Sandvik Mining and Construction
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Sandvik mobile crushers and screens made their first appearance at Hillhead as one company following the acquisition of Fintec and Extec in 2007.
The Sandvik product offering provides solutions for virtually any application, and encompasses such diverse businesses areas as surface rock quarrying, excavation, tunnelling, demolition,...
The TY24 is an economical rock drill designed for long-hole drilling.
Sandvik Mining and Construction are currently introducing a completely new Basic Line of breakers to be available as an option alongside their established well proven high-performance BR Line.
Due to recent growth in the business JOD Haulage have invested in new crushing and screening equipment.
Sandvik Mining and Construction is currently introducing a completely new Basic Line of breakers to be available as an option alongside their established well proven high performance BR Line.
The new Sandvik SC screen is an inclined screen with circular motion.
For a number of years Sandvik have been consolidating more features into fewer drill-bit models in order to widen each bit’s application range.
HAVING briefly switched allegiance to a competitive hammer brand, the purchase of a Sandvik BR4511 hydraulic breaker has marked a welcome return for Somerset-based quarry operators Morris &...
RF Aggregates (South West) Ltd are using a Sandvik BR4511 as a safe, productive and environmentally sound alternative to blasting at a newly acquired quarry in Paignton, Devon. Mounted on a...
Demolition company Lawson Group Ltd have been feeling the crush rather than the crunch, as they have expanded their range of plant with the purchase of a Sandvik Qj330 jaw crusher.
Bien Hoa Building Materials Production and Construction Company (BBCC) have received a two-year extension for their granite quarry in Bien Hoa, some 32km east of Ho Chi Minh City.
The first Sandvik-branded mobile screen to be commissioned in Australia was successfully handed over to SEE Civil (South East Excavations) who operate two quarries owned by McGeary Bros at Wardell...