratory feeders is processing 1000 tonnes per month of plastics, metals, textiles and more into end products. Read more »

Case Studies
Sun shines on producer's latest assets

Alex Fraser Group, one of Australia’s largest recycled aggregates producers, has officially flicked the switch on two new $20 million glass recycling and sustainable asphalt plants. Damian Christie was at the opening of the new plant at the company’s integrated recycling site in Melbourne’s west. Read more »

Case Studies
Mobile screen caters to the 'green thumb' market

Proving again that quarrying and other primary industries are essential to our social fabric, a quarry-spec mobile screen is making a significant contribution to Australia’s gardening and homeware market. Damian Christie reports. Read more »
DHZ’s 30ha “Häuli” landfill site, near Zurich, Switzerland, is designed for a duration of 40 years.

Case Studies
'Urban mining': A landfill project's site solution

An earthmoving company is using 3D machine control, elevation cut/fill maps and two-way data transfer to monitor and document its landfill and recycling operation. Read more »
An eight-tonne Kubota excavator with an MB Crusher C50 crusher bucket on a residential site.

Attachments
Crusher bucket, eco-material help slash construction costs

Additive chemicals for recycling spoil, coupled with an excavator attachment, promises savings for residential, commercial and industrial building projects. Read more »

Case Studies
Repurpose It: Carving its niche in recyclables

To paraphrase tuna brand John West, the quarrying industry has operated on the notion the raw materials it rejects is what makes it best. A recycling company is upending that maxim – creating high quality aggregate products from the “fish” the industry rejects. Damian Christie reports. Read more »
C&D materials are broken up by an excavator and rock hammer and then processed through the Cobra 290 to create a base layer on the site for new concrete roads.

Case Studies
Compact crushers play pivotal roles in recycling jobs

Two compact crushers have proven their worth in recycling operations, including processing materials on-site at one of Terex Corporation’s planned new facilities. Read more »
Figure 2. The cropped value cycle model.

Education
Management intelligence: A key to successful leadership

For quarries to succeed in today’s competitive world, a unilateral way of doing business is invalid. To get the best out of an operation and a workforce requires effective two-way communication. Mike Cameron explains the importance of management intelligence in the modern environment. Read more »
The Lokotrack ST2.8 screen quickly produces spawning stones of different sizes.

News
Production of spawning stones for freshwater trout

A mobile screen has proven its versatility with an unusual contribution to the freshwater environment. Read more »

Case Studies
Sand producer meets goals with hydrosizer plant

A supplier of turf to world-famous sporting events acquires a new plant for more efficient, cost-effective cuts. Read more »
Dewatering screens are a low cost solution for producing a drier material.

Sand Processing
Eight reasons to use a dewatering screen in your application

Dewatering screens have long been considered important instruments in sand processing – and an effective means for producing drier, cleaner end products, particularly in the capture and retention of ultra-fine materials. Read more »

Case Studies
Mobile screens prove their mettle in alluvial diamond mines

Up to six Terex Finlay mobile screens are “kicking goals” in alluvial diamond mining for two operations on either side of Kimberley, in South Africa’s Northern Cape. Read more »
Figure 3. A circular-motion screen. The correct method of tensioning the drive is to apply sufficient force (tension) to allow the screen to start without the vee-belts slipping.

Maintenance
Motorbase solutions for vibrating screen drives

Richard Sharp outlines the best drive options for vibrating and incline screen solutions. Read more »
Nylon chains draped along the screen panels create a “snaking” motion during normal operation that reduces the opportunity for material to build up.

Screens & Feeders
Three ways to prevent blinding, pegging on your vibratory screen

Blinding” and “pegging” can cause losses of screen efficiency and production. The terms are often used interchangeably in describing material covering screen surface area during any type of screening process, but there is a difference between the two. Read more »

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