The custom engineering team spent several months designing, fabricating and installing this complex balustrade and fencing project for the Canterbury Health Board in Akaroa. A full 300mtr design of each angular-shaped panel was required to fit on top of the graduated retaining walls that surrounded the car-park and entire health hub building, all located on a hilly undulating site. The fence was finished in a five coat paint system, chosen to protect against the sea air conditions in Akaroa.
The job looks great; we can design, build and fit your custom fencing work. We are Sitewise Green certified, with existing attributes for local and central government work.
The Lyndon Harrow team are at site L7 in 2019. Please come to see us and discuss your requirements for manure spreading harrows, leaf harrows, arena groomers, 3 Point Linkage Tractor harrows, horse track conditioners, horse track harrows, ATV towable harrows and a wide range of agricultural spike and chain harrows. See you there, Site L7, Mystery Creek June 13 – 16 2019.
Our install team can supply industrial premises or farms with these dome structures. Lyndon Engineering will organise your civil works, and then install the structure along with any additions you may require.
The site pictured has an internal floor area of 6000 width x 12000 length with a central roof height of 4300mm. As this is a portable structure with no permanent footings it does not require a consent, however you should always confirm this with your local district authority. Installed pricing starts from $22,000.
The Lyndon Custom Engineering team have been busy building multiple recycling containers from recycled 20ft shipping containers.
The structural steel-work to add in a hook-deck, fabrication of internal doors, latch systems and fold down platforms was completed by our custom team
Additionally the team supplied grit blasting and painting work along with assistance from our specialist suppliers for the stainless steel and the yellow composite fibre-glass platform inserts.
A great use of shipping containers that will be used in the Buller District recycling initiative.
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.
Lyndon Engineering can source the following wholesale products and services for you. We trust these products and all come with a guarantee of quality from the manufacturer.
Bare-Co PTO shafts, linkage & tines.
Pit Stop racing inspired furniture.
Ricarnie transport & agricultural parts.
AES alternators & starter motors
Wide Span Sheds – high quality steel shed solutions
Contact us on +64 3 3478516 or email@example.com
We are proud to have supplied another Hydraulic Folding frame in December 2017. Our client requested the frame to be painted John Deere green and fitted with our 16mm Combo (spike & chain) harrows. The harrows will be used for clod break-up, trash removal and some seed covering. We build robust equipment to many widths, feel free to contact the team on 0800 HARROWS to find out more.
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.
Motor and speed control conveyor
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.