Contractor eager for more infrastructure work

 

The Glendun Group in 2022 will celebrate 10 years of operation – and with Brisbane set to host the 2032 Olympic Games, the contract crusher could yet leverage off the infrastructure opportunities that the Games will provide for southeast Queensland.

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Haver & Boecker Niagara

Reliable monitoring system sends vibrations through the industry

 

Haver & Boecker Niagara has extended its range of analytic tools with Pulse Condition Monitoring (Pulse CM), for reliable monitoring of vibrating screens.

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Victoria

Victorian extractive industry flourishes – in spite of COVID-19

 

Victoria has recorded its highest level of extractive production in more than 10 years, according to the Victorian Earth Resources sector indicators for 2019-20.

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trommel

Tricon supplies demand with adaptable trommel

 

The M518R trommel, manufactured by MDS International, is becoming a regular fixture of the recycling aggregates market, particularly as Australian industry embraces opportunities to develop substitutes for conventional quarry products. 

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Turning market pressure into market opportunity

 

Most people would list some essential qualities of quarrying equipment as robust, reliable, low maintenance, and maybe high tech. But one feature becoming increasingly important, in the wake of COVID-19 restrictions is Australian-made. 

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Choosing a mobile that outdoes the modelling

 

As Metso Outotec’s Australian distributor, Tutt Bryant Equipment is expected to provide knowledgeable support, a wide range, and quality service – a tall order for any business.  But after a quick chat with Tutt’s staff, it becomes clear they have all that and more. 

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Battery-powered screen joins decarbonisation challenge

 

Powerscreen, a manufacturer and provider of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has responded to the decarbonisation challenge by unveiling the concept Eco-Warrior battery-powered mobile screen.

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Optimised vibrating screens boost family business

 

A third-generation family quarrying business is maintaining its commitment to quality across changing seasons through its decades-long preference for sophisticated and optimised vibrating screens and their screen media.

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