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Maintenance & Repair

23 September 2014 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the September 2014 issue of Quarry Management as Raising the Standard Chris Gordon of Buck & Hickman outlines the operational and commercial benefits of MRO standardization...
02 September 2014 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the August 2014 issue of Quarry Management as Walking the Belt Martin Engineering explain how their Walk the Belt programme can reduce costs and improve safety One of the...
03 January 2014 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the December 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Spick and Span DISAB BagVac proves a sound investment for Longcliffe Quarries Longcliffe Quarries, one of the UK’s...
Tagged in: DISABDust Control
02 January 2014 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the December 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Hurricanes in Turkey Akçansa Group’s Büyükçekmece cement plant benefits from Big Blaster Hurricane air cannons from Martin...
Tagged in: Martin Engineering
28 November 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the November 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Upping the Interval Kleenoil  By-Pass Filtration discuss how extending oil drain intervals on mobile plant can lead to...
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as ALCAMiE in Action Fuel and maintenance are seen as the key areas for fleet operators in quarrying to find efficiencies. Simon...
Tagged in: Babcock
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Prevention Better than Cure How effective is planned maintenance as a way of saving money? Martin Jackson, global custom care...
Tagged in: CDE Group
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Automatically Efficient The days of manual lubrication are long gone. Today, automatic lubrication systems lubricate and protect...
Tagged in: SKF
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Grease is the Word Rebuilt Caterpillar 990 proves the worth of automatic lubrication as pins and bushings still look like new...
Tagged in: Groeneveld
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Mounting Matters Correct bearing mounting cuts costs on cement roller press The correct mounting and dismounting of rolling-...
28 October 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
First published in the October 2013 issue of Quarry Management as Splitting the Difference Standard bearing types are costing the extraction industries dearly. Adrian Menzies, sales and marketing...
Tagged in: RevolvoBearings
30 August 2013 | Maintenance & Repair
Over 2 million tonnes of specialist steels are used globally each year for the production of wear-resistant parts. The most commonly used materials are water quenched steels produced by a wide...
Tagged in: Abraservice
30 May 2012 | Maintenance & Repair
Centralized lubrication systems offer a whole host of advantages to operators and engineers within the construction industry. Phil Burge, communication manager for SKF, looks at how recent advances,...
08 May 2012 | Maintenance & Repair
Ceramic, metallic and polymer wear protection systems deliver longevity to feeding conveying and storage plant Wear resulting from sliding abrasion and impact is a constant problem across all...
15 February 2012 | Maintenance & Repair
Hanson UK’s Ingleton Quarry improves screening efficiency with ceramic lining technology Hanson UK’s Ingleton Quarry in the Yorkshire Dales National Park has taken advantage of the...

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