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- Incremental encoder
Johannes Hübner Giessen is introducing an incremental encoder for explosive atmospheres in the heavy-duty sector. Explosive atmospheres are a special field in heavy industry subject to stringent safety requirements. With this in mind Johannes Hübner Giessen developed the incremental encoder Ex FG 40 for applications in extremely harsh environments and stringent explosion protection requirements. These … Continue reading Incremental encoder
- New range of greases for rolling bearings
Schaeffler has released a new range of FAG Arcanol greases to give rolling bearings a longer operating life and higher operational safety.
- The true tradie’s smartphone can withstand a Caterpillar
Caterpillar have released a smartphone designed specifically for miners and operators, one which you could even use as a very expensive road surface.
- Pirtek appointed exclusive distributor for Fast Fill systems
PIRTEK Fluid Transfer Solutions has been appointed as the exclusive Australasian distributor for American company Fast Fill Systems.
- Pioneering hydraulics just got a new name
The Sauer-Danfoss team is gearing up for an innovative future as part of Danfoss.
- NLT increases cap lamp light output
Northern Light Technologies (NLT) has announced revised documentation detailing the light output on four of their cap lamps, including the award-winning Polaris.
- Maptek launches new Vulcan modelling and design software
Maptek has launched its Vulcan 9 software, which includes new modelling and underground design.
- Cat launches new hoist brake for rope shovels
Caterpillar has released a new dynamic hoist brake with smart controller for its 7495 and 7495H electric rope shovels.
- GE’s ArcWatch technology enables simultaneous safety and reliability for electrical systems
ArcWatch is said to be the industry’s first technology to enable an electrical system design.
- Mining software company joins hands with London uni
Mining and exploration software provider Micromine has signed an academic agreement with the Camborne School of Mines (CSM) at the University of Exeter in the UK.
- Water powered drilling is proving its worth in an iron ore mine in Sweden
The mining industry is continually looking for new drilling solutions that enable them to mine deeper, faster and more narrowly.
- Kal Tire’s Mining maximise tyre invesment
At a time when reducing mine operating costs is a focus for many, extending the life of tyres and vehicles by keeping them operational is imperative.
- Vortex pump heads
Vanton have released a new thermoplastic vortex pump head designed to handle solid-laden acids and caustic materials.
- High Pressure Cleaning:
Toxfree’s range of high pressure cleaning services can be adapted and tailored to suit any industrial environment.
- Dragline Cleaning
Toxfree’s range of dragline and shovels maintenance includes the cleaning of pinion paths, swing bays, hoist and drag tunnels, propel areas, shoes, dyna vanes, and outside rollers.
- Kemppi provides safer welding
Welding equipment manufacturer Kemppi has launched a range of software based welding products for use with its FastMig and KempArc welding machines.
- Isolation the key to safety on site
Locksafe has been serving the mining industry in Australia for more than ten years, with clients in every area of the industry, and few companies without Locksafe devices on site.
- Peggys can get a helping hand from Karcher steam power
Camp life for a peggy is not as easy as it looks: They’ve got a lot to deal with. But Karcher’s steam cleaners can make the job easier and chemical free.
- 3M launches new mining product vending machine
3M has launched a new mining product vending machine to help control inventory and increase onsite productivity.
- A smart phone for dirty jobs
The new Galaxy S5 smartphone stands up to the elements with IP67 water- and dust-proofing certification