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Skimping on Crusher Maintenance Costs More in the Long Run Eric Jones, global service director of comminution aftermarket for Weir Minerals, recently offered some useful guidelines and suggestions for...

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Mining Markets

State of the Mining Market Q1 2017 Activity in the mining industry reflects the global economy generally and industrial production in particular. After encouraging price increases last year, there was...
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Mining Operations & Strategies

Blasters Realizing Value of Longer Delays Allowed by Electronics Explosives supplier BME recently called attention to an ongoing mining-industry transition from non-electric to electronic delay...

Suppliers Report

Terratec Bores Shafts for Chinese Power Project After completing several raises at copper mines located in the Yunnan and Sichuan provinces, the Terratec TR3000-R18 raise boring machine (RBM) was...
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Mining Equipment Gallery

Rock Breaker System Offers Range of Configurations Okada America Inc. released the Pedestal Rock Breaker Boom System. It is designed specifically for stationary primary crushing plants as well as...

Sound-reducing Earmuffs Give Improved Protection


3M’s Peltor X Series earmuffs are the first earmuffs from 3M to provide workers with Noise Reduction Rating values up to 31 decibels.

Built with innovative foam cushion technology and ear cups that tilt for optimum comfort and efficiency, the Peltor X Series combines a lightweight, modern design with soft, wide ear cushions that improve attenuation and create a more effective seal. The series also incorporates an electrically insulated twin headband design that reduces heat buildup and provides outstanding fit and balance. The earmuffs are available in both standard headband and hard hat-attached models and are made with easy-to-replace cushions and inserts.
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From the Editor

Mining in the Amazon Makes Headlines As readers thumb through this edition of E&MJ, they will notice an expanded News section for Latin America. A lot happened in the region last month. The Spence expansion received approval from the Chilean government, but that was somewhat overshadowed by Brazilian President Michel Temer’s decision to clarify...
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Exploration Roundup

Osisko Drilling 400,000 m at Windfall Lake Osisko Mining has reported numerous favorable results from an ongoing, 400,000-meter (m) drill program at its Windfall Lake gold project in Urban Township,...

This Month in Coal Mining

Cloud Peak Hosts EPA Administrator Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt visited the Cloud Peak Energy’s headquarters in Broomfield, Colorado, last month to discuss the...