All articles by Juliet Martin

Juliet Martin

How can miners determine the best mix of water-energy usage for their unique constraints?

Copper miners are facing an increasingly complex operating environment with variable weather, a rapidly evolving energy market, and sustainability goals. Thankfully, water modelling can help the industry better understand the relationship between water and energy and better adapt to the challenges of tomorrow.

Safety for life: ensuring safety throughout the blasting supply chain 

How implementing – and embodying – a positive safety culture, applying pioneering innovation, and adhering to strict protocol throughout the value chain can produce the ultimate vindication: a zero recordable case rate (RCR).

The lay of the land: Underground hard rock mining in 2023

In the complex and evolving world of underground hard rock mining, advanced equipment is setting new standards for safety, efficiency and wear life.

A high-tech solution that’s driving collision avoidance

As equipment used within the mining industry evolves to become more specialised, safety measures must be adapted accordingly. Gabino de Diego, director of business development at TORSA, tells us how technology is clearing the path ahead.

Remote condition monitoring of mobile assets

Angus Lay, Monico’s subject matter expert in data analytics for use in remote condition monitoring of heavy industrial off-highway machines, looks at the benefits of remote condition monitoring for mobile assets

How the right sealing solution can increase slurry pump reliability

By paying close attention to the sealing solution used in the gland area of slurry pumps, mining operators can increase productivity – and profitability

COVID-19 sharpens focus on component life

With COVID-19 impacting the ability of mining operators to access service and parts, equipment reliability has never been more important, says Paul Allenby, Regional Sales Manager for Australian mining machinery service provider BTP Group.