Austeng is pleased to be part of Viridi Innovation’s commercialisation journey to take their technology transforming grape marc and seed (leftover from the wine production process) and transform them into grape seed extract, a highly sought after ingredient in the Australian nutraceutical industry. See Fight Food Waste CRC: Turning wine industry waste into premium products 180520 […]
Austeng directors Ross and Lyn George feature in AMGC’s Manufacturing Academy as a case study in the ‘Resilience’ module. Watch the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre video ‘Austeng talks Resilience‘.
A successful performance test is a significant step in the process of delivering 100 year maintenance free Carbon Fibre reinforced Geopolymer bridges for the City of Greater Geelong later in the year with the intention of then rolling the product out throughout Australia and globally. This project is proving the innovation potential through collaboration. We […]
Austeng is proud to be partnering with Textile and Composite Industries (TCI) to manufacture and export to Canada and the U.S. The Industrial Hemp Decorticator (that separates/processes stalk) embeds technology that solves a 10,000 year old challenge in the industry. www.textilecomposties.com.au See Geelong Advertiser article 10/06/19.
Austeng is proud to be partnering with TCI to manufacture and export to the Canada and the U.S. an industrial hemp decorticator (that separates and processes stalk into hurd and fibre) thereby establishing technology that solves a 10,000 year old challenge in the industry. http://www.textilecomposite.industries/ TCI D8 Decorticator
Congratulations to FormFlow on it’s very successful product launch at ManuFutures, Deakin University. See Geelong advertiser’s article ‘Go with the Flow‘ on FormFlow. For more information visit FormFlow
Austeng Corporate Director Lyn George was part of two panels at the showcase – one was on the Advanced Fibre Cluster Geelong and the other one on how to encourage more woman into the manufacturing sector.
Congratulations to Formflow on it’s continuing journey with its bending technology set to disrupt the construction industry. Austeng is delighted to be a part of the Formflow story. Formflow and Austeng has featured in Engineers Australia magazine ‘Create’ under the title “Mind Over Metal” relating to a new Australian metal forming innovation – see […]
Polymeric Powders and Austeng turning recycled tyres into world-first tech. Polymeric Powders and Austeng are using end-of-life tyre crumb combined with polyolefin plastic in a ‘world’s first’ process to manufacture a high quality composite material for the manufacture of high quality pipes for uses that include irrigation, drainage and sewerage. Austeng and Polymeric Powders joined […]
Austeng has collaborated with Capricorn Power to run successful trials to support the technical development of what is potentially the world’s most efficient heat to electricity generation system, based on a theoretically proven flow-sheet. The “Barton Engine” turns customers waste heat into low cost electricity thereby reducing emissions. Applications include primary energy sources from renewables […]
Scientists and Australian businesses, led by Imagine Intelligent Materials came together this week in Melbourne for the Internet of Industrial Materials Conference 2017 to explore opportunities for Australian industry in the booming Internet of Things (IOT) sector, predicted to be worth $US 11 trillion in less than a decade (McKinsey study). At the conference Swinburne University and […]
Austeng Managing Director Ross George presents on the topic of Advanced Manufacturing at the Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2016 held in Ballarat on 18/10/16. See the Courier Mail’s Article ‘Victorian manufacturers visit Ballarat for first regional hosting of the Victorian Manufacturing Showcase‘ dated 18/10/16
Austeng client Imagine Intelligent Materials Pty Ltd (Imagine IM), opened Australia’s first commercial graphene plant at Austeng premises on 14th June 2016. It was officially unveiled by local MP Sarah Henderson. The pilot plant will produce up to 10 tonnes of graphene per year, built for Imagine IM by Austeng. See full report here.
Austeng has collaborated with Imagine Intelligent Materials Pty Ltd (Imagine IM) in building the first commercial graphene plant in Australia. It was officially launched by local MP Sarah Henderson. The pilot plant will produce up to 10 tonnes of graphene per year, built for Imagine IM by Austeng. Graphene is a revolutionary two dimensional atomic […]
MARINE GANGWAY Austeng recently designed and fabricated two novel Marine Gangways for Geelong tug company Engage Marine. These gangways were designed with the following features: Concrete counterweight with integrated forklift pockets, allowing for easy relocation anywhere on the wharf thereby providing great flexibility, deployment efficiency and eliminating the requirement for fixed installation provisions in the […]
Austeng was pleased to host local Lara MP John Eren, Minister for Sport, Tourism and Major Events last week when he announced a $185,000 State Government grant to extend the Geelong Manufacturing Council’s Industry Innovation Program. This program partners Geelong companies with Deakin University researchers to drive innovation. Behind John Eren MP is Adapt-a-Pole’s new […]
Austeng has been working with Adapt-A-Pole Pty. Ltd. to refine their leading-edge pole rebutting technology. Pole rebutting replaces the in-ground portion of the timber pole with a steel and concrete stub and can be utilised for pole re-instatement, thermal up-grades, new installations and increasing conductor clearance. Advantages of this technology include economics, increased strength and […]