Thursday 25th Apr, 2019
The new CEMA standard provides a uniform method for determining the application class of any belt conveyor. Photo: Martin Engineering

CEMA standard allows comparison of belt cleaners

Belt cleaner manufacturer Martin Engineering has contributed to a new standard for conveyor belt cleaners which it believes helps users…
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DF well advanced on $1.47bn EPC for Roy Hill

Spanish engineering giant Duro Felguera, now internationalised to the acronym DF, is winding down its Perth project office as it…
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Titanium and tantalum powders for 3D printing and tech sector

Metalysis, a small metal producing company based in Sheffield in the UK, is commercialising an electrolysis technology which it believes…
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Transfer points: Where productivity is really on the line

Material transfer points can make or break sites’ productivity. With low commodity prices crunching profits, the need for well performing…
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Powder handling system rejuvenated at Fletcher International

A powder handling system that ran for 11 years from 1997, handling limestone and soda ash, has been refurbished and…
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Keech using 3D printing to halve product development time

Keech’s new 3D printing capability enables its product development team to make models of custom components, using feedback collected directly…
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Forensic analysis a key to root cause of failures

Forensic engineering consulting specialist Soto Group says a pattern is emerging where savvy mining companies initially engage the organisation for…
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Bradken-built wagons in Kwinana, WA. Photo: Bradken

Bradken merger talks still on table despite market unease

Consumables supplier Bradken has said merger talks with Chilean outfit Magotteaux are still on the table, as the former announced…
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