Twistlokpro is the next evolution in Bradken's Plate Lip GET system for mining class excavators, rope shovels and front end loaders. Combined with Bradken's design expertise in lip design, Twistlokpro provides you with the benefits of: • Fast and safe installation with a hammer free installation of the point and locking pin • Further prolonging the life of your adapter by including (optional) common wear caps on both the top and bottom leg, including straddle leg adapters • Increased point life from improved point styles • Safe removal of adapters with lifting points that are protected from material wash and damage • Interchangeable with existing Twistlok adapters and competitor's with a helix style nose
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Do you want to avoid unplanned downtime on your dragline associated with unreliable performance of your rigging and chain? Do you want to reduce the number of part changes to reduce the risk of injury as well as reducing part replacement costs? Do you want to increase the payload capacity of your dragline? Harmonise™ is your dependable solution for: • improving the operational safety of rigging/chain maintenance • maximising component life • converting rigging mass into additional bucket payload • reducing spares inventory through part standardisation Harmonise parts and packages can also be tailored and optimised for your mine plan using our Riggematics™ analysis software. Bradken's Harmonise Dragline Rigging solution is a collection of innovative designs with a revolutionary approach to the upper hoist rigging assembly. The new design utilises the Integrated Socket Equaliser (ISE), an innovation that replaces five components and reduces rigging height by more than a metre. Higher Spoil The innovative ISE is unique to the Bradken Harmonise range. Replacing five major upper rigging components, the ISE reduces rigging height by more than a metre and provides a significant mass saving. The resulting gain in spoil height is also a large advantage at spoil bound mine sites. Fewer Parts Innovative design has allowed Bradken to reduce inventory items required to maintain your dragline. Consolidated pin and keeper designs can be used in various rigging components, simplifying and reducing site stock inventory. As an example, the Harmonise upper rigging package for the Bucyrus 1370 machine requires just three different pins with a common six inch pin used in seven locations of a rigging package. Safety All Bradken rigging incorporates safe hammerless locking systems. Designed for installation using conventional tools, Bradken B-Lock and P-Lock retainer systems are fast and easy to operate. The unique P-Lock system allows removal of the keeper from two directions, ensuring less handling of heavy parts. T-Lock and B-Lock provide your mine site with hammerless locking pin options that are easy to install and remove. B-Lock provides the added benefit of a fully covered locking head to minimise the risk of damage. Longer Wear Life Bradken's highly engineered rigging pins utilise Advanced Process Technology™ (APT™) for longer wear life and fewer breakages. Bradken pins have been shown to provide more than a 50% increase in wear life over conventional pins. This means fewer change-outs and less downtime, allowing for continued production and significant savings in dragline maintenance costs. Lighter and Stronger Bradken rigging is developed using leading edge CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) software to ensure minimum weight and maximum strength. Harmonise rigging packages can save in excess of three tonnes in rigging weight compared to competitor packages, allowing for the use of a larger bucket for a specific dragline. The resulting increase in capacity translates directly to improved production rates. Even using existing buckets, Bradken's lighter rigging can reduce machine overloads, improve boom longevity and reduce maintenance. While offering a significant mass reduction, Harmonise rigging components have also been shown to exhibit superior strength properties. Additionally high-strength Bradken alloys ensure long-term durability.
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Bradken's range of cast lip Ground Engaging Tool (GET) products has expanded with the introduction of the Penetrator max b-series, c-series and e-series. These systems are designed to fit onto an OEM nose design, utilising a Bradken designed and manufactured adapter, point and hammerless locking pin system.
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Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Sean Fenton, who helps manage about $1 billion at Tribeca Investment Partners in Sydney, talks about the global economy, financial markets and his investment strategy for Australian stocks. Fenton speaks with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Boss Resources is an ASX listed uranium development company with the flagship asset being the Honeymoon uranium project. Approximately $170m has been spent on infrastructure at the project, as production commenced in 2011, however was later placed on care and maintenance in 2013 due to the sustained low uranium price because of the Fukashima disaster. However the infrastructure has been kept in excellent condition and we believe only a minimal amount of capital would be required for production to recommence in the future.
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The H & B Mining EMS Skirt System for mining conveyors has been developed to provide quick, simple and safe conveyor maintenance. Skirt liners can be inspected and adjusted in a matter of minutes. For more information phone (08) 9403 2993 or go to Website: http://www.handbmining.com.au Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/handbmining Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/handbmining Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/h-and-b-mining
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Bradken's highly engineered rigging pins utlise Advanced Processing Technology (APT) for longer wear life and fewer breakages. Bradken pins have been shown to provide more than a 3 - 5 time increase in wear life over conventional pins. This means fewer change-outs and less downtime, allowing for continued production and significant savings in dragline maintenance costs.
