The team have been busy working on converting 20ft shipping containers into relocatable hook-truck recycling containers. The containers are fitted with insert chutes and internal doors to enable the separation of different coloured glass and plastics. The current batch are being shipped to the West Coast of the South Island to meet the needs of our growing tourist industry.
The client will then fit their sign writing graphics to compliment the local environment. These containers are essentially recycled themselves, and we have grit-blasted and repainted them with specialised container paints to ensure their new life off the ocean is set up well for the future.
Our team is busy working on projects and supply of our products all across New Zealand. The beautiful landscape of the South Island is a great place to work, create and fabricate our solutions for our valued clients.
The fabrication and install team have been busy in 2018, fabrication and installation of two custom structural steel jobs in Selwyn, Canterbury and Christchurch City. Our services cover steel fabrication, coating application and installation. The team can assist with your design and provide all the fabrication certifications required for the design engineer or your local council. A great job done on these projects, with happy clients which is always what we strive for at Lyndon Engineering.
Lyndon Engineering will visit your site in Christchurch or Selwyn, complete a safety health check with your site safety representative and put in place engineering solutions to minimise fall risks, pedestrian strikes or machinery accidents due to lack of guarding around the workplace. We can also help you with design of your line-marking solutions and organise pricing with our trusted supplier to undertake the work at the best buying rates.
A site consultation is $175, and this is discounted off your final invoice if any engineering solution work is approved by your safety committee.
Contact us now for assistance with your site safety engineering solutions. 03-3478516.
Lyndon Engineering have recently completed another conveyor system for a fast-paced industrial customer in the printing industry. The conveyor has an in-built speed control system and regulated motor drive running a calibrated poly cord flatbed.
The team working on the Lyndon Viticulture project known as the ‘Terroir 180’, have presented their design and fabrication overview at the University of Canterbury Engineering campus. Engineers from Lyndon Engineering provided a brief to the Canterbury University to look at solutions to soil improvements in the viticulture and horticultural industry. A team of fourth year students used this brief as part of their final year degree requirements for ‘real world’ solutions in New Zealand.
With some external interest already in being part of this project and its market development in the future, prospects are looking very interesting for the team at Lyndon Engineering over the coming years.
Lyndon Engineering not only build their own equipment and commercial machinery, we also provide a contract machine design and fabrication service. We can assist with the CAD design based on your ideas, sourcing competitive pricing on components and fabricating your machine into a saleable product. Our knowledge covers steel work, pneumatics, hydraulics, travelling systems and product delivery systems. Bring us your idea and lets work together to bring your product to the market, all with the confidence of retaining your design and IP.
The Lyndon Engineering development team are finalising the design for their viticulture soil improvement system after many months of market research. Field trials begin in late May for the machine known as the ‘Terroir 180’ which will improve a vineyards and general horticultural soil structure.
The project team includes four 4th year University of Canterbury Engineering professionals, along with Elton Hyde and Richard Butler from Lyndon Engineering. The development project involves a range of engineering disciplines including steel fabrication, pneumatics, electronics, hydraulics and flow control.
If you would be interested in your vineyard to be part of our trial process in the Spring of 2017 please contact Elton Hyde at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +64 3 3478516. If you have a soil depth of at least 300mm then our trials will be suited to your environment.