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For over 30 years Steamatic has combined technology, training and excellent customer service to deliver a cost and time efficient product. The launch of SGR supports our global large loss division that has already been operating for over 10 years. Read more about some of our most recent projects.

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In the wake of the devastating bushfires that ravage the east coast of Australia during the summer of 2019/20
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A fire occurred in the juice pressing area of the largest national citrus juice manufacturer in the Country. Thermal damage was restricted to the immediate fire scene but resultant smoke...
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Steamatic Cairns was engaged by our large loss division, Steamatic Global Recovery, to address a significant mould issue at a commercial cold store. Recognising the urgency of the situation, Steamatic Global Recovery (SGR) mobilised resources to tackle the challenge effectively. The collaboration leveraged both our local presence and SGR’s large loss capability to mitigate the
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During renovation works at a laboratory in Port Melbourne, a large thermometer was damaged, resulting in Mercury leaking
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Regional flooding to the area resulted in the Hinkler Shopping centre sustaining 1.2 metres of flood waters throughout facility. The facility consisted of 86 retail stores and 3 major department stores...
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Electrical fire in power substation at a nickel mine in New Caledonia. Initial expert consultation and assessment. Scientific swap sampling to determine breakdown of contaminants present
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Vodacom Tanzania is Tanzania's leading cellular network company. A small but significant fire broke out at the company's Kwale Street exchange.
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Steamatic Townsville was contacted to attend a mould infestation throughout three levels of a commercial building. The job was a high priority, and with crews already on the ground in Townsville, Steamatic Global Recovery leaned on Steamatic’s local presence to attend immediately. Challenges: The commercial property faced a significant mould infestation across three levels, totaling
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A bushfire occurred in remote bushland close to the Siding Springs Observatory, which is a significant part of the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) at the ANU.
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