November 3, 2015
Workplace Alliance has been involved in some very interesting projects in and around the Geelong region. One of our most recent projects where our Geelong machinery relocation services have been required has been with Deakin University in Geelong. The University was installing a nanofiber machine at their Geelong campus in Waurn Ponds and they commissioned our team at Workplace Alliance to carry out the installation and construction of the nanofiber machine on site.
This was an extremely delicate job, requiring exceptional attention to detail – something the team from Workplace Alliance were well-trained to do. The project was safely competed by Workplace Alliance in July 2014, with all component of this turnkey project also completed on budget and on time. At Workplace Alliance we are proud of our ability to take on projects of such as this one and to ensure they are successfully completed to our client’s satisfaction each and every time.
The nanofiber machine at Deakin University is now used to create synthetic membranes that are used to repair human skin after burns or where skin has otherwise been damaged. There are times when there are insufficient supplies of donor skin available to satisfactorily treat damaged areas of the body and an alternate solution is needed. The nanofiber machine creates electro spun nanofibrous membranes which are natural, biodegradable and biocompatible materials that are well-suited for use in the process of skin grafting. Amazingly, there are various functionalities that can be incorporated into the nanofibrous membranes to help with wound healing. These functionalities include anti-bacterial properties and drug release.
Whatever your Geelong machinery relocation needs, contact us at Workplace Alliance. We can discuss the machinery you require to be moved, and the process involved in relocating it. It may be as simple as moving the machinery as a whole, or the machinery may require disassembly and reassembly at its new location. Either way, we have the team to get the job done!