The Australian Mining Review

November 2019

 

Technical Talk: Right boom for the job

SELECTING the right boom is essential to getting the job done right. Before selecting the boom system, the needs of both operators and maintenance personnel shoud be taken into consideration as they are often overlooked during initial design. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

October 2019

 

Technical Talk: Hit smarter with big data

BIG data is everywhere. It has the ability to improve the operation and monitoring of just about every bit of equipment on the mine site or in the quarry. It is a tried and tested way to cut downtime, proactively maintain equipment
to avoid expensive repairs and to improve the overall productivity of assets. Now, data-driven remote monitoring for rockbreakers has finally been developed by Rammer, the world-leaders in rockbreaking solutions. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

October / November 2019

 

Remote monitoring leads to cost reductions 

The RD3 monitoring device is attached to the rockbreaker and it reports back to the customer detailed information about the rock breaking operation in real time. One of the major causes of premature failure in rockbreakers is long cycles where the operator continues to hit the button and the piston keeps striking for an extended period of time. With the cloud-based system, customers can remotely monitor rockbreaker usage and provide operator education when needed to avoid maintenance costs due to premature failure. View the article.


Australian Earthmoving

September/October 2019

 

Remote Rockbreaker Monitoring - First on the market

Rammer, the leading supplier of rockbreaker technology is the first on the market to add remote monitoring system for hydraulic rockbreakers. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

September 2019

 

Technical Talk: Rammer rockbreakers a hit - smarter and easier to use

RAMMER’S Excellence line of rockbreakers are smarter and easier to use than ever before. With integrated smart technology for easier fleet management and new customer-focused features for more efficient processes, the Excellence line lives up to its name. Rammer rockbreakers have a range of unique components to protect against premature failures, membrane accumulator technology means gas leakage – and unnecessary downtime - can be avoided and you can monitor your rockbreaker fleet remotely with the RD3. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

August 2019

 

Technical Talk: Get ALLU on bucket list

Crushing and screening is at the heart of any mining operation and any improvements made in this area reflect positively on the bottom line.ALLU Transformer D and M-Series attachment buckets are entirely driven by the hydraulics of the carrier machine and were designed to deliver a one-step screening and loading solution capable of handling all materials from wet soils to coal and rock. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

May 2019

 

Rockbreakers renowned for reliability 

In response to customer needs, Rammer was the first company to introduce rockbreakers for tunneling applications, and the first brand to offer large range and heavy duty hydraulic rockbreakers that didn't miss a beat in tough conditions. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

April / May 2019

 

Simex Attachments and ALLU Transformers available Australia-wide

COMPRISING of highly experienced and long-term excavator and skid steer attachment specialists, the Simex and ALLU dealer network share the commitment to providing a value-for-money solution using high quality premium products. With the unique ALLU Transformers and Simex’ technologically and innovative product range, customers in construction, earthmoving and demolition can significantly improve efficiency and safety of their operations and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

April 2019

 

Excellence Line introduces smart technology to rockbreakers

Rammer introduced the renewed Excellence Line of rockbreakers with integrated smart technology for easier fleet management and new customer-focused features for more efficient processing. View the article.


Australian Earthmoving

March / April 2019
 

Reduce waste and increase your bottom line

Over the recent years, disposing of your construction waste has become a lot more expensive but you can choose equipment that help you reduce the waste volume and recycle the waste on site. One example is the ALLU Transformer bucket that is a screening, blending, mixing, sorting and sieve bucket. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

March 2019

 

RD3 remote monitoring device for rock breakers improves efficiency

RAMMER delivers innovative solutions to improve profitability, safety and performance. The company has launched its purpose-developed RD3 remote monitoring device for its ‘Excellence Line’ of rock breakers, RD3 is the first ever remote monitoring system for hydraulic rock breakers. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

February 2019

 

Material processing and loading in one step

EFFICIENT material flow is a key issue in any mining operation, power plant, bulk harbour and bulk material or storage area.ALLU's one-step screening and loading method is a solution to reduce costs and boost efficiency in material processing. With ALLU's Screener Crusher technology, existing loaders and excavators can be converted into effective primary and secondary crushing and screening machinery because ALLU Transformers screen waste, crush oversize soft rock materials and load raw material in one step. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

November 2018

 

Increase yield and reduce waste

Simex twin header rotary cutters give excellent results when conventional digging systems are too weak and percussion tools have little effect. View the article.


CCF WA Bulletin Magazine

Quarter 3 2018

 

TRS appointed ALLU Transformer dealer in WA

Total Rockbreaking Solutions has been appointed as the authorised dealer in WA for the ALLU range of Transformer Hydraulic buckets. Catering for applications of all sizes, and capable of processing any material that can be screened and sorted, the ALLU.....View the article.


Australian Earthmoving

September / October 2018
 

Rammer expands its product range

Being one of the world's most trusted brands is not about technology and innovation only, it is about listening to what the customers say and what their specific needs are. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

October 2018

 

Avoid downtime with Rockbreaker boom solutions

A correctly sized hydraulic rock breaker and suitably positioned boom system are well-recognised, safe and reliable solutions that can maximise the productivity of any crushing circuit. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

October / November 2018

 

Rammer breaking solutions

Rammer expands its product range to meet specific needs of the construction and demolition industries. The use of advanced hydraulics, materials technology, strength calculations, impact wave theory and production technology has made Rammer rockbreakers the most powerful, durable and cost-effective on the market. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

September 2018

 

Next Generation Boom System drives productivity

Developed specifically for hydraulic boom systems, BoomSafe represents a leap forward in remote operation technology, significantly improving uptime for operations. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

February / March 2018

 

Granite proves quite a challenge

The granite was a solid sheet (lacking any internal fractures), hard and tough with compressive strength above 200MPa. Jeff suggested using a diamond saw; first to cut grooves in the granite and then use the rockbreaker to break the slabs out. View the article


Australian Earthmoving Magazine

May / June 2017

 

The new Giant Rammer rockbreaker launched

World-leading hydraulic rockbreaker and attachment brand Rammer have launched the latest incarnation of its largest rockbreaker at the ConExpo exhibition in Las Vegas in early March 2017. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

April / May 2017

 

Earthmoving Attachments - Enhanced Capability

Crush and recycle waste onsite, more efficient operation and handy piece of equipment. View the article. 


