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Project profiles detail MIPAC’s engineering successes

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Want to learn about some of the significant engineering projects MIPAC has worked on?

Visit the customer projects section  on our web site for details about solutions we’ve delivered for major mining and utility companies including SunWater, PanAust, Glencore and Kazzinc.

The project profiles highlight our expertise with process control, electrical design, instrument design, DCS, PLC, and SCADA systems, as well as PI historian.

We will continue to update our project profiles in the coming months.

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director

MIPAC: a one-stop shop for process control and optimisation services

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
MIPAC is renowned for its control systems expertise but are you aware of the scope of our services?

We are skilled at implementing distributed control systems (DCS), programmable logic control (PLC) systems and SCADA.

We are also experienced in developing industrial communications networks, and data management and management information systems.

Our DCS expertise includes:
•    ABB - Industrial IT
•    Bailey INFI 90
•    Taylor Mod 300
•    Emerson - DeltaV
•    Foxboro - IA
•    Honeywell
•    Metso DNA
•    Siemens – PCS7
•    Toshiba Taylor
•    Yokogawa – CS3000, Centum CS, uXL. We are also experienced in PLC systems, notably:
•    Allen-Bradley / Rockwell
•    Schneider / Modicon
•    Toshiba
•    Siemens. And we are well recognised for our SCADA skills, specifically in:
•    Citect
•    Wonderware. MIPAC engineers have hands-on skills in implementing industrial communication networks and data management systems, including:
•    OsiSoft Pi
•    Archestra
•    OPC.

We also understand safety systems, system security, graphic design, user security, ergonomics, application programming, simulations and alarm strategies.

In addition, we offer electrical design and CAD services.

Our employees are our greatest asset and we are committed to their development. Our staff undertake regular industry training and we frequently conduct in-house training for most modern systems on dedicated training stations. We also invest considerable funds and time in appraising new products.

If you would like to know more about MIPAC’s full spectrum of services and our innovative, award-winning products, please email sales@mipac.com.au

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director




Dedicated IsaMills™ team working around the world

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

MIPAC is delivering process control engineering solutions for an increasing number of IsaMill™ projects around the world.

To best attend to the growing scope of work, we have appointed a dedicated team of expert process control engineers who design and commission the E, I & C systems specifically for IsaMills™.

Led by Brian Forrester, the team is currently working with Xstrata Technology on three sites in Canada, as well as on projects in Peru, Russia, the United States of America, and Australia.

Click here to learn more about these projects utilising Xstrata Technology's state-of-the-art fine grinding equipment.

Cheers Eddie

Get greener with MIPAC

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

 Climate change and the carbon tax are hot topics at the moment. Did you watch the ABC’s Four Corners this week?

To reduce your company’s energy emissions and operating costs, tap into the expertise of MIPAC’s engineers. We have proven ways to optimise manufacturing and processing operations, leading to a healthier natural environment and a healthier bottom line.

No matter if you are smelting lead, refining copper, brewing beer or processing milk, by fine-tuning and automating key processes your plant will be more efficient, and greener.

Visit our environment report web page to read case studies which show how MIPAC’s know-how and products transform our clients’ operations, their energy emissions and their bottom line.

 Cheers Eddie

World-scale projects keeping us Megawatt busy

Monday, April 11, 2011

There’s never a quiet moment at MIPAC and this month’s newsletter details some projects that have been keeping our talented team of engineers busy over the past few months.

Our work with Xstrata Copper late last year saw us develop solutions to a substantial challenge: moving the largest refrigeration plant of its kind in the world. Relocating the 24.5 Megawatt plant was a mammoth task but one our engineers tackled with gusto. Thanks to Xstrata Copper’s detailed planning and MIPAC’s knowledge and experience, the job was completed safely, on time and under budget.

In addition to working on sites all over the world – from Armenia and Khazakhstan, to Mexico, Chile and Peru — MIPAC’s team also works in its home town of Brisbane. We recently took on a supervisory role at the BP Cogeneration Plant on Bulwer Island near Brisbane Airport. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with the Bulwer Island Energy Partnership.

The newsletter also introduces new graduate Cayden Mayer. Cayden joined MIPAC while still at university and we now welcome him as a full-time systems engineer.

I trust our newsletter will be of interest to you. If you have any questions about how MIPAC can help your business become more efficient and profitable, please do not hesitate to contact me on Tel. (+61 7) 3212 5600 or via www.mipac.com.au/contact.htm

 

Eddie DeRivera

Managing Director

 

MIPAC makes businesses work better around the world

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

I encourage you to check out MIPAC's latest news stories.

You'll learn about what we're up to in mining, food and beverage, and oil and gas; as well as where we are working around the world, from Khazakhstan to Mexico.

We also highlight MIPAC's forward-thinking seminar about reducing energy consumption in grinding. This function was run last month in conjunction with Russell Mineral Equipment and Energetics for our select clients.

Finally, we're pleased to introduce our new staff members, talented people with valuable experience who are helping MIPAC advance our clients’ interests.

We trust you will find the stories to be of value and your feedback is welcomed.

 

Best wishes

Eddie DeRivera

MIPAC Launches New Website

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Fresh, Interesting, New Website

www.mipac.com.au

MIPAC has gone live with a brand new website.  The site has a fresh new look and feel and contains lots of interesting and relevant content.  You'll find information on our products and services; industry solutions and applications; control systems experience and profiles of process control, automation and optimisation projects around the world.

Check it out today: www.mipac.com.au

We've also become Tweeters and LinkedIn members.



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