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

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

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: 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: Presson Descon International (Pvt) Limited (PDIL)

Posted on 21st August 2017 in

Presson Descon International (Pvt) Limited (PDIL) is an integrated engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) company, specialising in seamless services for supply and set up of production and processing equipment, facilities and their related utilities on a turnkey basis. OBJECTIVES The primary objective is to produce pipeline quality gas on Low-Pressure Gas and condensate from…

Case Study: CV Tool & Engineering Co.

Posted on 13th July 2017 in

CV Tool and Engineering Co (CV Tool) is a specialist service engineering company located in Dandenong South, Victoria. OBJECTIVES Nitrogen gas is widely used to blanket precision laser cutting as its inert properties prevent oxidisation of the cut edge while the gas pressure ensures a clean cut without any residual material sticking to the underside….

Case Study: PROCAL – A Milk and Dairy Manufacturer

Posted on 22nd June 2017 in

Procal is a family owned fresh milk and dairy manufacturer. Their milk is sourced from local farms and produced in a state of the art facility in Melbourne. OBJECTIVES In yoghurt packaging, gas is often applied to the vapour space of the containers in order to control their composition. This process, called blanketing, greatly improves process…

Case Study: REDARC – Electronic Converters

Redarc has over 35 years’ experience in the research, design, development, and manufacture of a range of electronic voltage converters and associated products. Key Industries they operate in include Trucking, mining, emergency services, marine, motorhome and 4WD. OBJECTIVES In electronics manufacturing, nitrogen is used to provide an inert atmosphere during automated soldering processes, delivering higher…

Case Study: ROBERT OATLEY Vineyards

Posted on 22nd February 2016 in

Blending traditional winemaking values with the precise management of processing technologies, from vine to bottle, the Australian winery has the ability to increase production to meet modern demands, save overhead costs and minimise their impact on the environment. With a production capability of thousands of bottles daily, compressed nitrogen is a vital component of the…