Heavy engineering and reclamation specialists             

              


 

 

Major Projects

Since 1989, Sydney based engineering company Baker & Provan Pty Limited has been involved in an active programme of import replacement for both commercial and defence projects.

 

 

Areas of success include:

 

 

 

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  •  ANZAC Ship Boat Cranes.

Baker & Provan supplied 16 boat cranes for the Anzac Ship Project, competing against several overseas companies to win this work.  The Cranes were designed, developed, qualification tested and manufactured by Baker & Provan.

Baker & Provan are now the exclusive OEM agent for in service support and provide support to the east coast from our Sydney base and the the west coast via our subsidiary Air and Hydraulic Power Centre

 

 
  •    Slewing arm davits for the Royal  Australian Navy.

Nine davits were supplied to the RAN over a three year period.  Previously this type of equipment would have been imported, in this case from the US.


We are now t
he exclusive OEM agent for in service support and provide support to the east coast from our Sydney base and the the west coast via our subsidiary Air and Hydraulic Power Centre

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  •   Multipurpose cranes for the Australian Minehunter project.

This order was for the supply of six shipsets (each of two cranes) of equipment. The cranes, which are non-magnetic and low weight, have very good shock resistance and low noise characteristics.

  • Control surface shaft assemblies for the Collins class submarine.

In total 28 of these relatively complicated assemblies were supplied to this project.


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  •      Steel and steel coil-processing equipment.

Investment in CNC machinery and plant in the last eight years has permitted the company to manufacture specialist equipment for the steel industry.

   
  •        Industrial applications.

The company has been involved in numerous projects, in a wide range of industries, where investment in large capacity computer-controlled machine tools has permitted equipment to be manufactured locally instead of being imported. Recently the company installed a high precision; computer-controlled horizontal milling and boring machine (12m cross travel and 4m vertical). This machine gives the company the opportunity to manufacture components which in many cases are imported because there in insufficient local capacity.


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