Machinery Products

Infrastructure and Industrial Machinery

Infrastructure and Industrial Machinery

A broad portfolio of activities is covered, which includes management of infrastructure investments, importing specialty components used in the transportation and the energy industries, and the supply of large plant and equipment items. These activities are backed by the resources and network of Sumitomo Corporation.


Vacuum Circuit Breakers

Vacuum Circuit Breakers

Sumitomo Australia is the exclusive Australian distributor of the Dry Air Insulated Dead Tank Type VCB manufactured by Meidensha Corporation. This product is used in electrical distribution systems. The VCB circuit breaker is environmentally friendly – it contains no SF6 gas. It has a longer life and easier maintenance than conventional Gas Circuit Breakers.


Emissions Trading Equipment

Emissions Trading Equipment

Sumitomo Australia can supply renewable energy related equipment, such as wind turbines, wind tower flanges, biomass turbines and geothermal turbines.

Sumitomo can also supply highly efficient solar panels for EPC delivery or standalone sales. Installation can be arranged if required.

Sumitomo Corporation is a pioneer in the emerging emissions trading industry and has integrated this activity intro other businesses, for example supplying equipment to create carbon credits that can then be traded.

Sumitomo Australia is seeking carbon credits in Australia and New Zealand to participate in this new growth industry.


Transportation Equipment Consumables

Transportation Equipment Consumables

Sumitomo Australia imports and distributes rubber bushes, air springs, wheels and other components used in the manufacture and maintenance of passenger and freight rail carriages.


Aircraft

Copyright Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation


Aircraft

About MRJ:
Mitsubishi Regional Jet is a family of 70~90-seat next-generation aircraft featuring the Pratt & Whitney's revolutionary PurePower® engine and state-of-the-art aerodynamics to drastically reduce fuel consumption, noise, and emissions, while offering top-class operational benefits, an outstanding cabin designed for heightened passenger flying comfort with large overhead bins. The MRJ carried out the first flight on November 11, 2015.


Contact

Frank Palatucci