Taking a Closer Look at Link-Seal Mechanical Hydrostatic Pipe Sealing


LinkSeal is a quick-installation, leak-proof permanent Modular Seal suited to a range of industrial and commercial applications. LinkSeal is configurable to withstand water and oil-based substances (including motor oil, jet fuel, and hydraulic fluid), as well as extreme temperatures on either side of the thermometer, and boasts a pounds-per-square-inch gauge of 20. LinkSeal represents the absolute premiere solution for pipe seals in virtually all industrial applications. (more…)

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Projex Waterproofs the Most Iconic Structure in Newcastle with Wolfin

The iconic Christ Church Cathedral dominates the Newcastle skyline, serving as the location of the city’s principal War Memorial, and as the housing place for a large collection of commemorative war memorabilia. We’re proud to say that Projex are contributing to the preservation and protection of this beautiful building through the use of the Wolfin Waterproofing System! (more…)

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Incredible Rooftop Gardens from Around the World


It’s always a good feeling to glimpse a touch of green in the midst of a grey urban sprawl. Rooftop gardens are invading our urban spaces - they’re on the rise, and equal parts eco-friendly and chic. They add beauty to industrial areas and help lessen our impact upon the environment. Plus, they’re also statistically good for employee morale and productivity compared to a drab break. (more…)

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A History of the Australian Railway


From the time of settlement until the mid 1800s, settlers travelled by foot, horseback, horse-drawn wagon, or camel. The only alternative in those days was coastal shipping. A new era began in 1854 when the first steam train commenced operation in Australia, an era in which railway construction expanded rapidly in all of the country’s independent colonies. The earliest railways were built in the 1850s. Originally, rail tracks and carriages were imported from England and Ireland, but by the 1880s both track, carriages, and steam locomotives were manufactured locally.

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