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.
Testing has begun on different elements of the design and this will continue over the next six weeks. Lyndon Engineering are aiming to complete final prototype testing in the Spring of 2017, and if the project is accepted to then present something in the innovation section of the Mystery Creek Fieldays in 2018.
A big thanks to the boys from Charter Transport who helped us with a double crane lift with some pipe and screen work on a recent job. They worked safely and quickly to help us get our work in to position. We have some exciting projects coming up and we know we can trust the Charters team to provide assistance with a wide range of crane trucks and help with methodology as well. Contact Lyndon Engineering for help with any engineering project in the Christchurch and Selwyn areas.
The team at Lyndon Engineering welcomed the challenges of this Selwyn District Council project that included fabrication, galvanising and installing at site of galvanised cantilevered beams, posts, overhead walkways and intake protection screens. These screens included a rotating-chain brush system run from an automated timer.
The team at Lyndon Engineering also supplied the temporary hole-punched alloy screens (seen on right hand intake) which can be easily removed for servicing. We look forward to working on many new projects in 2017 with our custom design and fabrication team.
Lyndon Engineering are pleased to have begun works for a well renowned gold mining company in New Zealand, working on the refurbishment of their industrial gold mining equipment at our West Christchurch workshop. The first work to be undertaken is the re-meshing of a large eight metre trommel, also known as a rotary screen, which is used to separate materials in the gold mining process. The team will spend the next week strengthening the trommel frame, and then re-laying new screen mesh, fitting over 450 bolts and manufacturing some additional design features suited to the customers next mining project.
Our fabrication team is busy working on the new race car trailer for Pitstop Furniture www.pitstopfurniture.co.nz. The trailer will be covered with insulation panelling and rated to 3500kgs with twin tandem electric brakes to control the ‘beast’ as it travels around the country. Look out for this 6.5mtr trailer designed and built by Lyndon Engineering at race meetings around the country.
Craig from Pitstop Furniture (the beasts owner!) sells super cool racing themed furniture from the back of this retail trailer and on-line. Once it is on road and all sign written we will be sure to show you the finished product.