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Industrial Engineering

Whether you need a small jig or an innovative lifting solution, True Balance Engineering can help. We offer a range of industrial engineering services from design, and fabrication, to component manufacture, and compliance work.

A dedicated project manager who specialises in the industrial engineering process will consult with you every step of the way. From planning, to manufacturing, and installation together we’ll make sure your objectives are reached.

Clients engage us for our:

  • high standard of service and products
  • team of motivated and highly skilled specialists
  • strong reputation for meeting planned timelines and keeping to budgets.
  • Industrial Engineering Services

  • Design & Drafting
  • Mechanical Contracting
  • Electrical Contracting
  • Machining & Fabrication
  • Specialised Welding
  • Component Manufacture
  • Compliance & Safety including Quality Assurance and Risk Management Strategies.
  • Full compliance with relevant Australian standards

    True Balance Engineering regularly visit sites to help employers meet Australian standards such as:

  • AS 2550 Cranes, hoists and winches — Safe use
  • AS 4024.1 Safety of Machinery and Guarding Consulting
  • AS 1554 Structural Steel Code Welding Supervision and Inspection
  • AS 1210 Pressure vessel Manufacture and Inspection.
  • AS 1796 Pipe Welding
  • These standards were designed to ensure quality, avoid failure, malfunction, extend the life of your asset - and make sure the workplace is safe.

    Specialised welding quality assured

    Our welding service meets all relevant Australian requirements such as AS 1796 Pipe Welding and AS 1554 Structural Steel Code Welding Supervision and Inspection.

    We can arrange for Non – Destructive Testing to be carried out by several NATA accredited laboratories whom we have existing relationships with.

    Major Inspections

    Re-certification of Plant

    Major inspections we do regularly include:

  • 10 Year inspections of scissor lifts and elevated work platforms
  • 25 Year structural inspections of cranes.
  • Major inspections are an important part of any preventative maintenance program - however this is generally done at the end of a machine’s projected life.

    Irregular major inspections

    Note that major inspections are required earlier under certain circumstances, such as:

  • when there’s an overload
  • structural damage
  • the product has been imported
  • concerns during maintenance activities.
  • Detailed inspection process

    At each major inspection, you can expect us to assess structural and mechanical aspects. We inspect for wear, fatigue, and cracking of all components critical to safety. We report on all hazards to health and safety in the workplace that may present during:

  • Installation
  • Commissioning
  • Decommissioning
  • Dismantling
  • Set up and use.