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Ultra-deep bores find their match
Crusader Hose has refused to bow down to the ever-increasing water pressures on mine sites. The company has demonstrated how to efficiently achieve mine dewatering with the development of Flexibore 400 series hose.
Advancing automated drilling solutions in COVID times
COVID-19 has forced industry to do things differently and the METS sector has been no exception.
Local engineering, expertise allow for low-risk manufacturing
McLanahan continues to provide customised solutions to allow mining companies to realise the benefits of local manufacture compared with overseas manufacture and supply.
Kinder delivers seal of approval
To prevent hazardous liquid and bulk solid leakages, Kinder Australia’s K-Magna Range provides exceptional, quick and easy repair for worn-out steel equipment in a mining plant.
Titan, WebsterBSC help lift the heavy weights for Nyrstar Hobart
As Craig Johnson, a mechanical team leader at one of the world’s largest zinc smelters, Nyrstar, leads his team through everyday challenges of lifting heavy rigging equipment and supplies, he knows he can rely on the quality of the lifting products the team puts to work: The Titan range of lifting and rigging products.
Rexnord, CBC join forces to keep mine in motion
Extreme industrial applications demand gear drives that perform reliably every day. So when Andrew Sirl, a CBC Technical Services Manager, learned that his customer, a major South East Asian mining operation, was running an outdated gear reducer on their reclaim water pumps, he proposed an upgrade. The mining operation, as Andrew explains, was using an … Continue reading Rexnord, CBC join forces to keep mine in motion
Mine site monitoring made easy and accessible
Position Partners market development manager for deformation monitoring, Andrew Jones, discusses how to overcome challenges involved with effective mine site monitoring.
Thejo’s end-to-end optimisation of Australian mines
Thejo Australia has set its sights on becoming a one-stop-shop for engineered solutions and maintenance for the Australian mining and materials handling industries as it rolls out a range of new products and services.
Making the grade
Byford Equipment is a reliable industry partner when it comes to the design, manufacture and delivery of food grade stainless steel road tankers.
Can Latin Resources’ JORC take it up to Andromeda?
Latin Resources (LRS) has continued to release exceptional results from its maiden air-core drilling program at the Noombenberry halloysite-kaolin project in Western Australia.
Rio Tinto optimises life for Cat D11T with strategic planning
In any operation, the need to remove a key asset for nine weeks makes a significant impact on delivering on production targets. When that asset is a powerhouse in mining applications, a Cat D11T dozer, strategic forward planning is critically important.
Shielding bearings from silica dust
While the adverse effects of silica dust on human health are well documented, it is a less known fact that the product – often found in mining, quarrying, and recycling industries – can also have detrimental impacts on machine components. This was confirmed by engineers from BSC as they were studying the root cause of frequent bearing … Continue reading Shielding bearings from silica dust
Dialling up workplace safety and culture
Fenner Dunlop general manager of safety, training & technical Vicki Wust has enjoyed a fulfilling career highlighted by how she has accelerated greater safety awareness and skills at the company.
Communication pivotal to RINGSPANN’s success
RINGSPANN has set high ambitions for growth in Australia with the company aiming to expand by 25 to 30 per cent by 2025. The company tells Australian Mining about its plans.
A breath of fresh air in a challenging market
Atlas Copco’s range of innovative products and services have continued to meet the demands of Australia’s mining industry despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diacon delivers versatile conveyor guards
Diacon Australia pioneered its plastic conveyor guarding solutions more than 20 years ago and the company continues to offer a safer and more convenient option to steel alternatives.
Elphinstone drives underground vehicle expertise deeper
Major Caterpillar OEM Elphinstone continues to deliver innovative and reliable underground support vehicles for hard rock mining after 45 years.
Bridging the mine connectivity gap
Mine operators are constantly hit by unique challenges that create a number of network technology barriers which affect their operational efficiency. Aqura Technologies has developed an innovative solution to help companies in this area.
An unspoken pioneer of resources communications
The development and integration of private long-term evolution networks across Australia’s resources sector has been a major work-in-progress for the industry. Challenge Networks is best-in-class to change that.
A guide to gland packing selection and installation
It’s easy to disregard the importance of humble components such as gland packings in multi-million-dollar mining equipment. After all, these are among products that are truly cherished only when something goes wrong.