Terrequip unearth, process and supply a number of high-quality commodities in a variety of grades and formats to a large number of industries including civil, agricultural and mining.
Our current products include Bentonite, Limestone and Kaolin.
We supply domestic and international markets
Proudly Australian made and owned. Recognised around the globe.
Australia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, India, Pakistan, Japan, South Africa
Where is Terrequip’s Bentonite sourced?
Terrequip own and operate our Gurulmundi Bentonite Mine, which is approximately 30km north of Miles, Queensland. The Sodium Bentonite from this area has a global reputation for its quality and characteristics and is regarded as the best in Australia.
What is Bentonite?
Bentonite is a clay that has unique absorbing and swelling properties. It is made up of mainly montmorillonite, which is part of the smectite group of clays. There are two main types: Sodium Bentonite and Calcium Bentonite.
How is Bentonite mined?
Bentonite is graded and selectively mined using trucks, shovels and motor scrapers.
Finished Bentonite Products:
- TRUGEL 100
- TRUBOND MW
- TRUGEL 200
- TRUFEED GRANULAR
- CAT LITTER
- TRUGEL 13A
Where is Terrequip’s Limestone sourced?
Terrequip own and operate the Elbow Valley Limestone mine located 20 minutes south of Warwick, Queensland. The mine has been producing high-quality Limestone for almost 100 years and is highly regarded for its chemistry.
What is Limestone?
How is Limestone mined?
Terrequip Limestone is mined using drill and blast methods. It is then classified into different grades before being hauled to our nearby plant for processing.
What is limestone used for?
Limestone is used in a broad range of applications including but not limited to animal feed, cement manufacture, civil construction, soil pH correction and decorative aggregates.
Finished Limestone Products:
- DECORATIVE AGGREGATES
- SUPERFINE AGLIME
- SELECT FILL
What is Kaolin?
Kaolin is primarily made-up of Kaolinite, which is a hydrous aluminosilicate. Kaolin is well regarded for its ability to disperse in water, its plasticity and, of course, its white colour.
How is Kaolin mined?
Kaolin is mined by removing overburden and then selectively mining by using excavators.
Finished Kaolin Products:
- KAOLIN PREMIUM