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- Forty years in the making: A glimpse into CAPS’ journey through three generations
Three generations of the McIntyre family have contributed to making CAPS Australia the largest independent compressed air and power generation provider in a span of 40 years. Australian Mining speaks to them about the company’s journey. Bob McIntyre’s decision to go solo and start his own air compressor supply business could not have happened at … Continue reading Forty years in the making: A glimpse into CAPS’ journey through three generations
- Boss of the underground environment
Astec Industries’ new line-up of underground equipment incorporates game-changing technology for the mining sector: the hydraulic wheel drive.
- Blasting quality boosted by technology and data
BME has developed a detonator system that set the world’s previous record blast in a coal mine in Australia. The company is now introducing complementary technologies that help contribute to a seamless blasting operation.
- Fresh leadership spearheads mining’s digital transformation
MICROMINE chief executive officer Andrew Birch has exhibited the legacy and impact that one person is capable of creating in a year. Australian Mining tells his story.
- Opening Australian skies to Australian mines
DroneDeploy’s expertise in drone aerial data services is transforming the way mine sites are operated and maintained as the company now takes flight in Australia. Nickolas Zakharia writes.
- ITM keeps undercarriages rolling from coast to coast
ITM is helping Australian mines maintain their undercarriage solutions across the country, servicing iron ore and gold mines in the west and coal operations in the east. Managing director Adrian Battley discusses the company’s presence in eastern Australia.
- Is EMN’s manganese play set to have a major role in Europe’s EV future?
The most notable trend related to the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) over the last 12 months is the acceleration in electric car sales in Europe.
- Gain your customers trust touch free ice cream delivery
Riva has developed a new touch free sensor delivery system!
- Mined commodities take a ride
The activities of a mine operation are not only buzzing at the site itself – they’re also moving along Australia’s busy train tracks. Vanessa Zhou speaks with Rio Tinto, Loram and the Queensland Resources Council about the importance of the rail sector.
- Northern Territory a top spot to restart Australian economy
Chief Minister Michael Gunner has described the Northern Territory as Australia’s rebound capital, providing the safest and quickest way to get back to business following the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian Mining speaks with two companies about the opportunity.
- Powering Australian made innovation
AusProof has been experienced in designing and manufacturing electric couplers for almost 50 years, with many more exciting developments on the horizon.
- Dynamic digital twinning made simple by Digital Twinning Australia
Digital Twinning Australia (DTA) uses the latest technologies, commonly found in every organisation, to create a digital twin or replica of your physical asset – a virtual representation of the built-form.
- Is a zinc comeback looming?
Zinc market turbulence is starting to fade as miners become more optimistic about the commodity’s future.
- Xylem turns wastewater into part of the mining cycle
Xylem’s vision as a company is to help create a world where water issues are no longer a barrier to human health, prosperity and sustainable development. In the mining industry, this means creating solutions for the benefit of the mine, its village and the wider community it serves.
- Prospect Awards 2020: A time to reflect on the industry
With the announcement of the 2020 Prospect Awards looming, Australian Mining reached out to its sponsors to stay on the pulse of what’s happening in the industry.
- McLanahan supports major upgrade at Boggabri
A partnership forged over more than a decade has delivered a new way of maintaining and refurbishing crushing equipment at the Boggabri mine in New South Wales.
- Safely organising your workshop with Bend-Tech Engineering
Maintaining an organised and structured workshop will enhance efficiency and significantly reduce the likelihood of accidents resulting in injury to occur.
- CBC, NTN resolve critical bearing issue remotely for mining customer
Mining and mineral processing operations in Australia are highly dispersed, and in many instances, far from major support centres. Mining companies are compelled to maintain critical insurance spares to mitigate equipment failure downtime. However, there are still gaps in component part inventories such as bearings.
- Toughing it out with the NSK Super-TF bearings
Frequent bearing failures on a mine site’s conveyor system pulleys prompted specialists from BSC and NSK to carry out joint investigations to discover the cause. The Australian mine had been replacing the bearings every year, with replacements causing unexpected delays in the mine’s operations. After conducting vibration analysis on the bearings, followed by subsequent inspections, … Continue reading Toughing it out with the NSK Super-TF bearings
- Tasmanian mine finds cost-effective coupling alternative
By using the Lovejoy Quick-Flex couplings by Timken to replace existing grid type couplings on a stacker conveyor system, a WebsterBSC mining client was able to achieve significant cost-savings, while also reducing the installation and maintenance time.