Australia’s largest bulk handling event is being touted as a key opportunity for quarry operators to gain insight into innovations that will shape the future of dust control, safety, screening and crushing, productivity and more. Read more
Gyratory jaw crusher – with an edge
A customised gyratory jaw crusher solution is adding extra ‘teeth’ to a Western Australian extractive operation. Read more
Second Alex Fraser application refused by Kingston Council
Alex Fraser Group has been denied a second bid to extend the life of its recycling operations in Clarinda, in a decision the company says conflicts with multiple government policies. Read more
Submersible pumps prove their mettle in arduous conditions
A simple pump failure in a quarry can be costly, as production is stopped while a replacement is organised. However, there is now a low-cost back-up solution that can be deployed fast in an emergency. Read more
Screen media manufacturer innovates with custom solutions
A supplier of woven wire screens, poly and wire ripple screens, poly modular systems, rubber screens and modular systems, along with associated accessories, Locker has recently commissioned new weaving equipment at its Dandenong, Victoria facility.
Is there a business case for crushed sand?
With access to natural sand limited either by natural attrition or legislative design, the quarrying industry worldwide is having to experiment with manufactured sand from conventional aggregate sources. Georg Diem and Francis Lacote explain why the answer is crushed sand.
European architect quarries rubble on-site for restoration
A French architect has developed a new “on-site quarrying” concept, seeing rubble from demolished structures recycled into projects constructed in its place. Read more
Crushed stone stockpiler takes centre stage in Sydney Metro
A quarry-spec hopper feeder has been supplied and commissioned into Sydney Metro to load barges on the waterway. The Telestack HF-823 Revolution hopper feeder has been commissioned right on the foreshore of the Darling Harbour/Barangaroo area. Read more
Multi-frequency deck adds versatility, flexibility to scalper
It might look like a standard scalper on initial inspection but thanks to new product innovations in multi-frequency technology, it is now possible to make even a simple twin-deck screen a multi-purpose performer. Damian Christie reports. Read more
Supplier the final piece in OEM’s logistical jigsaw
Tesab mobile plant and equipment has been a mainstay of the Australian quarrying landscape for several decades. While the machines have been popular, they have lacked a dedicated distributor – until now. Enter Precisionscreen to provide the missing piece of that logistical jigsaw. Read more