• Service a key component of Liebherr milestones

    February 17, 2021 0 comment

    Last year will be remembered by all, but particularly Liebherr-Australia. The original equipment manufacturer’s service department achieved multiple milestones, proving that aftersales is not an afterthought for the company.

  • Kubria crusher puts simple operations within grasp

    February 17, 2021 0 comment

    The strength of thyssenkrupp’s Kubria Cone Crusher lies in its Kubriamatic control system. Australian Mining looks at this all-in-one robust machine and what it can do to cater to the individual requirements of mining companies.

  • Fenner Dunlop gauges conveyor belt performance with BeltGauge

    February 15, 2021 0 comment

    Fenner Dunlop explains how its iBelt technology solutions such as BeltGauge and Digital Hub are helping mining companies take earlier action to prevent conveyor belt damage and access monitoring results in real time.

  • A culture reflected by accolades

    February 15, 2021 0 comment

    Minprovise has earned two industry certifications that only nine other Australian companies hold, allowing the company to move onto larger and more complex resources industry projects.

  • Bespoke design software electrifies cost, time savings

    February 12, 2021 0 comment

    EPLAN P8 and Ecodesign’s ESG software open the door for more efficient electrical and control designs across heavy industries such as mining.

  • The coming age of preconcentration

    February 12, 2021 0 comment

    The Brisbane-based Cooperative Research Centre focussed on Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE) has introduced a suite of technologies that could integrate the value of preconcentration into an entire mining value chain.

  • Living on the cutting edge

    February 10, 2021 0 comment

    Mining is a deep-rooted business, with the oldest known mine in Africa having been active during the Stone Age 43,000 years ago. Haver & Boecker Niagara fast forwards to today, discussing how embracing diagnostics technology maximises plant productivity.

  • Moving water across great Australian distances

    February 10, 2021 0 comment

    Moving a scarce resource like water to its intended, remote destination is no easy feat in Australia. Steel Mains discusses what it takes to get this job done right the first time.

  • Rolling the competition

    February 9, 2021 0 comment

    Weir Minerals’ Enduron High Pressure Grinding Rolls can unlock improved productivity and efficiency gains through its technical capabilities. 

  • Laser sharp measurements for haul trucks

    February 8, 2021 0 comment

    LASE’s LaseTVM high precision volumetric bulk material measurement systems promise an accurate and cost-effective solution for mining payload measurements. Accurate measurements of bulk materials in a mining operation are vital in ensuring the correct amount of product is being hauled. Incorrect readings can lead to inflated costs, which can have repercussions across the entire operation … Continue reading Laser sharp measurements for haul trucks

  • Fenner Dunlop gauges conveyor belt performance with BeltGauge

    February 5, 2021 0 comment

    Fenner Dunlop explains how its iBelt technology solutions such as BeltGauge and Digital Hub are helping mining companies take earlier action to prevent conveyor belt damage and access monitoring results in real time.

  • Miners act on unacceptable dust exposures

    February 3, 2021 0 comment

    While the focus for many has been on the reduction of dust exposure limits across Australia, experts from Australia’s leading professional association for occupational hygienists challenge the mining sector to shift its attention to the effectiveness of dust controls implemented in the workplace.

  • How to choose the right hydraulic hose

    February 2, 2021 0 comment

    The hose is a crucial component in any hydraulic system. Whether setting up a new hydraulic system or updating an existing one, selecting the right hose for the application is key to its performance.

  • Overcoming the challenge of extreme temperatures

    February 2, 2021 0 comment

    Heat stress management in mining, a sector highly exposed to hot climate conditions and the threats of climate change, is benefitting from the use of advanced technologies. Experts from the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists discuss the development.

  • Chipatronic gives mining vehicles eyes everywhere

    February 1, 2021 0 comment

    Safe to Work finds out how Chipatronic is visually arming mining companies with advanced camera systems designed to improve safety, productivity and compliance.