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The steel in every Rammer rockbreaker is 100 per cent recyclable

The steel in every Rammer rockbreaker is 100 per cent recyclable
The steel in every Rammer rockbreaker is 100 per cent recyclable-  Rammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology is also steadily working to improve their sustainability with an aim to become the clear, recognized industry leader in sustainability. As part of Sandvik, Rammer is committed to working towards more su...
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Rammer releases BIO Tool Grease

Rammer releases BIO Tool Grease
High-performance biodegradable grease-  As part of Rammer's aim to help support more sustainable rockbreaking operations, Rammer has launched Rammer BIO Tool Grease, a high-performance biodegradable grease for hydraulic rockbreakers.BIO Tool Grease has been developed in collaboration with key customers in mining, construction and demoliti...
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Quick, Quality Roadworks

Quick, Quality Roadworks
ONE machine, TWO functions-  The process of stabilising a road base when a pavement comes to the end of its lifecycle is becoming increasingly popular due its recycling capability. Due to the finite nature of some road base aggregates, reusing or recycling existing road base's through stabilisation is important. SIMEX PL high depth p...
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Crushing Blow

Crushing Blow
The purpose designed ALLU Crusher launched-  The new heavy-duty range of ALLU crushing attachments is purpose designed and built to meet the requirements of the demolition,​ recycling and quarrying industries.​The recent global launch of the new ALLU crusher series included three crusher models for excavators in the 10 to 33-tonne range. ...
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Increasing stockpiles of construction waste can be reused

Increasing stockpiles of construction waste can be reused
Transform construction waste into usable material with ALLU-   Active Sustainability and Foundation Research results show that 3 in 5 construction industry practitioners have no, limited, or only some understanding of recovered or recycled materials available in WA.There are increasing stockpiles of construction waste in WA that...
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