Mining Products & Services Directory

The mining industry throws up a lot of challenges… and now you’ve found the best source for your supply needs - wherever you are in Australia. From mining equipment to fire protection … security products and services to lighting. Suppliers for mining equipment are comprehensively listed including explosives, air equipment, contractors for special materials handling and construction equipment as well as measurement and testing providers. Safety is a key issue in the industry and the directory covers occupational health and safety, fire protection suppliers, waste treatment as well as security products and services and traffic management initiatives.

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Budget investments maintain Queensland's lead on southern states

Treasurer Curtis Pitt says the first two Budgets of the Palaszczuk Government investing in job-creating major projects has helped Queensland maintain its lead over NSW and Victoria in the latest Deloitte Access Economics’ Investment Monitor.

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Have your say on modifications to the Bulga coal mine

A proposal by Bulga Coal Management Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Glencore, for modifications to the Bulga coal mine will be on exhibition from today for community consultation.

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Have your say on modifications to the Bulli Seam Operations Project

Have your say on modifications to the Bulli Seam Operations Project

A proposal by South32 Illawarra Coal to make modifications to the Bulli Seam Operations at Appin and West Cliff Mines will be on exhibition from today for community consultation.

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$60 billion industry passes another milestone

Treasurer Curtis Pitt welcomed the latest news from the state's $60 billion liquefied natural gas industry, with APLNG having successfully farewelled its first shipment to a major Japanese customer.

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$50 million Whyalla steelworks South Australia commitment

The South Australian government is committing $50 million to support the new owners of Whyalla steelworks.

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Rum Jungle rehabilitation program $10 million extension

The Northern Territory government has announced an allocation of $10 million to continue rehabilitation planning at the Rum Jungle Uranium mine site.

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Tender awarded for Pioneer mine works

The Northern Territory government has awarded a contract to Tangentyere Constructions to complete works at Pioneer mine.

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Agreements reached for Carmichael mine

The Queensland government has announced that all landholders for the Carmichael coal project have come to an agreement.

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Storefront News

New high speed Eddy current displacement sensors

Bestech Australia introduces the new eddyNCDT 3001 and 3005 eddy current sensors that measure displacement, distance, position, oscillations and vibrations at high speeds of up to 100kHz.

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Large External Mix Spray Nozzles Coat, Cool, Treat and Paint

EXAIR’s new 1/2" large external mix spray nozzles atomise fluids up to 1,147L (303 gallons) per hour. External mix nozzles are great where a high volume of liquid is needed.

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Infrared guided measurement (IGM™)

Many industry professionals today rely on test and measurement tools for electrical and mechanical repairs, industrial plant maintenance, HVAC troubleshooting and electronic testing.

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Protective Housing SGHF-HT for optoNCDT laser displacement sensors

Sensors are exposed to adverse conditions in numerous applications. In the past, the sensor's sensitive electronics could only be used at temperatures of up to 50 °C at a maximum.

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Confined Space- A death trap in waiting

A confined space is an enclosed location that is not intended for human occupancy that may include a restricted means of entry or exit.

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WA Major Projects Conference concludes successfully

More than 300 people gathered at the 7th Annual WA Major Projects Conference last week to review some of the state’s largest and most significant major projects taking place across the state.

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