With over 75 years experience, Dulux Protective Coatings provides protection against corrosion, UV exposure, chemical attack, abrasion and impact damage in diverse, harsh and corrosive environments.
Our heavy duty inorganic zinc silicate and zinc-rich epoxy primers, high build epoxies, chlorinated rubbers, epoxy-acrylic and polyurethane topcoats and micaceous iron oxide coatings protect many significant railway and infrastructure projects across Australia today. Dulux Protective Coatings’ experienced technical consultants can provide tailor made solutions for whatever your project demands, whether it is new work or maintenance..
Parchem Construction Supplies (Parchem) was originally known as Expandite Rawlplug Australia and was established in Sydney in 1958.
In addition to our products manufactured here in Australia, Parchem Construction Supplies brings to the Australian market products and technology from all corners of the globe via our alliances with respected companies including Fosroc International, Vandex and Vector Corrosion Technologies.
The civil engineering, industrial and commercial industries are well serviced by Parchem’s broad range of products and our strong commitment to service and technical support.
MHWirth is a leading global provider of first-class drilling solutions and services designed to offer our valued clients with the safer, more efficient and reliable alternative. Since 1895, MHWirth has been a leading supplier of civil construction products for largescale projects. We combine innovative cutting-edge technology with first-class support for our customers. Our global network enables us to provide full local service.
Our pile top drill rigs are the efficient solution for deep and large diameter drilling in various geological formations for onshore and offshore applications. They are used for foundation drillings for high rise buildings, bridges and port constructions, reinforcement drillings for water dam restoration and offshore foundation drilling for windmills and platforms, furthermore for shaft drilling for mining applications. Pile diameters from 0.6 m to 7.0 m and drilling depths of up to 500 m can be realized with them.
Using the reverse circulation (air-lift) drilling method, they set the standards for cost effectiveness and versatility. Our experienced specialists provide comprehensive advice in selecting the right equipment for your individual site conditions – from the tender phase right the way through to project execution.