With the Adani coal mine recently getting final investment approval, the Adani mine already want to try and start work early as this year if possible. The coal mine that will be located 840km from Townville will consist of 6 open cut pits, 5 underground, a coal processing plant, workers village and its own Airport. The North Queensland mine is
So with all this in mind how do you do that?
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What is the PowerMaker Husky3.0kW and Husky 3.6kW?
The Australian designed and built PowerMaker Husky 3.0kW and 3.6kW is a compact, lightweight,
How it adds up
The table below is a comparison of conventional lighting towers to new technology low voltage DC towers powered by the Power Maker Husky3.0. The costs are inclusive of maintenance of the conventional 240V towers including fuel consumption. The innovative design of the PowerMaker Husky3.0 uses an
As the mine will operate at 24/7 operation during construction and operation phase, reliability and every possible saving
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To locally manufacture diesel generators using the sunshine coast supply industry, whilst meeting the stringent Military standards required, keeping costs down and supplying a world class product to a country that is well known for its exports.
Thanks to innovation and hard work by the
Nicholas Ree, local
“The generator is fully manufactured here on the sunshine coast and much of the work is contracted out to the surrounding businesses to help support the community and ensuring that much of the incoming money is kept in Australia where it is much needed. We choose to do this because we want to keep jobs local”
The final shipments of generators are to be shipped out of Australia on Friday the 26th to a very excited Singapore customer and thanks to the success of this project it opens the window to future exports. “It’s a lot of hard work, there is no luck involved. You have to make it happen as a team and it is projects like these that make all the hard work worth it, to see high-end quality products being made local. As a result, we can offer work to the local area and employ local staff, something that Australia needs to be doing more of. And to those that say it just can be done in Australia anymore we are proof that it can.”
The export project adds to
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