FLSmidth achieved an important milestone this month in the Asia-Pacific region, with the opening of its new office in Indonesia. Officially opened April 12th, the office will be a hub for FLSmidth to serve its mining industry customers in Asia.
John Palavras has forged an extraordinary 20-year career with Coates, starting from humble beginnings as a sales coordinator, and rising to become a revered product specialist for the company’s Engineering Solutions team, which specialises in temporary works.
SKF is advocating for a predictive maintenance approach in the mining industry, which the company says will help miners make informed decisions in real time.
Hydraulic systems can be complex, but 70–80 per cent of all breakdowns of hydraulic and lubrication systems can almost always be linked back to fluid contamination, according to Fellipe Ramos, category manager for fluid power at Motion Australia.
Towering over almost every coal mining pit in Australia is a goliath of mining equipment – the walking dragline excavator.
Located near Queensland’s Central Coast, CBC Rockhampton keeps well stocked with industrial bearings solutions products that cater to mining customers in the surrounding region.
Mobile mining equipment is critical to the productivity of any underground mining operation, but it also presents some unique operational challenges concerning the service life capacity of driveshaft components.
Without question, mining is a dirty job. Raw product is caked with enough dirt to give a mud wrestler a run for their money.
In 1911, a 32-year-old mining engineer by the name of Charles Gates decided to channel his skills into componentry manufacturing, purchasing a humble business called The Colorado Tire and Leather Company.
Tega Losugen Australia’s range of products extend to screen media for the mining and aggregate processing sector, with an extensive range of screening solutions throughout the Optiscreen range.
Whether it’s an open-cut or underground site, the transfer for groundwater, runoff, and seeping is a critical process to prevent safety risks and interreference with fast-paced mining operations.
To improve process efficiency, lower expenses, and enable real-time monitoring and control of equipment, Australia’s mining sites are embracing innovative technologies such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), autonomous systems, digital twins, and operational intelligence.
Mackay is at the heart of Queensland’s mining industry, where resource extraction continues to boom, acting as a service hub for the surrounding Bowen and Galilee Basins. Every year, the Mackay Showgrounds come alive for the Queensland Mining Expo (QME), during which suppliers and visitors from around the country have an opportunity to interact face-to-face.
For over 43 years, CAPS Australia has been servicing the mining sector and others in the supply of compressed air and power generation solutions.
When an Industry 4.0 ready device is installed on a mine site, they need to be able to handle the extreme industry environment. If dust or water make their way into a splitter box, module or field master, it can damage the vital electronics within.
McLanahan outlines the four signs to look out that indicate that you may need a Multi-Stage Sampling System.
Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) is used by mining companies as a measure of effectiveness and are another reason why mine operators and planners are excited about DSO/Mine, AI-powered software.