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- Safer Scrapers for the mining industry
Access to conveyor belt cleaning equipment can often be awkward and usually requires maintenance personnel to work in confined spaces. In many cases the work is also elevated, further adding to safety issues. So the pressure to perform maintenance efficiently and effectively can be difficult and dangerous. An innovative Australian-designed and engineered solution allowing scrapers … Continue reading Safer Scrapers for the mining industry
- The intelligent enterprise for the mining industry
By 2025, we expect that mining companies will monitor safety conditions for miners and the consumption of resources such as energy and water in real time. In this whitepaper, we have identified four strategic priorities that will keep the industry moving forward: ▪ Make the business more predictable, agile, and productive through automation ▪ Collaborate … Continue reading The intelligent enterprise for the mining industry
- ZI Cone Crusher Series: Increasing plant capacity and improving product shape
Production, innovation and efficiency are all a focus in mining. Minprovise outlines the benefits of increasing plant capacity by reducing the recirculating load that occupies usable volume in a circuit.
- Mine site rehabilitation
When you combine scientific research, highest quality materials and the latest application technology, astonishing results can be made. Growing vegetation on disturbed, depleted soil is almost impossible unless great care is taken to develop a strategy where all variables are considered. For extremely poor soils, hydromulching alone will not be effective. A tailored ameliorate program … Continue reading Mine site rehabilitation
- Metals, minerals & mining – how can you make your mine a smart mine?
With the fast-paced disruptive nature of technology, there is a need for a solution that evolves with the pace of technology while requiring minimal effort from the companies themselves.
- Quick cooling delivery enables innovative mining project to hit targets
PBE Ensham Operations prides itself on being at the forefront of underground automated mining technology, using remote equipment to ensure mine production is delivered efficiently, reliably and most importantly – safely.
- Five tips for deciding on electric or diesel dewatering pumps
Atlas Copco’s mobile electric variable speed drive (VSD) air compressors are the ideal solution when working in a low emission zone.
- The difference is Differential
Blasthole tagging is a time intensive process, prone to human error and operational delays are common. The ability to automatically detect blasthole location is a solution to this problem. Dyno Nobel’s Differential GPS (DGPS) technology delivers an enhanced spatial positioning accuracy, allowing to eliminate tag/log errors and improve on-bench efficiency. The key is precision. Standard … Continue reading The difference is Differential
- A guide to best-in-class employee benefits in mining
Attracting and retaining key talent is one of the greatest challenges for mining industry HR leaders. KPMG’s Australian mining risk forecast for 2020/21 report highlights this challenge as a growing risk for mining companies in the coming years. A comprehensive benefits program could help you become an employer of choice by boosting the lifestyles and … Continue reading A guide to best-in-class employee benefits in mining
- Kirkland Lake Gold case study
Kirkland Lake Gold LTD is a growing gold producer operating in Canada and Australia. KLG produced 974,615 ounces in 2019, with target production for 2020 of 1,350,000 – 1,400,000 ounces. This growth is being driven by their US$3.8 billion acquisition of Detour Gold Corp in 2019 and sees their position rise six spots to number … Continue reading Kirkland Lake Gold case study
- The intelligent enterprise for the mining industry
Until recently, a lack of pressure on margins and in some cases, a lack of competition, has insulated many mining companies from the volatility that has driven business transformation elsewhere.
- Monitoring gaps in axial piston pumps
Pumps are one of the crucial components in industrial process plants. Many types of pumps are available in the market and selecting a suitable pump will depend on the type of liquid to be pump, how far the liquid would travel and the volume of liquid to be moved. Axial piston pumps utilize the principle … Continue reading Monitoring gaps in axial piston pumps
- Optimising conveyor system performance in heavy industrial applications
Conveying systems are essential to any operation that requires the transport of bulk material. Despite their prevalence, conveyors pose the highest number of challenges for heavy industry applications. In fact, conveyor systems outrank every other asset in a mining operation in terms of reliability problems. This white paper provides an overview of the key challenges … Continue reading Optimising conveyor system performance in heavy industrial applications
- Optimal uptime: How a ‘plug and play’ solution provides high-scale condition monitoring at minimal cost for miners
Condition monitoring has become an essential service to the modern mine – not just as a means to prevent catastrophic machine failure, but to improve maintenance and the uptime of equipment. Typically, condition monitoring has been a costly undertaking, and one that has required considerable time and resources to set up, as well as specific … Continue reading Optimal uptime: How a ‘plug and play’ solution provides high-scale condition monitoring at minimal cost for miners
- Rock Drill Solutions and Services
Rock drills are a highly demanding component to design and manufacture. With decades of dedication and engineering work we engineer technology that improves your profitability and simplifies your operation. To watch the video, please fill out the form below:
- Eight Must-Haves for Effective Field Execution Management
When it comes to getting the most out of field technology on jobsites, there are several factors that come into play. Mobile field solutions must be designed to perform for crews, wherever the work takes them. They also need to have an easy, modern user interface. Plus, they must incorporate industry standard processes and organisational … Continue reading Eight Must-Haves for Effective Field Execution Management
- Environmental, health and safety technology overview for the Australian mining industry
In the first quarter of 2021, Australian Mining subscribers were invited to participate in an industry survey with the aim of gaining an understanding of how miners currently capture, analyse and report on Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) to manage risks and improve their operational performance.
- Bridging the digitisation gap
Gain insights on how to bridge siloed-project thinking to move to strategic, broader business benefit outcomes from one of Australia’s most successful connectivity transformations.
- The original Wichita clutch: Don’t settle for inferior non-genuine replicas
Wichita Clutch manufactures the original heavy-duty clutches and brakes designed to withstand the rigours of a wide range of industrial applications worldwide.
- Designing the future mine: How mining and process companies can harness the best of automation technology
While automation has been widely used in mining for decades, it has typically been adopted in silos. This whitepaper discusses why integration is essential to realising the full benefits of automation.