Views: 270 Bradken, GET and Buckets Business
An expert panel discusses what an Australian residential asset class would look like, and the pros and cons of international examples, at the Residential Development Council's Residential Markets Summit. Panellists include: Brendan Crotty, Director of Australand Funds Management Pty Ltd, Brickworks Limited Manuel Makas, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Jonathan Stagg, Senior Consultant, Head of Property Research, Frontier Investment Consulting
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McMillan Shakespeare shares dropped in January because the founding shareholder sold shares, just before the Henry Tax Review was released. MMS is still a good business, but there are questions about the company's future, and too many uncertainties for Roger Montgomery to keep the stock in his portfolio. In his appearance on Nina Mays Your Money Your Call Roger also shares his thoughts on Bradken and Asciano, and reminds viewers that whilst he doesn't like airlines because of their capital intensity, Regional Express has a unique market advantage. Sadly the same can't be said for Fosters. Broadcast 11 February 2010 Visit http://www.rogermontgomery.com/ for Roger Montgomerys step-by-step guide to valuing a company.
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The Evolution® range of quenched and tempered crawler shoes was developed by Bradken to overcome the shortfalls in traditional designs for the Caterpillar hydraulic excavator platforms. Evolution crawler shoes have thickened pin lugs and feature Bradken's patented 'continuous roller path'. This roller path design enhancement improves the contact pressure distribution between the roller and the shoe. As a result, the roller is supported at all times as illustrated in the above diagram. This reduces metal flow in the shoe and increases the service life of mating components.
Views: 910 Bradken, Crawler Systems Business
The Department of Human Services building makeover in Coober Pedy commenced on a Friday and was successfully completed by the following Tuesday. This multi-faceted five day renovation tested the ability of the McMahon Services' building team to complete a quality job within a very short timeframe. The refurbishment included demolition, construction of new partitions, linings and ceilings, carpentry and joinery, along with a services upgrade which included electrical work, security (PA & AV), mechanical and plumbing. Additional works included the replacement of ceiling tiles and insulation, and rectifying the existing ceiling grid to accommodate new tiles. All work was undertaken and managed by our in-house personnel, including specialist tradespeople such as carpenters, plumbers and electricians. The dedicated team worked 12 hours a day, over the five day period, utilising company-owned plant and equipment to get the job done. The success of the project was attributed to a number of factors including; the intensive planning process prior to any work commencing; prefabrication of components off-site due to the short timeframe, remote location and lack of local resources; and the close relationship formed with the client, consultants and other key stakeholders through open communication.
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Value investors love hunting for out of favour and uncrowded trades and right now sentiment towards the resources sector is rock bottom. So is there value on offer or are investors staring down the barrel of a ‘value trap’? Steve Johnson from Forager Funds and Jeremy Bendeich from Avoca look at a wide selection companies exposed to commodity markets ranging from iron ore through to gold as well as some of the mining services companies that have been tarred with the resources brush. Stocks discussed include RIO Tinto, Sirius Resources, Downer EDI, Bradken and Newcrest. We also asked each panelist if they have been able to find a stock that may have been unfairly caught up in what has been an extended downturn for the sector. Livewire gives investors direct access to the stock ideas, research and exclusive insights of hundreds of Australia’s leading investment professionals. To access more exclusive market content and to receive the top three insights each day, register for FREE at http://www.livewiremarkets.com Disclaimer: The information contained in this presentation is general in nature and should not be relied upon. Before making any investment or planning decisions, you should consult a licensed professional who can advise you weather your decision is appropriate for you. Contributors to this show may have commercial or financial interests in the companies mentioned.
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Keech's has been making cast metal for 3 generations. Their cast metal foundry in Ballarat supplies products for the mining industry. But this company which uses metal-making techniques that have been around for 2000 years, is now racing into the future, with one of the largest 3D printers in Australia.
