We have completed major projects across mining, food processing, renewable energy, agriculture, construction and more. Here’s some information on just a few of our projects and how we go about delivering them.
Pivoted Weigh Screws for Blending Plant
Techquip were commissioned to design and build a continuous weighing system to blend a variety of powdered materials from 4 silos into a series of blended material bins ready for final bagging.
Plank Cleaner and Stacker
Automation & Control was approached with an enquiry to automate the process of having multiple dirty scaffold planks, have them cleaned, repainted, and then stacked on pallets in the correct sizes, ready for storage.
Paste Fill Mixing
Inquip have been commissioned to provide a number of Plough Share Paste Fill mixing solutions.
Gearbox Labyrinth Seal Improvement
Chain & Drives developed a range of Labyrinth Seal assemblies that have been manufactured and adapted locally.
Tube Settler System
Tank Enviro Systems was commissioned to design and install an appropriate Tube Settler system to a drinking water plant in Australia’s biggest inland city – Toowoomba, Queensland.
Heavy Duty Drive Assembly
Replacement of an ageing 6000kg drive assembly with a new unit, needing to fit within existing structural and operational requirements.
Loss in Weight System
Inquip was approached by a client to create a dosing system for various powdered products and materials with assorted densities and flows required in each application.
Manganese Dioxide Dosing System
Inquip was commissioned by one of Australia’s largest clay brick manufacturers to change the delivery method of Manganese Dioxide from liquid to powder.
Mortuary Patient Lift
Automation & Control was approached by a Perth Mortuary to design a lifter, operational through a control system, to increase the efficiency of the mortuary’s operation and eliminate the risk of injury through manual lifting.
Automation & Control was approached by a major WA Mining customer who requested a solution to access the Tamper locomotive air conditioners, located on the roof top of the train, which needed to be maintained and washed.