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Going with the flow: upgrading the ventilation system for Australia’s largest aluminium smelter

Since its opening in 1983, the Tomago Aluminium plant has more than doubled their production output from 250,000 to 590,000 tonnes. Thanks to their multi-disciplinary capability, the Advitech Group have been able to advise on the various process engineering projects which have driven much of the mechanical and structural work…
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Design and extension of stockpile pad

We assisted with the development of a concept and detailed design for an extension of an existing Production Stockpile Pad and drainage.

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Driving success for business safety

ClientA large manufacturing logistics provider Road safety is a shared responsibility. As part of their proactive safety culture, a large manufacturing logistics provider based in Brisbane approached our Novecom team…
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Biodiversity Assessment (BDAR) for NSW Inland Rail Project

Advitech Environmental’s accredited BAM assessors prepared Biodiversity Development Assessment Reports (BDARs) for proposed quarry sites for the NSW Inland Rail Project.

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Simulation modelling of new manufacturing facility for CSR Hebel

SMS worked collaboratively with CSR Hebel to simulate their proposed new manufacturing facility. The resulting Arena simulation software clearly demonstrated that the proposed design could not meet production requirements.

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Controlling Workplace Noise at a Coal Preparation Plant

Advitech’s acoustics specialists and structural engineers worked together to solve a noise issue at our client’s Coal Preparation Plant.

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Radio Frequency RF propagation survey identifies dead spots

To identify the factors causing performance issues of the wireless mesh network, Acubis conducted a radio frequency (RF) propagation survey. Analysis from the site survey revealed multiple causes contributing to dead spots and shadowing which resulted in loss of data and voice connectivity in specific site locations.

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