Views: 398 Business Spectator
CommSec's Juliana Roadley provides an analysis of Newcrest Mining Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv
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The Easy Maintenance Skirting System allows for simple, quick and safe maintenance of skirt liners along the conveyor belt. Website: http://www.handbmining.com.au Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/handbmining Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/handbmining Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/h-and-b-mining
Views: 49 H & B Mining
AGL Energy (AGL) beat market expectations by posting an 18% lift in statutory net profit after tax to $308 million. Revenues fell slightly while margins were higher from AGL’s Retail Energy unit, helped by higher prices and demand. To view more Reporting Season videos, please visit: https://www.commsec.com.au/reportingseason
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Broken Hill Prospecting Limited is a mining and exploration company seeking to develop the significant Pyrite Hill, Big Hill and Railway cobalt deposits. Find out more - http://www.wholesaleinvestor.com.au/company/broken-hill-prospecting-asxbpl/
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CommSec's Steven Daghlian provides an analysis of National Australia Bank (NAB). Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv Keywords (in addition to usual keywords) "August Reporting Season 2012" "NAB"
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The Australian share market strongly rebounded in early trade today, despite a flat lead from Wall Street. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up about 2.2 per cent shortly after the market opened. On Tuesday, the Australian share market closed at its lowest level since August last year. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was 2.96 per cent lower and the broader All Ordinaries index dropped 2.87 per cent. In economics news on Wednesday, the Australian Bureau of Statistics releases data on construction work done in the March quarter. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute index of economic activity for March is due. Company News Diversified renewable energy company, CBD Energy Limited (ASX:CBD), has signed a strategic co-operation agreement with Tianwei Wind and China Datang Corporation Renewable Power, two of China's largest renewable energy businesses. The agreement with the two Chinese companies covers participation in an existing CBD wind project and development of prospective new projects in Australia and China. CBD, Tianwei Wind and China Datang Renewable Power are intending to co-develop in excess of 800MW of renewable energy projects, including 600MW wind development opportunities in Australia and a minimum 200MW of wind projects in China. Paint manufacturer Wattyl Ltd (ASX:WYL) says it has received an indicative, non-binding and confidential proposal to acquire all of the issued capital of Wattyl by scheme of arrangement from an overseas company at a price of A$1.3 per share. Wattyl says the proposal requires a unanimous board recommendation, in the absence of a superior proposal, and is conditional on Foreign Investment Review Board and NZ Overseas Investment Office approvals. The company says it has not yet formed a view on the proposal and recommends that shareholders take no action at this time. Brewer Foster's Group (ASX:FGL) says it intends to spin off its beer and wine assets to create a new listed company, but no decision has been made on the structure or timing of the demerger. The demerger was subject to a detailed evaluation of the issues, costs and benefits to Fosters shareholders and ongoing assessment of prevailing economic and capital market conditions. Foster's also says today it expects earnings for the year ended 2010 to be between A$1.05 billion-A$1.08 billion, in line with consensus estimates. The company expects to recognise a non-cash impairment charge of A$1.05 billion-A$1.2 billion after tax against its wine assets in the 2010 fiscal year. Mining consulting services provider Ammtec Limited (ASX:AEC) has rejected the takeover offer for the company by Campbell Brothers Limited (ASX:CPB), citing the offer is too low and fails to reflect the true value of Ammtec. Campbell Brothers offered A$3.35 per Ammtec share, with a scrip alternative of 2 Campbell Brothers shares for every 17 Ammtec shares. The company advises its shareholders not to take any action as there might be higher bids from Campbell Brothers or other party. The company today also forecasts an increase in net profit after tax to between A$11.1 to A$12.9 million.
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Hammerless Tooth-adapter system for Construction, Quarries and Mining. For More Info http://www.crdcreighton.com/products/ground-engaging-tools/mtg-systems/mtg-starmet-tooth-adapter-system/ PDFs and Videos: http://www.crdcreighton.com/resources/mtg-systems-resources/ Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreightonRockDrill/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/creighton-rock-drill-limited Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creighton_rock_drill_ltd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/creightonrock
Views: 607 Creighton Rock Drill Ltd.
RIO released an upbeat result, but is it a superior business to BHP? In Part I of Rogers appearance on Nina Mays Your Money Your Call on 11 February 2010 Roger Montgomery also discusses the value of Metcash, but views Woolworths as a superior business, and provides investors considering in speculative mining companies, such as Kangaroo Resources (KRL), a few things to consider before taking the plunge how much are they going to produce, when are they going to produce it, and how much is it going to cost? Check the quarterly cash statement - how much cash they are burning! Can they last longer than 6 months without a capital raising? And to read Rogers thoughts on Industrea, visit the blog - http://blog.rogermontgomery.com/what-do-i-think-of-industrea/ Broadcast 11 February 2010 Visit http://www.rogermontgomery.com/ for Roger Montgomerys step-by-step guide to valuing a company.
Views: 541 Roger Montgomery
Should NAB buy AXA? Roger Montgomery also shares his thoughts on the long-term prospects for Leighton Holdings, the solid performance and track record of CSL Limited, and another business that he believes is reasonably priced with viewers of Nina Mays Your Money Your Call, Industrea Limited. Broadcast 17 December 2009. Visit http://www.rogermontgomery.com/ for Roger Montgomery's step-by-step guide to valuing a company.
