- Anglo American
- BHP Billiton
- Bowen Basin
- contract mining engineering and services
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Hunter Valley
- iron ore
- job cuts
- mergers and acquisitions
- minesite vehicles
- mining jobs
- New South Wales
- New Zealand
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Gasless Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Wires vs. MIG?
Welding in a workshop is an ideal situation for a tradesperson, with equipment they require at their disposal for fabrications, along with comfort and shelter from external elements. However, not all welding is possible under such ideal circumstances. A construction project requires a fair bit of planning and preparation to ensure all welds, especially those … Continue reading Gasless Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Wires vs. MIG?
- MineARC Innovation Committee Develops –First Portable Underground First Aid Station
As leaders in the field of emergency refuge and industrial safety, MineARC Systems has always placed a strong emphasis on research and development. Their Innovation Committee, consisting of qualified engineers and R&D advocates continually work to identify problematic areas and obstacles within the industry; developing unique solutions that help clients improve safety, reduce costs and … Continue reading MineARC Innovation Committee Develops –First Portable Underground First Aid Station
- Copper Vs Fibre Cabling- What’s the Real Story?
This free guide from AFC Group discusses the benefits of adopting GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) for mining, and the comparisons between FibreLAN solutions over traditional copper solutions.
- New Arafura Partnerships Set to Drive Rare Earth Commercialisation
In this free interview ahead of Strategic Metals and Rare Earths 2014, Arafura’s Managing Director, Gavin Lockyer, talks about the recent progress of the Nolans Rare Earth Project as well as engagement with China.
- Are You AS4772-2008 Compliant? New 2014 Legislation Explained
This free guide has been created to assist you in navigating through the new quick coupler legislation, to ensure your mine site doesn’t get caught out.
- Are the Dark Days Over for GPS Coverage?
In this free article, Jason Nitz, Newmont’s Superintendent for Fleet Management Systems, discusses the implementation of the Locata GPS high precision system and the marked improvements it has had on the site’s productivity.
- Does Size Matter for Miners? A New Era in Embedded Computing
This free whitepaper from Allied Data Systems examines the challenges of traditional computing Vs a new breed of computers that are migrating their way from the commercial arena for use in mining, that provide the latest technology, small size and extreme ruggedness.
- Overmolding: A Modern Solution for Mining’s Testing Environment
This free whitepaper examines the use of overmolding- commonly used to overcome this challenge, and assembled cordsets, offering a comparison of the technologies and providing a detailed description of the advantages offered with overmolded corsets.
- No More Pivot Wear with this One Maintenance Tip
Pivot wear in machinery is a well known problem, which results time and time again in breakdowns or stoppages, requiring expensive welding or line boring repairs.
This video from CPS Wear parts compares current pivot repair methods against the new Expander system, which eliminates welding and line boring, using pins, to permanently remove future wear problems.
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- Solving the Mine Site Communication Challenge: Free Whitepaper
This free white paper examines the challenges to reliable mine site communications, the risks of unreliable connectivity and how to tackle this challenge effectively and economically.
- A Maintenance Manager’s Guide to Improving Machine Uptime
What if we told you by improved diagnostics, you could predict and minimise the risk of unscheduled downtime?
This free guide from CAN Automotion examines the use of CBT2- a complete tool to test, diagnose and report on CAN Bus, as used in most mobile machines in mining. Enabling the user to connect to many different machines to interpret and identify any network, wiring or signal problem in advance- reducing the risk of machine failure and unplanned downtime.
- Is it Time to Assess Your Capital?
Australia’s mining industry is on the cusp of change. While investment in new mines is forecast to drop 40% over the next four years, mining operations are gearing-up for a ‘production boom’ – an upswing that is set to place increasing pressure on local companies to keep costs down, while increasing their operational efficiencies.
- Safety at its best
The pneumatic wrench, or rattle gun, is one of the most indispensable tools on any heavy construction or maintenance job, but for underground mining purposes a little more is needed in design to ensure workers are
safe in their duties.
- Air Springs responds to OEM machinery supply gap with cost-efficient actuator and isolator ranges that save time and money
Australia’s leading air spring supplier, Air Springs Supply Pty Ltd, is expanding its range of replacement parts integral to the reliable operation of OEM equipment widely used by mining, materials handling, mineral processing and quarry operations.
- The name for Material Handling in Mining and challenging environments
MHE-Demag sets the benchmark in design and durability of lifting equipment for even the most complex lifting applications, including explosion-proof; and most particularly in the tough and challenging environments typical of Mining applications.
- 5 disruptive trends that will change the face of logistics in 2016
Logistics is on the move; new technology and the advent of big data and mobile applications are changing the face of eCommerce fulfilment. We’ve put together 5 trends that will help businesses ensure their 2016 supply chain management goes ahead without a hitch.
- The keyless advantage
Commodity prices are dropping, and the situation is tough: according to PricewaterhouseCooper’s 2014 Aussie Mine report, miners who fail to respond effectively to the changes in the market are at acute risk of failure.
- Cut protection improves productivity
As profitability in the mining industry is increasingly subjected to challenges, it is essential for today’s operators to ensure that every link in the operational chain is functioning to the highest level in order to optimise productivity.
- Sensing and success in Oil and Gas
There is a broad range of sensors required on an oil rig, LNG terminal, and other critical settings involved in the resources industries sector. Below are a few types of sensors, and some reasons why expert advice is essential.
- Cut injuries slow production
Production output in the mining industry is predicated on the smooth functioning of machines, processes and people. The 24-hour cycle demands that operators run back-to-back shifts in order to realise full production potential and it only takes one incident to jeopardise the entire system.