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Yearly Archives: 2017

Different Methods of Quarrying

Even from a distance, you can hear quarrying equipment grinding rocks. The crushing jaws are cracking the quarried material while the deposited stones are conveyed to a screening station. Sorted and classified, the different flinty pebbles are stacked, loaded, and dispatched. Back at the dusty processing line, different quarrying methods are in action. We’re in […]

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How Brute Force Feeders and Grinding Makes for Efficient Mining Process

Technological solutions may enhance mining operations, but that doesn’t mean the traditional excavating methods are going extinct. To the contrary, brute force feeders are still grinding away behind the vibratory screeners and automated subsystems. They provide momentum, a primary energy front that moves the mineral stream forward. Built from moving weights and steel-reinforced assemblies, this […]

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Iron Ore Minerals: How Are They Extracted?

A planet without iron would be a very hard place to live in, right? All of the steel backbones in our skyscrapers would be gone. Durable automobile parts would be next to impossible to manufacture, and what about heavy lifting machinery? No, none of these industrial products could exist, not without this ferrous element. Iron […]

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Mining Equipment Manufacturer and Supplier for Australia and Asia

You don’t have to be a professional in the mining industry to know that the job can be tough, the hours long, and the equipment important. From the outside looking in, we can see that every company that dares to go into industrial mining will need to absolutely have high quality supplies, workers, and machinery […]

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ROCK CRUSHING METHOD AND SEPARATING GOLD FROM ORES

Rock crushing methods occupy entire chapters in mining textbooks. Known colloquially as ‘Comminution,’ the rock chewing science describes a series of dynamic engineering procedures, with crushing jaws acting as the core of this equipment group. They’re the primary line, the most robust, alloy-reinforced gear in the whole mining complex. Watch as comminution technology breaks down […]

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MINING PROCESSING: SEPARATING METALS FROM MUD

Mining operations are bent on releasing piles of precious metal from walls of dirt, but a liquid ally is settling in for the long haul. That’s right, water and dirt mix, then they form a sea of mud. Like a living thing, the red and brown sludge sucks at worker legs. It also coats the […]

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DO MINING COMPANIES NEED WASHING EQUIPMENT?

Primary crushers are breaking down boulder-sized rocks. Further down the same processing line, dry screening decks are segregating minerals. Curiously, there’s a different process operating further along the equipment train. This is the wet screening gear, the washing equipment that uses water to wash away fine grains and aggregate waste. Do mining companies need washing […]

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HOW AUSTRALIAN MINING EQUIPMENT HAS EVOLVED OVER THE YEARS

The Australian mining industry has evolved at a brisk pace. In the beginning, a phrase that precedes all truly prodigious tales, a borrowed tin dish was all that it took to wash grains of gold free from the river sand. Industrial scalability could hardly rely on river sieving, though, so harnessed pit ponies and strong […]

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MINING EQUIPMENT MACHINERY AND HAZARDS THAT MINERS MUST KNOW

Mining equipment is like no other machinery known to man. In a machine shop, a press is at work, stamping out metal sheets. In an iron foundry, heavy materials are being processed. Absolutely, with no hint of contention, these are hazardous work places. A mine, however, is top-heavy with machine hazards, the likes of which […]

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HOW DOES A STONE CRUSHING PLANT WORK?

Dictionary definitions don’t give stone crushing plants the credit they deserve. Sure, the crushing jaws break boulders into smaller rocky chunks, but they do so with a measure of raw destructive power that defies description. Just how does the heavy-duty equipment employ these compressive forces? How does a stone crushing plant work? Well, before going […]

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