Austin Site Services provides a comprehensive range of on and off-site repair and maintenance services for mining equipment. From preventative maintenance through to emergency breakdown repairs or scheduled refurbishments, our experienced technicians can assist you.
Our maintenance services cover a range of mining equipment, including truck body, tray and bucket repair. Off-site maintenance and repairs are performed at our fully equipped workshops, using the latest in robotic welding systems and heavy-duty overhead cranes. Specialised service vehicles allow us to efficiently handle any on-site work.
Austin offers specialised fabrication services, ranging from general fabrication through to structural steel, piping and heavy plate. We fabricate mining equipment, including skids, mineral processing equipment and modular structures, using the highest quality materials for structural integrity.
Our technicians are highly skilled in welding and fabrication, holding qualifications as International Welding Inspectors. With specialist knowledge and experience, we design, engineer and manufacture a wide range of products to meet our clients’ requirements.
Using our purpose-built facilities, Austin delivers a full complement of industrial abrasive blasting and painting services. Our dedicated blasting chambers are both efficient and environmentally sound and are serviced by overhead cranes.
We can handle any job, from large mining and industrial vehicles, loaders and equipment to smaller components. We use only the highest quality paint coatings to protect against the effects of corrosion, abrasion and contact impact.
Austin delivers a range of machining services, from vertical and horizontal boring and lathe work to heavy-equipment reclamation and sub-arc welding. Our boring units are mine site compliant, capable of accessing remote locations and tackling the most demanding of tasks.
Austin’s modern CNC plasma cutting machines have cutting beds measuring 18000 mm x 3500 mm, for cutting plates up to 40 mm thick. Gas cutting heads are used to cut up to 300 mm thick on various steel plate grades. Using a variable bevelling head, our machine eliminates any requirement for manual bevelling.