HMA Group

Material Handling, Instrumentation and Power Generation Solutions for Mining Applications

HMA Group

HMA Group provides industrial products and solutions for a wide range of applications in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and South Africa.

Material handling equipment for the mining industry

The HMA Materials Handling division provides state-of-the-art industrial equipment, advice, consultation, and technical backup.

HMA's team of qualified engineers has extensive product training and experience to offer a complete service, from equipment selection, through to installation, commissioning and maintenance.

The company also performs upgrades, design and construction of specialised machinery, such as jet slingers, railway maintenance equipment, cranes, manipulators and prototypes.

HMA's consultancy services include feasibility studies, accident investigations, acting as technical for insurance claims, and finite element analysis (FEA) design inspections.

The company's material handling division specialises in a wide range of areas, including:

  • Material loading systems
  • Stockpile generation and reclaim management
  • Screening
  • Vibratory equipment
  • Conveying
  • Chutes and gates
  • Weighing systems
  • Aluminium dome covers
  • Safety guarding
  • Road rail conversions
  • Hi-rail vehicles
  • Overhead rail maintenance and construction
  • Rail fixing and track resurfacing equipment
  • Ship loading
  • Cranes and lifting equipment
  • Wheel washing systems
  • Wear-resistant liners

Wear-resistant pipe equipment

HMA Wear Solutions supplies a range of wear-resistant ceramics and polyurethane-lined pipe equipment to reduce costs, while improving performance through enhanced design, material selection, supply and manufacture.

Known as Greenbank Terotech and Ceramatech for nearly 50 years, the company's abrasion-resistant solutions set many of the industry standards.

HMA Wear Solutions specialises in wear-resistant pipe and liners, abrasion and corrosion compounds, impact panels, cyclones, piping systems, and condition monitoring.

Geotechnical instrumentation for monitoring applications

Geotechnical Systems Australia, now HMA Geotechnical, instruments are created from a combination of research, development and practical field experience.

The division designs, manufactures and distributes instrumentation for the geotechnical and mining industries by supplying a wide range of monitoring applications, as well as borehole cameras, data logging and telemetry communication systems.

Instrumentation solutions

A merger of Process Oil & Gas Controls (POGC) and Measurement Resources (MR), HMA Instrumentation provides solutions to protect personnel, assets and environmental reputation.

The division's areas of expertise include analytics, boiler management, engineered products and nucleonics.

Flow and industrial solutions

While Initially two seperate companies, Valveco and Select Transmission & Motors Australia (STMA) were integrated to offer a complete range of flow and industrial solutions.

The division focuses on a wide range of components, including:

  • Valves: knifegate, resilient-seated, butterfly, ball, thermoplastic, check, plug, air, and automatic control
  • Actuators and accessories
  • Pipe couplings
  • Level control
  • Tech Taylor
  • Electric motors
  • Gearboxes
  • Screw jacks
  • Conveyor products
  • Power transmission
  • Condenser tube cleaning systems
  • Filters
  • Water treatment

Power generation solutions

Formally Diamond Power Australia, HMA Power Generation aims to improve cycle efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of the processes.

Available solutions include online / offline boiler cleaning, sootblower enhancements, and boiler servicers, optimisation and diagnostic tools.

Contact Details

HMA Group (Australia)
10 Hereford Street
Berkeley Vale
New South Wales 2261
Australia
+61 (0) 2 4389 6191
+61 (0) 2 4389 6199
info@hmagrp.com
hmagrp.com

Available White Papers

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Lifespan Improvements and Optimisation of Classification Cyclones 26 May 2017 A cluster of four 380mm De-watering Cyclones were sent in to HMA for refurbishment. They were originally lined with 12mm alumina tiles. Our client requested we propose methods to increase the service life of the items.