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- Rare earths to leave global rarity behind
Rare earths have become an emerging part of the Australian mining scene as these ingredients for a greener future have increased in demand. Australian Strategic Materials and Hastings Technology Metals reveal their prospects in this space. Vanessa Zhou writes.
- Monitoring slow rotating equipment with vibration analysis
Read about how condition monitoring helped an iron ore exporter in Western Australia prevent bearing failure and avoid a costly downtime.
- Dawn of a new gold operation
Greatland Gold has appointed Shaun Day as its chief executive officer at a time when the company is looking to push the Havieron joint venture towards production. Nickolas Zakharia writes.
- Processing solutions pump out innovation
Minerals processing plants have entered a new frontier of data- and automation-based capabilities, while also improving their capabilities for delivering a reliable supply of refined resources.
- Apprentices, STEM students key to filling future mining roles
Resources industry workers will be in high demand over the next five years as project activity ramps up across Australia. Salomae Haselgrove investigates where these jobs will be and how the sector plans to fill them.
- Precise drilling with state-of-the-art rig
Epiroc’s Boomer M20 offers the latest in design and technology to enable a more accurate, productive and safer underground drilling operation.
- Translating Japanese expertise into greater productivity
Minprovise has been a step ahead in the industry by bringing the first two Japanese-made ZI-2100 cone crushers into Australia. Australian Mining looks at the crusher’s winning features.
- A new approach to sealing conveyor pulley housings
Ever since introducing the Scorpion seals for mining conveyor pulleys over a decade ago, CBC Australia engineers have been constantly improving the design features of the seals.
- Safeguarding mining operations in cyberspace
As the mining industry evolves with new technologies, digital transformation provider ASG Group explains why robust cyber security is a necessity.
- Delivering real-time mineral processing solutions
Blue Cube Systems’ Australian 2021 re-launch will focus on driving client growth by selling and supporting fast in-line mineral analysers for mineral benefaction applications in the Australasian region.
- Industry workhorse in shoulder ballast maintenance
Loram’s high performance (HP) shoulder ballast cleaner (SBC) is the industry’s proven performer for heavy haul, freight and commuter railroads.
- Safe area monitoring for equipment
In an increasingly automated industry, Pilz Australia enhances the safety of mining equipment with its radar detection solution.
- SKF-Lincoln grease injector raises mining productivity
SKF and JSG Industrial Systems have unveiled the latest generation single automatic lubrication system injector, the SKF-Lincoln SL-6, for the highest performance.
- Sensing technologies overcome mining hurdles
Hummingbird has risen to meet industry challenges with bespoke sensor solutions, demonstrating the flexibility and power of these devices in today’s mining industry.
- AMCAP Midlife Service Kits benefit Roy Hill
Roy Hill has used AMCAP Industrial’s Dump Truck Midlife Service kit to deliver safer ways to conduct business, while also improving workplace productivity and reducing costs.
- Webinar recording: Autonomous systems, from idea to operation
Hear from industry experts on how autonomous systems are being leveraged in the mining sector, from idea to operation.
- Case study: Remote asset monitoring made easy with Chesterton Connect
Assets aren’t always neatly located and easily accessible. Very often, and especially in vast or remote regions, such as are typical in Australia, elements of mining or other industrial processes are, by necessity, sited many kilometres away from the main action.
- Human vibration: addressing a less spoken about hazard
Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists experts reveal what mining companies can do to mitigate human vibration exposure and reduce back injuries while their employees operate on the bumpy ground of mine sites.
- Thinking inside the box: Broken screen diagnoses
Tyler Engineered media manager, Haver & Boecker Niagara, Steve Fair, outlines ways a minerals processing operation can reduce downtime.
- E*STAR connector ensures reliability at all times
Austin Powder has launched new connectors for the E*STAR electronic initiation system, featuring innovative capabilities that ensure ease of use and safety in harsh conditions.