Canadian Mining Journal

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    ORE SORTER: Tomra’s advanced technology can make green mining profitable

    August 12, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    GERMANY – Tomra’s advanced sensor-based sorting technologies offer mining operations the dual benefits of energy efficiency and the ability to recover valuable ore even from sub-economic deposits or dumps. This has become increasingly relevant as the mining industry – a

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    ANNIVERSARY: RPMGlobal celebrates 50 years

    August 8, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRISBANE, Australia – RPMGlobal has reached a significant milestone as the organization celebrates 50 years of delivering premier consulting and advisory services to the global mining industry. During this time, RPMGlobal has earned a strong reputation as the go-to technology

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    CONVEYORS: Launch of Aura IQ to revolutionize conveyor monitoring

    August 7, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRISBANE, Australia – With conveyors underpinning efficiency, and ultimately profitability in bulk handling operations around the globe, maintenance has traditionally been a real problem. Conventional methods of advanced conveyor failure detection is often unreliable, subjective, time consuming and labour intensive,

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    SCREENER-CRUSHER: Clay miner chooses ALLU attachment

    August 6, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    TENNESSEE – ALLU Transformer of East Brunswick, N.J.,. has placed one of its M 3-20 material processing attachments at a montmorillonite clay mine. The miner purchased the mine duty M Series screener-crusher attachment from ALLU to use with its Hitachi

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    PUMPING: GIW asks – do you know what Murphian particles are?

    August 1, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    GEORGIA – There is a tiny particle that can cause big problems for any slurry pumping operation. GIW Industries shares how to adjust transport velocity to avoid the issue. The answer to avoiding the issue comes from Reab Berry, former

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    SHOVELS: Cat upgrades drive systems for 7495 and 7495 HF

    July 31, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    ILLINOIS – Caterpillar has developed a drive system upgrade for Cat 7495 and 7495 HF electric rope shovels. The upgrade reconfigures the crawler undercarriage to allow drive shaft and tumbler replacement from the outboard side, which improves access and decreases

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    MINERAL PROCESSING: E+H Canada invests $28M for net zero centre in Canada

    July 30, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BURLINGTON, Ont. – Endress+Hauser Canada will build a new $28 million, Customer Experience Centre a stone’s throw from its current one in this city that will emphasize sustainability throughout while delivering a superior customer and employee experience. The new two-story

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    HOISTS: Hepburn supports DavyMarkham customers

    July 29, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    TORONTO – Hepburn Engineering has acquired all of the DavyMarkham Limited intellectual property assets. Davy Markham was a U.K.-based engineering firm that designed, manufactured and serviced hoists, winches, compensating sheaves and other hoisting related equipment for the global mining industry.

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    MONITORING: Instantel upgrades its calibration and repair service

    July 25, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    KANATA, Ont. – Instantel, maker of blast and vibration monitors, their attachments and cloud-based monitoring, has upgraded its calibration and repair service with several new features. Customers are advised that their login credentials will remain unchanged for most of the

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    PROBES: BinMaster level sensors that answer your probing questions

    July 24, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    NEBRASKA – BinMaster‘s capacitance probes are an affordable, flexible solution for level detection in bins, tanks and silos. Capacitance probes detect the presence or absence of material in contact with the probe by sensing minute changes (as low as 0.5 pF)

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    LIGHTING: Power use down, brightness up for LED lights

    July 23, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

      INDIANA – Hazard and warning lights are essential to ensure the visibility and safety of vehicles used in mining such as earth movers, bulldozers, excavators, off road trucks, etc.  Whether it’s directional lighting, strobes or clearance markers, these lights

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    CONTRACTING: SNC-Lavalin exits lump sum turnkey contracting

    July 22, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    MONTREAL – SNC-Lavalin Group has decided to exit the lump sum turnkey (LSTK) contracting sector. Instead the company’s resources (oil and gas and mining and metallurgy) and infrastructure construction will be reorganized into a separate business unit. The company says