Thursday, 24 May 2012

What's Next for Aramax?

It has been a busy couple of months for the new Fielders Aramax profile. It has now completed rolling onsite at the Westrac building in WA, where it rolled a record 122m long sheets this week.

The machine is currently on its way to Adelaide for maintenance 'and a new coat of paint' before heading to NSW to begin the White Bay Passenger Terminal commencing June 4th.

Fielders CEO, Keith Middleton, onsite at the new WesTrac facility (WA) to ensure that the record production was achieved in a safe and compliant manner

An artists impression of the new White Bay Passenger Terminal clad with the unique Fielders Aramax profile


  1. Congratulations guys & gals! Huge lifts by the cranes - any videos on YouTube yet?

    New info at the Rollformer Blog for you -

    I've commented on your new site and also on Twitter!/TheRoofingBlog/

    Have a look - it's not too bad! Sorry Keith!

    The Roofer.

  2. How do you design ARAMAX for thermal expansion for long lengths?

    ARAMAX is punched with 16mm x 22mm slotted holes which allow for some construction tolerance and thermal effects. Additional thermal expansion and contraction for lengths over 24m may be accommodated via slotted holes in the fixing plates. Contact us for additional information

    The frame also is designed to take expansion laterally - lateral sway design.