Schenck Process has strengthened how the company works with mining clients by taking a whole-of-life outlook to the screens it designs and supplies to the industry.
Australia’s top mining companies are driven by the ambition to become the biggest and best at what they do. With the help of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, a leading iron ore miner will have two of the biggest crushers in the country.
Metso has updated its crushing and screening mining stations with two modularised variants that aim to deliver lower capital expenditure.
Komatsu’s JOY Stamler reclaim feeders are a cost-effective way to feed and blend materials during the crushing and screening process.
For everything that has changed in the mining industry over the past decade Max Wijasuriya can find something that has stayed the same at Schenck Process.
Coal from run of mine (ROM), open cut or underground mines needs to be reduced to transportable and marketable product sizes.
The Weir Group has won a £100 million ($179.4 million) contract to provide a range of crushing and pump equipment to Fortescue Metals Group’s Iron Bridge iron ore project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Lincom Group’s high-performance Powerscreen Premiertrak 600 crusher has attracted five orders in the past 18 months. Australian Mining writes.
Thyssenkrupp is engaging its engineering prowess to make minerals processing more water, energy and space efficient. Australian Mining looks at how the company achieves this.
Feeder breakers and feeder/sizers are both used as primary crushing options in run-of-mine (ROM) coal crushing operations, however there are a number of reasons why the feeder breaker has become the ROM crusher of choice in coal.
Thyssenkrupp’s eccentric roll crusher is ready to change the game in both open pit and underground mines with its smart design, high capacity and energy efficiency.
H-E Parts International has secured a three-year contract to supply rotable transfer chutes, liners and refurbishment services at the Roy Hill mine site and port facility in the Pilbara, Western Australia
Lincom Group is an equipment provider almost as storied as the industries it serves; quarries, forestries, construction and mining companies are all well-served by the company’s expertise in the provision of screening and crushing equipment.
An investment in next generation crushing technology has boosted plant safety and efficiency for Boral in South Australia.
Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has partnered with EIRICH to build high capacity grinding mills.
Atlas Copco will launch its latest generation of its high output bucket crushers at this year’s Bauma event.
A redesign of discharge chutes at a copper mine has resulted in increased service life.
IROCK has launched new mobile jaw crushers for mining applications.
A Tonka truck and a mobile phone have helped solve the problem of oversized rocks and the damage they cause to crushing equipment.
Sedgman has been awarded a contract for crushing and conveyor works at BHP’s Jimblebar iron ore mine.