FULTON HOGAN GISBORNE WINS!
It’s true what they say, “first in, best dressed”. Fulton Hogan Gisborne had an old problem.
AUTOMATION IS ABOUT UNDERSTANDING PLANT OPERATION, NOT MACHINERY.
In business, there’s two ways to make money. One, sell more. Two, reduce the cost of sales.
FAST AND FLEXIBLE, OFF-THE-SHELF PCB’S CAN INCREASE YOUR PROFITS!
As most of you are already aware, we are industry leaders in creating PCB’s for smart controllers.
LESSON 1: KNOW YOUR SH!T
One of our largest clients, Hynds, was recently contracted by DMS Progrowers to install a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WwTP) in one of their Packhouses in the Bay of Plenty.
N2P CONTROLS – CALM UNDER PRESSURE
Stage 1 alone irrigates approximately 20,000 hectares of farmland in the Canterbury Plains in an area bordered by the Rakaia and Hororata Rivers.
WORK IN WASTEWATER? IMAGINE THIS.
Wouldn’t it be awesome to have a wastewater controller that told you when an alarm happened, what the alarm was, when an alarm was cleared, plant run times and current settings?
THE ALL-NEW BC404 – A LOOK UNDER THE HOOD.
Our legendary BC404 unit has now evolved into the MC404; and this new iteration is rapidly nearing completion.
N2P CONTROLS HELPS SETTLE THE DUST AT FULTON HOGAN HAMILTON
The dust was flying over at FH Hamilton and the situation was intolerable. One of the major causes was the disjointed remnants of a previous upgrade that saw two different control systems from two different suppliers.
ANZAC INGENUITY FOR SMARTER AUSSIE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
The ANZAC Spirit is something Aussies and Kiwis secretly cherish.
TEAMWORK KEEPS BRINKS OUTTA THE SH#T
Brink’s know chicken. They’ve been putting chicken on the plates of kiwis for over 60 years. Their primary operation in Christchurch has over 25000 chickens.
ADVANCED PRODUCTIVITY AND SAFETY IN MATERIAL LOADOUT
N2P Controls has over 30 years experience in loading out material. Our BC404 is a legend in the Asphalt game.
BOTOX FOR AN OLD ASPHALT LEGEND
Our BC404 is a legend. It’s been the backbone of asphalt production in NZ and Australia for nearly 30 years.