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Slipform construction used for $97m Picton flour mill by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 09:45 AM
A major new flour mill in Picton – the first greenfields project of its type in NSW in 50 years – has used slipform concrete construction, a first for the industry.
A guide to slipform construction by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 09:49 AM
The Australian designed Self Climbing Electro-Hydraulic Slipform System may be defined as a method of continuously moulding or forming concrete with the use of a moving formwork.
GrainCorp gets rolling stock boost by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 09:51 AM
GrainCorp has welcomed NSW Government agreement for ownership and management of the state’s branch line, or “broad acre”, trains to pass to it, the agribusiness said in June.
Flinders Ports luring clients with purpose-built facilities by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 09:58 AM
Flinders Ports in late April opened a $6m, 2,500 square metre shed capable of storing 15,000-20,000 tonnes of zinc concentrates. It adjoins Berth 29, a bulk shipping wharf where a $4m shiploader has just been commissioned. John Satterley reports.
Siemens introduces Frozen Charge Shaker at Brazilian mine by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 10:04 AM
Siemens has introduced a new technology – the Frozen Charge Shaker – that avoids interruption of production for removal of a solidified charge attached to a mill shell. The innovation is saving Kinross Gold time and money.
Transmin develops control system for grapples by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 10:36 AM
Transmin, a successful mining equipment design company based in Perth, says it has developed an innovative control system for grapples destined for two large waste recycling plants in the United Kingdom.
Welding defects, causes and correction by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 10:41 AM
Welding defects can greatly affect weld performance and longevity. Having an understanding of the various defects, their causes and remedies can help to ensure higher-quality and longer lasting welds. This article details some of the more common welding defects, their causes and possible preventative and corrective measures.
Powder handling equipment improves filtration at desalination plant by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 10:44 AM
A US desalination plant has improved its handling of a silica powder type substance with a system provided by Flexicon.
Aerobelt steps in to remedy grain terminal conveyor woes by Australian Bulk Handling Review — last modified Jul 31, 2009 12:07 PM
When commissioning of air-supported conveyors at a grain terminal in Southern China ran awry, Aerobelt – which passed on the job at the tender stage – was brought in to remedy the situation.
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