Australian Specialised Machinery Glass
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Australian Specialised Machinery Glass

Windscreen repair & replacement — specialising in machinery glass

Open
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
0.7km Away
4/3 Carroll St Mount Louisa QLD 4814
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Contact details

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Products

  • Laminated safety glass
  • Cut to size for all makes & models of machinery
  • Custom glass blends made for specific applications
  • High impact glass
  • Heat reducing glass
  • Acoustic & pressure glass
  • Fire resistant glass
  • Cyclone & high wind resistant
  • Anti-glare glass
  • Crane cabin framing
  • Armour plate
  • Bulletproof glass
  • Ballistic glass

Services

  • Insurance & fleet claims welcome
  • Mobile service upon request
  • Mine site callout service 24/7
  • Chip repairs
  • Windscreen replacements
  • Body glass replacements
  • Custom blend glass products for industry
  • Glass cut to size

Specialties

  • Travel to any site in North, Central & Western Queensland upon request

Payment Methods

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About Australian Specialised Machinery Glass

Australian Specialised Machinery Glass specialises in mining and machinery window and glass replacements. We also do windscreen and body glass repair and replacements on any car, truck, bus, plant and earthmoving machinery.

We are affiliated with national suppliers to ensure widespread coverage within Australia and overseas.

About Mount Louisa, QLD
Mount Louisa is a semi rural residential suburb located on the north and ocean side of Townsville city in Queensland. Nestled at the foothills of Mount Louisa itself, the older part of the suburb faces the ocean and Magnetic Island and the more recently built housing estates and developments sit on the western and northern aspects of the mount. The Bruce Highway bypasses the suburb. During World War II approximately 4000 American personnel worked and lived at the base of Mount Louisa. Entertainment in the camp was held at Helton Hall, an open aired building, and hosted the likes of John Wayne, Gary Cooper and the Brook Woody Herman’s orchestra. The suburb is serviced by Calvery Christian College, a primary and secondary school, and the central High Vista Park houses the Brothers Football Club. Convenience stores, a medical centre and childcare facilities support local residents and a light industrial area offers employment. Mount Louisa is within minutes to major Townsville conveniences such as Bunnings, Castletown Shopping World and the showgrounds and the area is set to expand with more residential development planned in upcoming years.