Jimblebar Iron Ore Mine
Ferro-Clean Pty Ltd
Spray Painting, Abrasive Blasting, Industrial Painting
The recently opened $3.2 Billion mine that will bring BHP's iron ore capacity to 220 million tonnes per annum.
In February 2012, BHP approved a $3.6bn iron ore mine development near Newman. Over 1500 tonne of steel and 6km of handrail required fabrication and painting locally.
The project required a 2.5 class blast, then an Ethyl Silicate Zinc applied to 75 microns – this is suitable for typical mine-site structures in non-corrosive areas like the Pilbara, which are classified as ‘rural arid environments’.
The job required rigorous inspection to ensure it met the specifications without deviation, and - as with most rapid growth projects – it was needed in a short timeframe.
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, Industrial Painting
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