High on the hill overlooking Wellcamp Airport is the ever increasing cluster of factories owned and operated by Wagner Corporation, inside each of which is composite production equipment that is actively transforming community infrastructure – from road bridges, marine piers and pedestrian structures to energy transmission assets. Its technology is a unique modified pultrusion process known as pull-winding which utilises resin injection. Wagner’s technology provides superior mechanical properties than those of standard methodology using glass mats and a resin bath.

Foundational products such as the electrical crossarms for utility poles are now used across Australia and around the world with over 1.2 million supplied globally. Backed by a team of experienced engineers, technicians, trade staff and ongoing investment in automation, WCFT is now producing a crossarm – for low and high voltage distribution, transmission and sub-transmission requirements – every 69 seconds across a family of 200 designs. Associated electrical infrastructure products include certified live line lifting beams, hurdle frames, substation infrastructure, arm braces, stay insulators, riser arms, and isolation platforms.

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2023 article Wagners CFT – Transforming Community Infrastructure

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