Thorburn Australia engineers are experts with automation and control system projects!
Electrical power distribution can range from a simple light and power board to an MCC or entire plant wide supply system.
Variable Speed Drives
Low or High Voltage, Regenerative, DC Braking, Low Harmonics, High torque. We have done it all.
Hazardous areas refer to an area where an explosive atmosphere can be present, or may be expected to be present.
A HAZOP is recognized as a formal safety assessment tool to control the process risks to an acceptable level.
Machinery and process plants are complex systems relying on instruments and the electrical systems to provide safety.
Large Scale Solar
Solar networks larger than 30kW require special regulations under the National Electricity Rules.
Commissioning is often the most dangerous phase for projects. We have years of experience commissioning complex plants.
Servicing Remote Sites
We can service your site by either local visits or via electronic connections through virtual networks.
Our experienced electrical team is accomplished in all facets of engineering from planning and design through to contract administration, construction phase, project implementation and system operation.
Our engineers are Registered Professional Engineers in Queensland (RPEQ), licensed Hazardous Area Auditors (02/0224), TUV certified Functional Safety Engineers as well as former electrical tradesmen.
Thorburn Australia uses the latest software as integration partners with Rockwell and Schneider. We use SKM Powertools for power modelling and have capabilities in many other systems.
Safety is of paramount importance to Thorburn Australia. This includes all aspects of the design from personal safety, process safety and construction. We have extensive experience on many sites.
Thorburn Australia has all of the required insurances to ensure we protect your projects. We have insurances for Professional Indemnity ($10M), Public Liability ($20M) and Workers Compensation.
We add value by partnering with our clients to provide on-going support either via local visits or virtual networks where travel can be a large overhead for remote sites.