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CommSec's Tom Piotrowski talks with Nicky Kritikos from CommSec Advisory Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv "August Reporting Season 2012" "BHP Bulliton"
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CommSec's Steven Daghlian provides an analysis of Telstra Corporation http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv
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CommSec's Juliette Saly provides an analysis of Cochlear Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv Keywords (in addition to usual keywords) "August Reporting Season 2012" "Cochlear"
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CommSec's Juliette Saly provides an analysis of JB HI-FI Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv
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CommSec's Tom Piotrowski provides an analysis of Wesfarmers Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv
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CommSec's Steven Daghlian provides an analysis of Computershare Limited (CPU) Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv "August Reporting Season 2012" "Computershare Limited"
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United Group may be well liked by fund managers, but not by Roger. In this appearance on Your Money Your Call Roger Montgomery also comments on the value of AMP, Tatts Group and one of his favourites, Telstra (ASX:TLS). Roger admits viewers may get sick of him saying so, but Telstra is a business going nowhere, despite its high dividend yield. Broadcast 11 February 2010 Visit http://www.rogermontgomery.com/ for Roger Montgomerys step-by-step guide to valuing a company.
Views: 398 Roger Montgomery
CommSec's Juliette Saly provides an analysis of Leighton Holdings Limited Visit CommSec http://www.commsec.com.au Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=commsectv Keywords (in addition to usual keywords) "August Reporting Season 2012" "Leighton Holdings Limited"
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THIS VIDEO IS A DEMONSTRATION AS THE MACHINE WAS FOR SALE. These D11R's are HUGE in every respect! anyone that's operated one will know what i mean! they are still being made and here is my video of a 2004 model been tested to sell (Spec below) this is a Very rare look and listen to how these monsters sound! its Cats closest competition to the Komatsu D575 Superdozer (Look on my videos to see the worlds ONLY HD video of the D11 & D575 being worked). BTW at the end the Dozer is left running stood still this is normal procedure on massive machines due to allowing their HUGE Multiple turbos to cool, You cant just turn them off.. She will push around 40-50 Ton! Power 850-915Hp Ground clearance from sump 2 foot Height 15.3foot Width of standard Blade 21 foot (on this video) & weighs 16 ton Weight "120" Ton (With blade) Max speed (Forwards) 7.3Mph Max speed (Reverse) 8.7Mph Gears x3 forwards x3 reverse..
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Telstra has a high dividend yield, but its profits have stayed stagnant for the last 10 years. Will anything change over the next 3, 5 or 10 years? With Telstra trading around $2.30, Roger Montgomery reveals the value of TLS this year is $3.12, $3.47 in 2011 and $3.54 in 2012. Is that a good investment and would Roger Montgomery add Telstra to his portfolio? Watch Roger's appearance with Peter Switzer to find the answer. Broadcast 11 February 2010 Visit http://www.rogermontgomery.com/ for Roger Montgomerys step-by-step guide to valuing a company. http://www.switzer.com.au/ from Peter Switzer is an online portal for retail investors and small business owners, offering daily news and articles on small business and personal finance. Switzer also provides industry-leading Financial Planning and Business Coaching services.
Views: 575 Roger Montgomery
(ABN Newswire) - 昨天澳洲股市经历了一年中最差的一天，暴跌3.1%，将澳洲股市的市值抹去超过400亿。周一澳洲股市也因欧元区债务问题盘桓不去而出现大范围抛售。周二澳洲股市在华尔街平淡带动之后，开盘略有上扬，然后很快回到下跌区域。 今天的经济动态方面，澳储行将发布5月4日的货币政策会议纪要。房屋业协会将发布三月季度的住房负担能力报告。 企业新闻 Fox Resources Limited (ASX:FXR)称，对于Fox Resources 4月23日宣布的配股，公司的两家最大股东Jungle Creek Gold Mines和金川集团都已声明将全数认购其认购权下的配股。这两家公司的股份合计约占该公司已发行股份的27.2%。配股筹得的款项将主要用于该公司在西澳皮尔巴拉Radio山的堆浸业务的第二阶段开发。 Bradken Limited (ASX:BKN)表示，已经签署以4750万加元收购加拿大公司Almac Machine Works的业务资产的协议。此外，还有一笔依照Almac业务在2010自然年的表现而定的最多480万加元的盈利能力支付计划。这笔收购的资金将来自发行5000万澳元完全承销的机构配股。Bradken已经上调其2010财年的EBITDA(未计息税折旧摊销前盈利)指引数，现在的指引与09财年的数字相当而不是较之略低。Bradken表示，预计其铁道部门将通过继续提高中国徐州业务的产量以及现有的采购收益而获得强劲表现，其它部门也全都继续获得与预期相符的提高。 新西兰零售企业The Warehouse Group (ASX:WHS) (NZE:WHS)报告称，截至5月2日的第三季度销售额为3.76亿新西兰元，较去年同期下降1.9%。销售额低于去年几乎完全是由于音乐和DVD市场持续萎缩以及进入冬天非常缓慢造成的，今年反常的暖冬天气影响了关键产品诸如冬季服装和取暖设施的销售。但董事们确信调整后的全年税后净利润将与09财年的数字相近。
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