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Austeng is Going “Green” Via Solar

A new 30kw solar system recently installed on Austeng’s roof is helping the company reduce its carbon emissions in line with its Carbon Management Response Plan and thereby minimising its carbon foot-print.


Multi-Scale Manufacturing For The Production of Short Nanofibres

Austeng has successfully collaborated with local based bio-technology company Cytomatrix Pty Ltd and Deakin University to manufacture a world first manufacturing plant for the production of “novel” short nanofibres, a new class of high value materials that open up a side range of new applications in bio-technology, medicine, materials science and other fields). Austeng provided […]

3-Way Exhaust Gas Diverter Valve

Austeng manufactured customised high temperature (550°C) three-way exhaust gas modulating diverter valves for co-generation application in mining context with extreme ambient/operating conditions. This ground-breaking valve has a full-face 100% positive seal and has advantages in terms of preventing excess heat load reaching absorption chiller in by-pass position thus better protecting expensive chiller equipment. The valves […]

MD Speaks at Manufacturing Forum

Managing Director of Austeng, Ross George presented at a Manufacturing Industry forum – “Leading for the Future” in Geelong at Deakin’s Waterfront Campus on 30th October, 2014.  The Centre for Workplace Leadership (CWL) presented the findings of their research as to productive work practices that drive performance.  Ross spoke about the process of Austeng’s transition […]

Austeng Awarded Engineering Excellence Award

A unique partnership between Austeng, bio-technology company Cytomatrix Pty. Ltd. and Deakin University has been recognized by winning the prestigious Victorian Engineering Excellence Award for Research & Development/Innovation at a glittering awards ceremony at Hamer Hall, Art Centre, on 10th September 2014. These parties have together created a world-first manufacturing process for a new class […]

Minister Unveils Nanofibre Production Machine

A “world first” short nanofibre production machine manufactured by Austeng, in collaboration with local bio-technology company Cytomatrix Pty Ltd and Deakin University was officially unveiled by the Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling at Deakin’s Geelong Technology Precinct.  See article ““Hi-tech kickstart”” from the Geelong Advertiser dated 31/7/14.

Specialist Aluminium Welding

Austeng has established a reputation for our specialist Aluminium welding (TIG and MIG) services. Power Distribution Industry Our services are routinely relied upon by a number of Electrical Network Providers to ensure infrastructure upgrades and maintenance shutdown works are completed to the highest standard with a commitment to project safety and timely delivery.  Austeng has […]

Prototype Nanofibre Production Machine

An innovative State Government funding model has enabled local biotechnology company Cytomatrix, Deakin University and Geelong based engineers and manufacturing company Austeng to collaborate to create a new manufacturing capability and employment opportunity in the region, building on Geelong’s long history of innovation in the fibre and textile field. Local biotechnology company, Cytomatrix and Deakin […]

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Echo Whisper Wind Turnbine

Over the last three years we have been working with the Renewable Energy Solutions Pty. Ltd. (RESA) team to develop, refine and manufacture their innovative, efficient and virtually silent Eco Whisper Turbine (EWT 625).  This exciting new development in green energy is designed to off-set small to large energy requirements for manufacturing and industrial sites, […]

“Green Transfer Project” Pixel Display – City of Melbourne

“GREEN TRANSFER PROJECT” PIXEL DISPLAY – CITY OF MELBOURNE As a result of a competition run by the City of Melbourne promoting innovative new public artwork that responds to the sustainability of a building, ARUP Infomatics conceived “The Green Transfer” Project. Their proposal for a sculptural, changeable programmable facade employs 560 pixels in the form […]

Case Study on Group Co-Operation – Concrete Sleeper Manufacturing – Austrack Ltd

CASE STUDY ON GROUP CO-OPERATION – CONCRETE SLEEPER MANUFACTURING – AUSTRACK LTD Austeng was approached by Austrak Ltd to refurbish and build concrete sleeper manufacturing equipment for export to United Arab Emirates (alternative source of supply was from China or widely spread Australian companies) Unable to do in isolation given skill sets required. Individual companies […]

Wardrobe Window Automator

Premium manufacture wardrobe and shower screen doors in a competitive environment where if they are to maintain an advantage over foreign imports, they must offer doors made to any size their customer requires at very short notice. To assist in this process, Austeng has designed and manufactured a prototype machine to fit all edge trims […]

Timber Construction Industry Projects

Strut Runner Press The Strut Runner is a machine to make floor trusses. The travelling press head moves down a track/pressing table, over the top of a truss to be pressed. The operator lowers the press head anywhere required. Table length can be varied to suit. Standard length is approximately 15m. Automatic Truss Stacker Automatically […]

Automotive and Automotive Support Industry Projects

Automotive Industry Facility to automatically fettle Crankshafts, Camshafts and Manifolds using 6 axis robots for Ford Motor Co. Our function was to provide load stations, grippers, laser gauging, unload station and reject chutes and most importantly the global control to co-ordinate the complete system.Since then a further facility has been developed that fully automates fettling […]

Curing Oven for Carbon Fibre Wheel

Our client Carbon Revolution has developed a world first “one-piece” carbon fibre wheel that represents cutting edge in design and manufacture with composite materials resulting in attendant benefits and savings. See www.carbonrev.com. Austeng assisted in the commercialisation process by developing a cwww.carbonrev.comonvection cure over in high nitrogen/low oxygen environment that provided programmed cure cycle of gradually […]

Customised Kinder Sculptures and Play Equipment

Austeng was pleased to assist landscaping architects Garden Consultants in designing and manufacturing customised striking ‘brain-explosion’ sculpture including ringing bells and whirly gig, curved amphitheater structure posts and two slides in the recent opening of the local One World for Children Day Care Centre’s refurbished garden and play spaces, see photos of play equipment below. […]

Annoucement – Skilling the Bay Grant Success

On 30th August, 2013 it was formally announced that Austeng was the successful industry partner of the State Government Skilling The Bay Geelong Future Industry Project. This project allocated $500,000 – funding to one innovative project that demonstrated capacity to transfer R&D from Deakin University into local industry to generate business opportunities and sustainable employment as […]

Austeng Helping to Bring Sea Dragon to Life

Austeng has proposed adapting commercial wind turbine technology to an iconic structure proposed for Geelong’s waterfront. JOH Architect’s Sea Dragon won $10,000 from Senia Lawyers in an Icon for Geelong competition to design a landmark for the city. The design features nine wind turbines powering a floating corkscrew-like structure driving an undulating wave. Austeng has […]

Paper, Screen Printing and Petroleum Industry Projects

Paper Industry Projects Automatic robotics paper stacking and baling equipment for A.P.M Maryvale Paper reel splitter for A.P.M. Maryvale and Wesleyvale Screen Printing Industry Projects A variety of specialist Drying equipment for Intergraphic Technologies Pty. Ltd. incorporating Ultra Violet, Infra Red and forced convection. These dryers are conveyorised and designed to meet clients production needs. […]