ABOUT G.T.D

We pride ourselves in the frequency of repeat كيف ابيع اسهم دانة غاز work received from our customers

OUR HISTORY

  • 2011

    Thai Sekisui Foam
    Supply heating component of a New Foaming Line installation for Thai Sekisui Foam, Chonburi, Thailand. The new line consisted of a Vertical Pre-Heating (VPH) Oven, Horizontal Pre-Heating (HPH) Oven, and Vertical Foaming Oven (VO) combined with a Recuperative Thermal Oxidiser and Oven Heat Recovery system. This equipment included a fully integrated SCADA/HMI control system employing MODBUS instruments for real time control and full data acquisition and logging.
  • 2010
    BlueScope Steel - New Zealand Steel

    Paint Fume Incinerator for COLORSTEEL Paint Line refurbishment. The recuperative Incinerator, originally designed and manufactured by GTD, required a replacement primary heat exchanger.
  • 2010

    BlueScope Steel QLD
    Refurbishment of Paint Fume Incinerator for Prime Paint Line. The refurbishment of the recuperative Incinerator, originally designed and manufactured by GTD, was limited to a replacement burner and primary heat exchanger after being in service for approximately 17 years.
  • 2009
    Peanut Company of Australia (PCA)

    Refurbishment, modification and commissioning of Proctor Gas Oven for Roast Peanut value adding process.
  • 2009

    Amp Control
    Supply and install Batch Oven for varnish baking of transformers (in addition to 2007 installation).
  • 2008
    Bronx International

    Supply Paintline Oven and Incinerator for Paint Line to Isobau, Greece. This equipment included a fully digital control system utilising a Siemens PLC linked to a full SCADA/HMI system including full data acquisition and logging system.
  • 2008

    Thai Sekisui Foam
    Due to successes experienced in the Australian installation, supply and install two Pre Heat Ovens for foaming lines.
  • 2007
    Amp Control

    Supply and install Batch Oven for drying of transformer cores.
  • 2006

    Sekisui Pilon
    Due to success of aforementioned Pre Heat Oven, supply and install second Pre Heat Oven for adjacent foaming line.
  • 2006
    Sekisui Pilon

    Supply and install Pre Heat Oven for foaming line.
  • 2005/6

    Bronx International
    Supply Prime and Finish Catenary Finish Ovens and Incinerator with integrated heat recovery for new line in Central America. Oven system was integrated with Customer Coater Room ventilation system to optimise pollution control and minimise energy usage. The Control System utilised both a stand-alone Temperature Control and DeviceNet-enabled SCADA/HMI package to allow Auto or Manual operation. Manual operation utilised manual setpoint control of instruments and push-button Start-up/Shutdown whilst Auto Mode provides full PLC-based control and data acquisition and logging. Total Order Value in excess of $1,400,000.00
  • 2004
    Bluescope Steel - New Zealand Steel

    Supply new Catenary Finish Oven and Incinerator with integrated heat recovery to replace existing Catenary/Floatation Oven to suit new product requirements and a line speed increase. The Oven and Incinerator were to be of the same design as supplied to their sister Plant at Acacia Ridge (see reference above). The Oven is designed with a simplified version of the system supplied to Acacia Ridge. Total Order Value in excess of $1,000,000.00
  • 2003/4

    Bluescope Steel - New Zealand Steel
    Supply new Make Up and Pre-heat Exchangers for Prime Coating Line. The design utilised the latest material technology to replacing the then current GTD supplied unit after 20 years of service. Total Order Value in excess of $300,000.00
  • 2003
    Bronx International

    Supply Oven in modular form for export to Wempco, Nigeria. The Oven was designed with Cascade ventilation system for possible future addition of Incineration and Heat Recovery.
  • 1998

    GCD Engineering
    Provide consultancy services to Bao Steel Group in Shanghai, China for upgrading of existing Coil Coating line, ex Wean United.
  • 1996
    National Can

    Supply and installation of a New "Ross" Fume Incinerator system to replace two previously undersized/under-performing units, including all new ductwork and interconnection, replacement PLC-based Control System and upgrading of the Oven System to reduce energy usage and improve Oven Balance. Details of PLC based control system included full VSD control of all fan motors, SCADA/HMI operator interface with data acquisition and data-logging and a Menu-based Auto-setup program developed by GTD. Total Order Value in excess of $260,000.00
  • 1995

