Air Springs Supply has released Marsh Mellow springs, a maintenance-free alternative to metal springs that do not require lubrication and will not suffer permanent compression.
Mineral processing technology company Haver & Boecker has launched to the Australian market its Niagara Scalper screening system.
MIT researchers attempting to create a new battery have uncovered a new way to produce antimony, as well as smelting other metals.
The University of Queensland has worked with Rio Tinto to create a new way to process bauxite ores.
McLanahan has released the MD Vibratory Screen line of vibrating screens; compact, high capacity, dry screening unit for minerals.
The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum has released an initial report into a fatal incident where a worker was crushed by a gantry bridge.
Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has partnered with EIRICH to build high capacity grinding mills.
A new program is providing greater insights into minerals processing than ever before.
The University of South Australia and Centrex Metals are developing the use of molten salt technology in mineral processing to minimise energy and water costs.
A three step method to maximise output and lift efficiency. Haver & Boecker Australia’s operations manager Jan Averhaus writes.
RCR has been awarded $108 million in construction contracts from MMG and Rio Tinto.
Brazilian company New Steel have developed a new dry iron ore processing method to make mining more environmentally sustainable.
Veolia Water Technologies have developed the sulphate removal technology LoSO4 to treat wastewater from mining operations for discharge or reuse.
Superior Industries have launched a new set of standard designs for its portable processing plants including a Guardian Screen Plant and Aggre-dry Wash Plant.
Toro Energy’s early benefication testwork at its Wiluna uranium mine has resulted in massive grade increases.
GE and FLSmidth have partnered to create develop the minerals processing Industrial Internet of Things.
A complex site constraint combined with tight project stipulations saw an innovative approach in PNG.
Ausenco has been awarded a $91 million gold processing plant contract.
OZ Minerals is ramping up work on its massive Carrapateena copper deposit, with decline construction slated for the coming months.
Doray Minerals has begun commissioning its new processing plant at its Deflector gold mine. The company has started the first stage of the commissioning process for the 480ktpa plant, with contractor GR Engineering Services working on the crushing circuit to prepare for the first parcels of waste material being fed into the crusher. Commissioning of … Continue reading Doray commissions processing plant at Deflector