Austin Powder has launched the E*STAR electronic initiation system, which is designed for ease of use and safety in harsh conditions.
Cone crushers are an integral part of any comminution process – but how do you know if your process requires a live shaft model or a fixed shaft unit? Mark Utecht explains the differences.
A free-rotating belt on an inclined conveyor in a quarry site raised alarms for CBC senior sales manager Brenton Jones. The problem was caused due to a faulty gearbox and motor setup, presenting serious safety concerns.
The inclined belt conveyor had an old right angle worm gearbox, which would be costly to replace due to lower demands and inefficiencies. The solution, which the CBC engineering team suggested, came in the form of a redesigned and upgraded Bonfiglioli bevel helical gearbox with a TECO E3 IP66 mining spec motor.
A Townsville-based construction business has made a very successful transition into quarrying, thanks to a decade-long relationship with his mobile crushing plant distributor. Mendi Group’s Jeff Doyle and Lincom Group’s Erwin Koch talk to Quarry.
When it comes to air quality control, the onus is increasingly on the quarry rather than regulators to ensure best practice is met, according to two environmental experts.
The Cape Flattery Silica Mines (CFSM) project in Queensland’s far north has been recognised for its Indigenous employment and production results.
Metso Outotec has strengthened its reach in the Australian screen media market, signing a distribution contract with Advanced Engineering Group.
The inaugural Hillhead Digital event saw almost 5000 virtual visitors over the two-day event at the end of March.
Boral’s Envisia low-carbon concrete has entered the trial phase to test the viability of its use for a new Perth logistics facility.