Our Products & Services
Trigg Industries offers a variety of services for engineering and industrial applications along with their agricultural contracting, vineyard trellis, machinery and equipment supply. Trigg Industries also operates their own dried fruit properties using best farm practice techniques and can share their knowledge to other farmers through the various industry forums they take part in. Innovation and quality has been the key to their success over the years and they will continue to provide this to their customers well into the future. For laser cutting follow this link to Mildura Laser Cutting Pty Ltd
Why not give the gift of passion? Create a special gift with an image of their favourite hobby and personalise it with their name or time stamp. Laser cutting is amazing in its detail and unlike plasma offers a clean finish with its precision cutting capabilities.
One of the advantages of being a grower as well as providing contracting services is that we can advise on better growth strategies and soil/moisture management. We want our customers to be great growers so its in our best interest to give you the best information!
We're not just good engineers we're pretty good farmers as well! It helps to have good harvesters that keeps our fruit samples contaminant free!
Material thickness capability is between 1mm to 25mm in mild steel, just as an example.
This process removes fruit from above the harvesting zone. It reduces the need for hand picking at harvest time and provides additional nutrients that would have been used to produce these unwanted bunches, to be used by the rest of the plant.
Designed originally for Trigg's own dried fruit property, it has now developed into a contracting service offered to other dried fruit growers. This is an earlier prototype.
Why grind away trying to get it right? Precision CNC laser cutting is the answer to cost effective manufacturing. And Mildura now has it...
Wetting is to help the drying process for producing sultana's, currents or raisins. The drying emulsion is applied after cutting the fruiting canes assisting the grape skin to break down and begin drying.