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Case Study: Bell Bay Aluminium, Tasmania

Posted on 17th August 2018 in

Pacific Aluminium is a world leader in quality aluminium products. Pacific Aluminium is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rio Tinto, with five assets including smelter operations in Australia and New Zealand. REQUIREMENT CAPS were tasked by Bell Bay Aluminium with providing 100% oil-free, clean compressed air with the most efficient compressed air technology to assist…

Case Study: Presson Descon International (PDIL) – ADHI III

Posted on 15th June 2018 in

Presson Descon International (Pvt) Limited (PDIL) is an integrated engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning company whose primary expertise lie in providing seamless services for supply of production & processing equipment, their related utilities as well as for setting up complete production & processing facilities on a turnkey basis. REQUIREMENT A Combined Instrument Air & Nitrogen…

Case Study: Midal Cables International – Manufacturer of Alloy Rod & Conductor

Posted on 23rd May 2018 in

Midal Cables International (MCI) is Australia’s newest and most innovative manufacturer of alloy rod and conductor. OBJECTIVES Edwards & Vickerman were retained by MCI to provide mechanical services to their new $60M plant at Tomago NSW, producing 50,000 tons of aluminium bar and cable for domestic consumption and export. The specification called for an on-site…

Case Study: Murdoch University, WA

Posted on 7th March 2018 in

Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, has an enviable reputation as one of Australia’s top teaching and research universities. OBJECTIVES Murdoch University required a continuous supply of nitrogen gas for a laboratory-based application. The requirements for the proposed system included minimum 99.9% air purity, 2.5L/s to 5L/s flow rate and 7bar working pressure. The university…

Case Study: North Sydney Data Centre

Posted on 19th February 2018 in

Data center demand has been driven by the rapid rise of digitisation and the increasing importance of data with information-centric trends such as e-commerce, social networking, and file sharing. Stringent data-related regulatory requirements and advancements such as cloud computing has especially increased the demand for quality data centres. In the event of a power outage, it…

Case Study: Mundaring Water Works

Posted on 21st January 2018 in

OBJECTIVES Design and manufacture in compliance with Water Corporation specifications. A sound level limit of 65 dB(A) @7m. Reliable and competitive product. Two sources of power to back up the water pump’s power supply and the water treatment facility downstream. SOLUTION Two x 2800kVA and one x 3300 kVA generators equipped with MTU engines were set…

Case Study: University of Sydney

Posted on 8th December 2017 in

By the early 1980’s, the facilities and space available at The University of Sydney’s dedicated research facility was limiting the scope and scale of work that could be undertaken. The university’s facility expansion was primarily to facilitate plant breeding research and associated postgraduate teaching. The expansion was also intended to allow for closer collaboration with…

Case Study: Sydney CBD Office Complex

Posted on 11th November 2017 in

The office complex involved in this project is a Grade-A building delivering the highest quality amenities, efficiency, sustainability and design. The building, located on George Street in Sydney’s bustling CBD, acquired a 5 star Green Star design, which demonstrates a dedication to minimising environmental impacts and future energy costs for a healthy working environment. CAPS…

Case Study: Reedy Creek Gas Power Plan

Posted on 23rd October 2017 in

Clarke Energy was appointed to build a power station in Central Queensland for a coal seam gas plant. In order to back up their power station, they required two generators to act as a prime power source during the construction of the station (which consisted of 10 x 3 MW gas engine generators sets once…

Case Study: Cairns Base Hospital

Posted on 2nd September 2017 in

OBJECTIVES Complete design and manufacture in compliance with Australian standards for emergency power supplies in hospitals. A N+1 power solution equipped with a strong control detection system that quickly swings generators into action. A maximum noise level of 85 dB(A) @ 1m. An emission regulated engine to meet the hospital’s environmental goals. Fuel capacity to…