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New leadership at Nautitech!

There’s excitement in the air as Nautitech makes some changes to its management team – and our clients are sure to benefit! Mac Powolny joins us as General Manager this week and brings with him over 15 years of industry […]

Nautitech is a finalist in 2017 Premier’s NSW Export Awards!

Saminco showcases JR1000 VFD Feeder Breaker System at AIMEX2017

Lights, Camera, Action at AIMEX!

Industry Update – Alternators and the Nautitech System

Approx. a month ago, the NSW Mine Dept. became aware of an issue with Alternators. This issue was in regards to Alternators producing voltages way in excess of their stated limits. Manufacturers advise in their provided manuals that for a […]

Nautitech releases new Alternator Protection Device

Nautitech protects I.S equipment from “load dump” spikes and surges

  Nautitech engineering protects I.S equipment from “load dump” spikes and surges On Friday the 9th of June, the NSW Mines Department released a safety alert regarding the suitability of flameproof alternators that supply power to intrinsically safe systems fitted […]

Nautitech Goes Intrinsically Safe

Nautitech acquisition of Connexa’s Intrinsically Safe (I.S) products late 2016 Nautitech’s desire to make a difference for safety in hazardous areas, is being pursued continuously and applied with a new offering of a suite of Intrinsically Safe (I.S) modular products […]

We’re growing our onsite technician support teams

Nautitech expands its field support team. Welcome to our 2 new dedicated field support electricians: Tom Smith in QLD, and Christo du Plessis in South Africa. Tom: QLD “I’m part of Nautitech’s QLD servicing team and have spent the last 5 years in […]

Nautitech gets a mention in CSIRO’s manufacturing study….

CSIRO study: The Australian manufacturing industry is not dying, it’s evolving CSIRO research finds Australia needs to work better with global supply chains and make more specific products to survive. Joe Castro/AAP Snapshot from the article: “Too often Australian manufacturers […]