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Bloomfield haul trucks pass the noise test

THE Bloomfield group is managing the sound output from its 19 Caterpillar 793 mining trucks at its Bloomfield and Rix’s Creek coal mines in New South Wales with technology developed by WesTrac subsidiary Hushpak.

All Bloomfield's trucks fitted with the Hushpak-engineered sound attenuation package were contributing to ongoing site noise compliance.

All Bloomfield's trucks fitted with the Hushpak-engineered sound attenuation package were contributing to ongoing site noise compliance.

Hushpak specialises in sound suppression and attenuation on both mobile and fixed plant. WesTrac was tasked with reducing the noise of the Cat 793F trucks it delivered to the Bloomfield mines to levels...

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