LaseBVC is a high precise 3D-Laser measurement system that measures the bulk volume on a conveyor belt.
Researchers from Aalto University in Finland have found a new environmentally friendly method for increasing mineral recovery in minerals processing.
Diacon Australia pioneered its plastic conveyor guarding solutions more than 20 years ago and the company continues to offer a safer and more convenient option to steel alternatives.
Alfa Laval Australia mining & minerals key account manager, Paul Tuckwell, shares the capabilities of the company’s solid bowl centrifuges in overcoming challenges associated with the filtration and operation of tailings dams.
McLanahan’s rotary equipment offers proven performance and sophisticated designs for minerals processing applications in Australia.
Fenner Dunlop’s Brisbane branch is a central source for Australian-made conveyor products, idlers and pulley supply that supports customers across the country.
Minerals processing plants have entered a new frontier of data- and automation-based capabilities, while also improving their capabilities for delivering a reliable supply of refined resources.
Metso Outotec has launched a complete range of overland conveyors for long distance bulk material transportation that promises to save costs and energy consumption in mining applications.
FMR Investments was formed in 2007 when specialist hard rock underground mining services provider Barminco – founded in 1987, divested its contracting business.
thyssenkrupp’s wide range of mining industry offerings ensure world class, German & Australian engineered design and performance, along with a complete portfolio of digital solutions and services.
As Australia’s water supplies continue to plummet, mining companies are searching for new ways to process minerals without using a tailings dam. Alfa Laval offers an answer to this need with advanced dewatering solutions.
Mining companies have a role to play in reducing their environmental footprint. But this shouldn’t mean less efficiency for them. FLSmidth has solutions that offer both benefits.
Australian Mining speaks to comminution expert, Peter Erlynne, about how plant operators can get the best run from their crushers and avoid unnecessary downtime.
The European Commission has approved the proposed combination of Metso’s minerals business and Outotec, with the merger on track for completion in June.
With Minprovise’s all-encompassing skills in minerals processing, it is no surprise that the company is chasing a bigger goal: to be an end-to-end solution provider.
Metso and Outotec are on the verge of combining into a minerals processing powerhouse. Ben Creagh explores what this, along with Metso’s vision for autonomous mineral processing, means for mining.
Stephan Kirsch’s appointment as global president of Metso’s mining equipment business area in July came at an exciting time for the company.
Autonomous equipment has emerged in some areas of mining, but minerals processing remains a sector where uptake of the technology has been limited. That’s not to say it isn’t possible.
Rio Tinto has signed a five-year global equipment agreement with FLSmidth for the supply of fixed equipment, including minerals processing and materials handling technologies, spare parts, consumables, and maintenance, consultancy and professional services.
Metso’s proposed tie-up with Outotec Oyj has been approved at an extraordinary general meeting held by the company in Helsinki.