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  • Dust Suppression Systems for a Safer Environment

    Dust Suppression Systems for a Safer Environment

    Dust is a characteristic feature of haul roads as they are made of substandard materials. Quite on the contrary, they have high-performance requirements as they have to withstand varying amounts of vehicular traffic and massive loads. Watering soils is a traditional method of suppressing the formati... read more

    Dec 28-2020 Industry News
  • The Basic Road Stabilization Process

    The Basic Road Stabilization Process

    Many engineers are paying increasing attention to road stabilization in order to build quality roads that can hold up against rough and heavy use. The objective is to improve strength, reduce soil plasticity and lower compressibility either by binding the soil particles or waterproofing them or a co... read more

    Dec 28-2020 Industry News
  • Soil Stabilisers - Misunderstood or Misleading

    Soil Stabilisers - Misunderstood or Misleading

    Soil Stabilisation Series – Article 2 There are a wide range of soil stabilisers on the market that are currently being utilised in real-life engineering projects that have not been proven to be successful methods of stabilisation, and/or are being incorrectly applied. This article will be identify... read more

    Dec 26-2020 Industry News
  • Importance of Dust Suppression in Coal Mines

    Importance of Dust Suppression in Coal Mines

    Australian regulations on dust suppression in coal mines have been at the centre of scrutiny following the resurgence of coal mine workers pneumoconiosis is popularly known as ‘black lung’ disease. Re-emergence of black lung disease from 2015 and beyond has been experienced in Queensland. The assump... read more

    Dec 26-2020 Industry News
  • The use of different emulsion types in dust control

    The use of different emulsion types in dust control

    Emulsions Emulsions suppress the loss of surface fines as both inhalable and respirable dust particles when used in unsealed roads. The aim of this article is to discuss the three most common types of emulsions used in dust control include synthetic polymer emulsions, bitumen emulsions and emulsifie... read more

    Dec 26-2020 Industry News