- Anglo American
- BHP Billiton
- Bowen Basin
- contract mining engineering and services
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Hunter Valley
- iron ore
- job cuts
- mergers and acquisitions
- mining jobs
- New South Wales
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Six ways rugged tablets are changing mining
According to PR Newswire’s Global Rugged Tablet Market – Forecasts from 2017 to 2022 report, there is increasing uptake of mobile technologies by industry.
- How PC-based control seamlessly combines automation and process technology
This white paper discusses how an integration of two automation concepts in the process technology market could provide companies with an ideal solution. While traditional PLC-based systems were optimised predominantly for short cycle times as a replacement for complex relay technology in machine controls, DCS (Distributed Control Systems) for classic PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) closed-loop … Continue reading How PC-based control seamlessly combines automation and process technology
- Detect and prevent costly conveyor belt damage
CONTI® MultiProtect monitors the belt continuously as a permanent installation, analysing the magnetic characteristics of the conveyer belt and alarming when it detects a longitudinal rip, cord damage and deviations in the splice, all visible on demand from your nominated desktop, laptop or through alerts issued to site operational systems, email or SMS. To download … Continue reading Detect and prevent costly conveyor belt damage
- Keeping conveyor belts on track
When a conveyor belt is not properly aligned it can rub and wear against the surrounding structures which eventually results in severe damage to the conveyor belt, as well as the idler frames and conveyor structure itself. In their column this issue, Dyna Engineering’s Managing Director, Graeme Greaves, explains the latest innovations and developments available … Continue reading Keeping conveyor belts on track
- Insight core: Turning welding data into dollars
There are many reasons why companies want to improve the productivity or quality of their welding operations, but real improvements aren’t achievable without quality data.
- Innovation and convergence in mining communications
Much like the strata of rock visible in a mine, modern mining communications rest on layers of communications technologies, introduced over time to improve the safety, efficiency and productivity of mining operations.
- Improving haul road conditions: ‘You see an immediate effect’
When it comes down to it, there are two reasons why mining customers have to replace tyres: wear rate and premature damage. At most mine sites, significant resources go into sourcing the right tyre compound and rotating tyres to promote even tyre wear. But what if, after all that, the operator hits a rock and … Continue reading Improving haul road conditions: ‘You see an immediate effect’
- DYNA Engineering offers a unique solution for conveyor carryback
Dyna Engineering recognises the importance of keeping conveyor belts clean in order to ensure good working operation and productivity are maintained.
- Australia is poised for a new era of mining growth
In the wake of the mining downturn, the industry has recovered to re-affirm its place as a major driver of the Australian economy. The coming years will reinforce this position as dozens of projects or expansions develop into Australia’s next generation of mines. In the Australian Government’s latest report on resources, more than 25 mining … Continue reading Australia is poised for a new era of mining growth
- Capturing the Industry 4.0 payoff in mining
Industry 4.0’s principles have much to offer the mining sector in regards to interoperability, information transparency, decentralised decision making and technical augmentation.
- McLanahan delivers feeder breaker, DDC sizers to Queensland coal mine
In early 2018, McLanahan Corporation delivered three stages of crushing equipment to Byerwen Mine on behalf of one of its long-term customers.
- The digital mine: How to implement predictive maintenance
This white paper discusses how a mining company can benefit from actionable data, namely in an operation’s approach to maintenance and asset management.
- Delivering the impossible
Malcolm Thompson Pumps’ dedicated engineering and design team worked to a tight deadline of five working days to design, manufacture and supply a custom built ISO Pump for a Newcastle-based mining services company.
- Conveyor performance: How to optimise belt tracking systems and prevent downtime
This white paper discusses the causes of belt mistracking and provides an insight into how to identify the causes, and which devices or systems can be used to prevent mistracking.
- DigitalBRIDGE: Power and high-speed data for the underground mine
Strata Worldwide’s DigitalBRIDGE, powered by RFI Technology Solutions, is a point-to-multipoint Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) digital network for underground applications. It delivers both power and high speed data over a single coaxial cable to any location where digital end-point devices are desired. Simple to install and maintain, DigitalBRIDGE provides data speeds and capabilities that are comparable to … Continue reading DigitalBRIDGE: Power and high-speed data for the underground mine
- Intov8 takes tech to the core of the mine site
Software company Intov8 is set to keep pace with the industry’s continued automation push in 2019 with its flagship Corvus software.
- Severe tonnages – No match for heavy-duty impact beds
Flexco partnered with SIMEC mining in South Australia to bring together a case study outlining the solutions which helped the facility combat their excessive iron ore spillage levels.
- A guide to hydraulic hoses and coupling
While the success of a hydraulic fluid conveyance system weighs heavily on its design, the assembly of the fluid lines is just as important to the longevity and success of the system.
- Minprovise grows site service capabilities twofold in just one year
The Western Australia-based product, services and engineering provider has grown consistently and progressively since being established in 2004 and its commitment to site service is just the latest example of this.
- Strata’s Hazard Avert leads the way in safety
With close range, confined areas and machinery traveling in reverse all proven to have the highest rate of accidents; Strata Worldwide’s HazardAvert has been designed to excel in these environments.