Following the launch of the InQuik Farm Bridge, the Public Infrastructure Directory have published an article on the system titled, “Tiny bridge, huge opportunities“, including an interview with InQuik’s Sales & Marketing Manager, Robert Lindley.
From the company that brought you the award-winning InQuik Bridge, we are proud to announce the latest addition to our range of patented Australian made products.We’ve listened closely to our customers, and to address the need for small bridges by farmers and...
From the company that brought you the award-winning InQuik Bridge, we are proud to announce the latest addition to our range of patented Australian made products.
We’ve listened closely to our customers, and to address the need for small bridges by farmers and primary producers, InQuik are proud to launch the InQuik Farm Bridge. Specifically designed for this market segment, the product is available in 6, 9 and 12m spans, is 3.2m wide, has a load rating of 68 tonnes (suitable for B-Double truck deliveries and collections), and has a 100-year design life!
We feel this Australian designed and manufactured product helps address infrastructure challenges of getting from farm to market in a cost effective way whilst meeting Australian Bridge Code standards.
InQuik's “place and pour” methodology means that the InQuik Farm Bridge can be installed by semi-skilled labour over 2-3 days on-site.
Other possible uses for the InQuik Farm Bridge include for golf courses, wineries, service roads, box culvert replacements and for new land releases.
While InQuik supply the components to build the bridge, the other materials and construction are all kept local, including labour, concrete, crane hire, earthmoving and piling contractors, keeping funds and work in the local community.
Australian councils have already embraced the InQuik system for its huge potential in opening up new land release areas and replacing aged bridge infrastructure.
InQuik manufacturing is based out of Newcastle, NSW, is made with Australian steel and certified by the Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation (SMEC) to comply with AS5100 and T44 to SM1600 load rating design standards.