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The Australian Mining Review Oct 2019 - Tech Talk

Tuesday, October 1, 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.

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Earthmoving and Equipment Review Magazine Oct-Nov 2019

Wednesday, September 18, 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.

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The Australian Mining Review Sept 2019 - Tech Talk

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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.

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The Australian Mining Review Aug 2019 - Tech Talk

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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.

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The Australian Mining Review May 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Rockbreakers renowned for reliability 

IN response to customer needs, Rammer was the first company to introduce rockbreakers for tunnelling applications, and the first brand to offer large and heavy duty hydraulic rockbreakers that didn't miss a beat in tough conditions. Rammer was also the first on the market to introduce the RD3 monitoring device together with the My Fleet platform, making it easy for customers to monitor their rockbreaker fleet remotely.

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Earthmoving and Equipment Review Magazine April_May 2019

Thursday, May 2, 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.

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The Australian Mining Review April 2019

Tuesday, April 2, 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 processes. The easy idle blow protection (IBP) adjustment feature means that, on site, customers can now adjust the (IBP) to match the application. 

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Australian Earthmoving March_April 2019

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Reduce waste and increase your bottom line

OVER the recent years, disposing of your construction waste has become a lot more expensive as councils are implementing a waste levy or increasing landfill levy rates. Rather than allowing waste to become an increasing cost, you can choose equipment that help you reduce the waste volume and recycle the waste on site. 

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The Australian Mining Review March 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019

RD3 remote monitoring device 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.

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The Australian Mining Review February 2019

Monday, February 4, 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.

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The Australian Mining Review November 2018

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Simex twin header rotary cutters

SIMEX twin header rotary cutters offer significant increase in yield and reduction in waste for mmmg and quarrying operators. Where the traditional 'drilling and blasting' method used to quarry on fractured rock can be a time- consuming two-stage process, SIMEX twin header rotary cutters give excellent results when conventional digging systems are too weak and percussion tools have little effect.

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Earthmoving Equipment Review October 2018

Monday, October 1, 2018

Rammer breaking Solutions to reduce breaking times

All Rammer products have been developed in conjunction with customers across the world to help them reduce breaking times and maximising productivity. As a response to customer needs, Rammer was the pioneer of introducing rockbreakers for tunnelling applications and the first brand to offer large and heavy duty hydraulic rockbreakers that do not miss a beat in tough conditions.

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Australian Earthmoving September 2018

Monday, September 3, 2018

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. 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 application specific needs are.

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Australian Earthmoving January 2018

Monday, January 8, 2018

What's Hot - You can't beat the quality

I visited Rammer factory in Finland and got to see close-by how they manufacture Rammer and technology and R&D that goes into the product. 

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Australian Earthmoving June 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017

What's Hot - 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. 

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Australian Earthmoving April 2016

Monday, April 4, 2016

What's Hot - Simex Planers

The advantages of the SIMEX planer really are countless. What is smoking hot though about SIMEX Planers is the ingenious innovation of Walkers Hammers who have reconfigured the wiring allowing the 8 hydraulic to be controlled inside the cabin by the operator using the joystick.

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Earthmoving Equipment Review October 2015

Monday, October 5, 2015

Hammer Time!

Victorian-based contractor, City Circle Group, recently purchased a Rammer 3288 fitted to a Sumitomo SH300-6 excavator. Encouraged by the product support and service delivery provided by Walkers Hammers, City Circle Group went on to purchase another Rammer product, the RC6R Cutter Crusher for a five-tonne excavator operating in a demolition application.

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Rammer Magazine 2015

Monday, June 8, 2015

Small Hammer, Big Results

An Australian construction company has put its faith in a small Rammer hammer following a highly successful trial against a competitive brand. The outstanding performance of the small Rammer 455 hammer, combined with the commitment to service and support from the local dealer, Walkers Hammers, were both instrumental in the company’s purchasing decision.

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