Contracted by equipment supplier FILTRONtec, Ampcontrol provided maintenance works on eight FILTRONtec air filter systems installed in the 3.7 km long Central-Wan Chai Bypass tunnel.
The iMAC GRM Module is an Intrinsically Safe General Relay output module for the iMAC System. The module responds to iMAC Address 0 data and can be configured to operate off any bit (0-7) via a rotary switch located under the front fascia. There are three GRM variants to suit 24VDC, 110VAC, or 240VAC power supplies.
The iMAC CRM Module is an Intrinsically Safe Control Relay output module for the iMAC System. The iMAC CRM provides remote mirroring of the iMAC Controller’s Control Relay (CR). There are three CRM variants to suit 24VDC, 110VAC, or 240VAC power supplies.
The iMAC ARM Module is an Intrinsically Safe Auxiliary Relay output module for the iMAC System. The iMAC ARM provides remote mirroring of the iMAC Controller’s Auxiliary Relay (AR). There are three ARM variants to suit 24VDC, 110VAC, or 240VAC power supplies.
The iMAC RTD1 Module is an Intrinsically Safe temperature input module. The RTD1 provides a single channel RTD PT100 sensor input for monitoring temperature. The Module is powered directly from the iMAC L1 Fieldbus communication line.
Moranbah North Coal Mine is situated in the Bowen Basin at Moranbah in Central Queensland. Ampcontrol designed and manufactured a fit for purpose flameproof 11kV to 110V lighting enclosure to facilitate extra lighting along with 110V circuit connections for the site.
Ampcontrol were contracted to assist in the expansion of the Singapore MRT, providing the AlphaLite Max 18W solution to illuminate the tunnel as materials were fed into the advancing machine.
Ampcontrol have been contracted as the sole supplier for a large resources tunnelling project and are set to deliver a range of equipment, cable and maintenance services throughout the construction phase of the project.
Designed to supply power to tunnel surface operations including a welding factory, the containerised substation developed by Ampcontrol will act as the main distribution system on-site.
During routine high voltage maintenance at a surface mine in western NSW, conducted by Ampcontrol’s High Voltage Service team, a transformer failed testing and required inspection and overhaul. To ensure the mine experienced minimal downtime, the on-site team placed a call to our Tomago base to see if a suitable hire replacement was available.
Contracted by a leading infrastructure company in Hong Kong, Ampcontrol provided customised low voltage switchboards to allow a connection of 2 x 1400kVA and 1 x 600kVA generators with an auto synchronisation function for temporary power to a rectangle tunnel boring maching at their Kai Tak Development situated between residential homes, a school and a main road.