ACE is a privately owned, multi-disciplinary Engineering consultancy specializing in advanced modular design and construction of mineral processing equipment from Pilot to full Scale plant. Our resources include Process Control, Electrical/Instrumentation, Mechanical and Chemical/Process engineers, backed up by in house PLC/SCADA programmers and 3D CAD drafting specialists to provide expertise from concept to full 3D models and project realisation.
Adelaide Control Engineering employs a team of experienced engineers and drafters and offers a full range of engineering services including, concept studies, plant and equipment design, installation, commissioning and project management. Working closely with their clients, Adelaide Control Engineering moves beyond the normal consultant/client relationship to become “part of the business” resulting in greater benefits to the client.
Our Regency Park Site has 400 m2 of offices and 1500 m2 of workshop and warehouse facilities, where we can assemble and test our modules prior to shipping to site.
The company’s involvement in the Uranium industry for over 20 years has culminated in a range of innovative modular systems for ISL leaching, Precipitation, Drying and Packing of Uranium Yellowcake. Building mineral processing plants at remote mining sites is difficult and costly. By building the plant in modules in our factory where we have access to staff with special engineering skills, we can provide operator training and confidently ship a fully tested plant to the customers site, avoiding many of the problems associated with equipment supply to remote areas.
Through our extensive work on modular layouts, we have been successful in the design and construction of several modular pilot plants for a range of minerals. The development of small scale pilot plants that are functional, operable and transportable are providing significant benefits for our customers. The inclusion of advanced control systems allows Adelaide Control Engineering to monitor and control the plant remotely from anywhere in the world. Real time and historical data is used to improve plant performance “on the fly” with input from experts around the globe.