    Morris McMahon
    Supply and installation of a 6,000 sheet/hour Metal Printing and Coating Oven "Wicket Oven" for tinplate sheet, including Integrated Fume Incineration and Heat Recovery System, and the addition of a second Fume Incinerator to the existing Coating Oven. This equipment included a fully digital control system utilising an Allen Bradley PLC linked to a full SCADA/HMI system including full data acquisition and logging system. Total Order Value in excess of $1,000,000.00
  • 1994
    BHP Engineering

    Supply and install Ovens and Incineration equipment with integrated Heat Recovery to the Project "Pluto" Paintline for production and test purposes. This line included the use of both Convection and Infra-Red Gas Heating to provide rapid heating, and cost-effective temperature control of the product.
  • 1993

    John Lysaght (BHP)
    Upgrading of the #3 Line Ventilation System to include 40% LEL "Ross" cascade airflow and additional Heat Exchangers for increased heat recovery, reduced maintenance, and improved flexibility. This contract included the complete re-design of the line operating parameters to better approximate the operation of the line as used in today's market, including in-house computer modelling of the line operation and energy consumptions leading to a payback period of less than 15 months.
  • 1992
    Nylex-Mentone

    Supply and installation of modifications to the existing Nylex "Ross" Vinyl Curing Ovens to convert the Ovens from Indirect Gas Firing to Direct Gas Firing. The ovens were originally installed in 1963 fired with indirect oil heaters; these were subsequently customer-converted to indirect gas, and modified by GTD to provide direct gas firing based on a payback time of less than 18 months.
  • 1991

    John Lysaght (BHP)
    Supply and installation of additional High Temperature Ductwork to complete the conversion of one Oven to the new ducting system originally supplied in 1990.
  • 1991
    John Lysaght

    Re-furbishing and upgrades to the existing "Ross" Paintline equipment, including up rated explosion relief systems.
  • 1990

    Durmech/BHPE
    Supply of all Process Equipment for the Queensland Coil Painting Line, including Metal Cleaning Equipment; Post Conversion Coating Equipment; Coater Room ventilation equipment; Curing Ovens; Air Coolers; Water Quenches; & Fume Incineration Systems, including Heat Recovery and Safety Monitoring Systems. Total Order Value in excess of $3,000,000.00
  • 1990
    John Lysaght

    Supply and installation of new High Temperature Heat Recovery Ductwork on Coil Painting Line to incorporate new design and materials to obviate high temperature expansion problems.
  • 1990

    Gadsden Australia
    Upgrade of existing can Decorating Ovens to incorporate the advantages apparent in the 1,600 can/min Ovens supplied in 1988/89.
  • 1989
    G.E.C. Ahlstrom

    Gas Fired Batch Oven for curing of transformer windings and coils.
  • 1989

    Westinghouse
    Indirect Gas Fired Batch Oven for curing of vacuum impregnated, varnished stators for the Australian Submarine Project Engines.
  • 1988
    Jones & Rickard

    Electrically-heated, Portable Varnish impregnation Oven.
  • 1988

    Hawker de Havilland
    Upgrade of GTD-built de-embrittlement Oven to allow for curing of solvent-releasing Viton Gaskets.
  • 1988
    Gadsden Australia

    Supply and Installation of Three (3) "Ross" 1,600 can/min Ovens for drying and curing of the outside decoration on aluminium, two-piece cans. At the time of the supply of these Ovens they were the highest speed Ovens of this type ever manufactured and installed in the World! Total Order Value in excess of $1,600,000.00
  • 1988

    Hawker de Havilland
    Drop Quench Furnace and associated mechanical systems for Solution Heat Treatment of Aluminium structural Aircraft Parts.
  • 1988
    Gadsden Australia

    Complete upgrading of "Ross" can processing Ovens including complete changes to Can Conveying Systems, and improvements to Oven temperature and ventilation control.
  • 1987

    Formica
    Design, supply and installation of "Ross" GF900-5,500 SCFM Fume Incinerator for 760 to 900°C operation, with an integrated Heat Recovery System for existing paper impregnation line.
  • 1987
    Morris McMahon

    Removal, relocation, upgrading, and conversion to direct gas firing of two Metal Printing and Coating Ovens "Wicket Ovens" for tinplate sheet.
  • 1985

    Hawker de Havilland
    Electrically heated De-embrittlement Batch Oven for aircraft motor parts. The design produced variations of air temperature within the Oven chamber less than 1.75°C from setpoint when operating at 150°C. This performance was considerably better than that specified by Boeing!
  • 1985
    Metal Polishers

    Design and supply of supplementary equipment for the re-furbishing and upgrading of coil Paintline equipment, including Ovens, Incinerators and Pre-treatment equipment.