Australian Earthmoving

March / April 2017

 

Add extra capability to your machinery

Using the right attachment is not only safer, it reduces downtime, lowers operating and lifetime ownership costs and, most importantly, helps reduce the cost per tonne of material moved. View the article.


Onsite by CCF WA

Summer issue Q4 2016

 

Avoid increasing tip fees - crush and recycle the waste onsite

Council tips are increasing but you can avoid the increasing cost by reducing the waste volume or even recycling the waste onsite. Perth based contractor... View the article.


Australian Earthmoving

November / December 2016

 

New range of Rammer Demolition Tools

Hillhead Expo 2016 in UK saw the international launch for a range of demolition attachment tools from the world leading hydraulic rockbreaker brand, Rammer. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine 

October / November 2016

 

New range of Rammer Demolition Tools launched

The new range of Rammer Cutter Crushers, Scrap Shears, Rotating and Static Pulverisers come with features that reduce operating costs. View the article.


Quarry Magazine

June 2016

 

Twin decade veteran makes way for next generation boom

After almost two decades of service, a trusted rockbreaker boom system in a Western Australian quarry has been replaced with and upgraded model. View the article.


The Australian Mining Review

Issue 98, April 2016

 

Rammer C350 takes over at Red Hill

The Rammer C350 boom system replaced the 20-year old Rammer C330 boom system at Hanson's Red Hill Quarry in WA. View the article.


Earthmovers&Excavators

Issue 319, April 2016

 

Master of the West

Total Rockbreaking Solutions (TRS) has been appointed as the authorised dealer in Western Australia for Stabilcorp’s ShoulderMaster, an Aussie developed and made road widening and repair ttachment for skid steer loaders. View the article.


Earthmoving Equipment Review Magazine

April-May 2016

 

When reliability matters, Rammer is your choice

After trialling a competing breaker, Southern Traxcavator have returned to their initial choice, which they have owned and operated for over 18 years, the Rammer
Rockbreakers. View the article.


Australian Earthmoving

March-April 2016 

 

Rammer Rockbreaker Boom C350 takes over the duties of a 20 year old Rammer Boom veteran at Red Hill

"Other boom systems on the market were explored but having seen the reliability of Rammer and acknowledging Rammer as one of the most recognised and trusted brands on the Australian market it made sense to enquire about acquiring another Rammer breaker boom system" said Red Hill Quarry Manager. View the article.


Earthmovers&Excavators

Issue 317, February 2016

 

Feel the vibe

An Australian-made PneuVibe compactor plate and post-clamp combo attached to a 14-tonne Caterpillar Excavator with a Hy-Rail kit is making steel post driving a whole lot easier for Western Australia's Spinifex Crushing and Screening Services. View the article.


Australian Bulk Handling Review, 20th Anniversary edition

November 2015

 

 

TRS - rockbreaker boom specialists

While TRS has only been in business relatively short time, the TRS team is able to offer customers over 70 years of combined experience in the design, sales and servicing of rockbreakers and rockbreaker boom systems. View the article.


The Earthmover & Civil Contractor

August 2015

 

NZ hosts Rammer Regional Dealer Meeting

The meeting also provided the opportunity to announce Rammer's 2014 dealer of the year for the region. Total Rockbreaking Solutions, the Rammer and Bretec dealer for WA, took out this prestigious award. View the article.


Contractor

February 2015

 

Simex launches dealer network

Italian Construction equipment firm Simex is expanding its presence in Australasia, making its products more widely available in every state. View the article.


Earthmovers & Excavators

Issue 304, February 2015

 

Simex Expands

Italian hydraulic attachments manufacturer Simex has expanded its presence in the antipodes by establishing a new dealer network. View the article


Rammer Magazine (international)

1/2015

 

Rammer Boom boosts productivity in the Cosmic Boy 

Western Areas Ltd, Australia’s class leading nickel producer, with a consistent track record of meeting production targets have acquired a Rammer Breaker Boom package to enhance the safety, productivity and profitability of crushing operations in The Cosmic Boy Concentrator. View the article.


Rammer Magazine (international)

1/2015

 

For Those About to Rock

An Australian quarry operator has demonstrated its faith in the Rammer brand with the purchase of another new Rammer 4099 for a hard rock quarry application. View the article.


Rammer Magazine (international)

1/2015

 

RDRD2525 Takes down the 100 year old bridge on the Seventh Avenue

With a task to demolish the Seventh Avenue bridge in Maylands Mr Jadd Brown at Focus Demolition needed a versatile demolition tool he could rely on in long-term. View the article.


The Earthmover & Civil Contractor

August 2014

 

Mighty Rammer 5011 Breaker gets the job done for FinnMining 

A Western Australian-based contractor is successfully using a Rammer 5011 breaker fitted to an 80 tonne excavator in harsh outback conditions for a time-critical mining rail line construction in North Western Australia. View the article.


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