WAM’s product range includes screw conveyors, feeders, dust collectors, valves, valve actuators, solid discharging equipment, bag emptying equipment, FIBC (Big Bag) filling and emptying equipment, feeding and metering equipment, level and pressure monitoring and safety components, silo safety components, pneumatic conveying system components, rotary feeders (rotary valves), mixers, blenders conditioners, granulators, flexible screw conveyors chain conveyors, bucket elevators, ATEX compliant products, solids – liquid separation equipment, vibrators and flow aids.
The Italian WAMGROUP, a world-wide leader in developing and manufacturing equipment and plant components for bulk solids handling and processing, has been represented in Australia by its own subsidiary since 1997. WAM Australia is responsible for the distribution of the WAMGROUP product range in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and parts of Micronesia. In May 1999, formal agency agreements were put in place for New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. Official resellers were also established in New Zealand and the Northern Territory. The company is situated in Kilsyth, in the outskirts of Melbourne, and its premises include an extensive warehouse and after-sales service facility.
The WAMGROUP Mission is to offer any customer in the world the highest quality product and service at the most competitive price.
Today the WAMGROUP manufactures and supplies a comprehensive product range including equipment for Bulk Materials Handling, Dust Filtration, Soids- Liquid Separation, Mixing and Vibration Technology.
Strongly focused on the needs of the market
WAMGROUP aims to produce market-oriented solutions and turn them into a particularly user- friendly standard.
High quality and an excellent price-performance ratio make WAMGROUP equipment the ideal choice for every project engineer and gives the cutomer the best deal available on the market.
Uncompromising dedication to R&D is the foundation of a vast product range and leads time & again to the development of customer-designed equipment from standardized modular components.