Composite Materials Engineering

Exhibitor

Australian Made, for Australian Conditions

Drawing on 50 years of local manufacturing experience, Composition Materials Engineering proudly introduces CME Tactile TGSI to the Australian market.

Using a highly advanced Fibre Reinforced Rigid Polymer composition the CME tactile has been developed in Australia for Australian Conditions

Our Surface Applied Warning Hazard & Directional tactile indicators guarantee:

  • Durability under all environmental and pedestrian conditions
  • UV Stabilised tactiles for longer lasting luminance contrast
  • No more lifting, cracking or peeling
  • Lightweight & easy to install

The CME tactiles meet all the following:

  • Compliance with AS/NZ 1428.4
  • Designed and tested to Slip resistance classification AS 4586 – 2013 (P5 Rating)
  • Luminance contrast in Accordance with AS 1428.4.1
  • National Construction Code (NCC)
  • Australian Government - Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002
  • Australian Human Rights Commission - Disability Discrimination Guidelines

Approvals
The CME tactile have been approved by all State Road Authorities 
In Victoria is has VicRoads preferred product status under “Road Design Note – RDN 06-05”

Social Procurement, diversity and Inclusion
The CME Tactile, has an additional purpose, to support and include people with disabilities, helping to enhance and facilitate a better connection to community on paths, sporting facilities, hospitals and shopping centre strips. 

The Tactile is manufactured locally in Victoria and includes social enterprises and Aboriginal businesses, in our supply chain and employs people with disabilities and/or disadvantaged. 

CME The Company
At Composite Materials Engineering, we pride ourselves on being the leaders in composite materials with the most up to date technology in materials and manufacturing processes to offer our customers a competitive advantage in their industry.

At CME we engineer, manufacture and process our own raw materials unique to the customer’s requirements. These materials are engineered to meet our customer’s specification when off the shelf materials or traditional materials will not achieve the performance required. This is achieved through advanced manufacturing techniques partnered with materials developments to achieve requires such as:

  • High strength-weight ratio
  • Achieve high loads and stiffness
  • Meet fire or heat ratings
  • Food contact approval
  • Impact performance
  • Corrosion issues
  • Design freedom over steel and other traditional materials

We have three manufacturing plants, offering turn-key solutions that are developed in collaboration with major industry sectors. These solutions incorporate design, testing, compounding, moulding, assembly and finishing. Our facilities are complemented by our technical support services, which include a materials laboratory, an engineering team, with CAD systems and tooling design expertise with our quality systems.

Our approach is to not sell you one technology or process, but pick the correct technology and process using our composite knowledge and expertise.

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