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  • News - 10 May 2007
    Sandvik Mining and Construction has reached an agreement with Boliden AB to supply a complete in-pit crushing system to Boliden's Aitik mine. The crushing system consists of two complete primary...
  • News - 25 Apr 2007
    Sandvik has reached agreement with private equity owners 3i to acquire Extec Screens and Crushers Ltd, close to Birmingham, UK. Simultaneously an agreement has been reached with the majority owner...
  • News - 30 Jun 2004
    Kobe Steel, Ltd. and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. have agreed to transfer the manufacturing of crushing equipment to their 50/50 joint venture, Earth Technica Co., Ltd., on April 1, 2005, the two...
  • News - 17 May 2002
    Scientists at Australia’s CSIRO have successfully integrated crushed glass into concrete compositions and claim that the material is suitable for use in cycle ways, foot paths, kerbing, gutters...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2014
    Wolfgang Simon, Sales Director at FRITSCH GMBH, talks to AZoM about their new Jaw Crusher PULVERISETTE 1 premium line and the benefits it can bring to the industry.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2017
    The FRITSCH Jaw Crusher PULVERISETTE 1 can be used in the pre-crushing of samples for grinding to analytical, nanoscale sizes.
  • Article - 26 Jun 2014
    G.T. Michelli Co. offers and systems and products in the force measurement field as well as support services for maintaining the applications provided in a myriad of markets and industries, ranging...
  • Article - 21 Apr 2005
    Rapid particle shape characterization has been shown to provide far more information than current QC tests, enabling the rapid identification of out-of-specification material. A simple circularity...
  • Video
    This video shows the short span and edge crush tests from Zwick Roell being carried out on a paper and a corrugated card board. The tests are performed as per the guidance provided in ISO 9895 / DIN...
  • Article - 6 Sep 2018
    A laboratory crusher, also called a pulverizer, is a device designed to forcefully reduce solid samples, such as rocks, to fine dust or powder in order for molecular analysis on them to be possible.