The MAX Plant project team completed 3 new installations across Western Australia, 2 plants in the North West and 1 plant in the Mid-West, and a full 1000TPH fixed plant in South Australia.
The installation and commissioning of the MAX Plant for an Iron ore mine in the North of WA to produce 480TPH of minus 10mm DOS. The plant is full electric setup and controlled by a bespoke operator computer HMI system which integrates all plant functions into an ergonomic and user friendly plant control system.
Following the completion of this plant the project team at MAX Plant moved straight onto another MAX Plant. The plant was designed to operate at 600 TPH of minus 10mm and has dual stockpiling areas that can store a total of 120,000 tons of product at any one time.
The Mid West project saw MAX Plant relocate an existing MAX Plant and upgrade it to the new format and layout. This included new screening stations and a full electrification of the plant from its previous diesel hydraulic set up. Once again proving the benefit of the MAX Plant range, and is a shining example, of the total flexibility and versatility of the MAX Plant concept. The utilization of existing MAX Plant equipment, coupled with its flexible footprint and its ability to absorbed into a new formats at minimum cost and downtime even during site moves puts MAX Plant into a league of its own in plant design and operation.
MAX Plant entered back into the fixed plant market with the design, build, construct of a 1000TPH plant in South Australia for an Iron Ore Mine, the plant took 9 months from initial design through to install and commissioning. In the early years of MAX Plant history, the focus was on the fixed plant market in the mining and quarry industries. Only to see them change direction in 2002 into the track and portable markets. During 2010 MAX Plant had numerous customers approach them to tender on fixed crushing plants due to the previous history of plants that had been built by MAX Plant. The directors of MAX Plant decide it was time to set up the Mining Projects division to focus on this area of the business.