Welcome To Flyash Australia

Welcome to Flyash Australia

Leading supplier of high quality fly ash products.

Flyash Australia
 Pty Ltd is a leading supplier of high quality fly ash products

Flyash Australia is a highly dynamic company. Innovation and flexibility are key attributes of the way we go about business and our commitment to our customers is our number one priority.

Flyash Australia has operations within NSW and WA and distributes its products throughout Australia.

Joint Venture of Boral Limited and Cement Australia Pty Ltd

We are a joint venture company, equally owned by Boral Limited and Cement Australia Pty Ltd, and our core business involves the collection, processing, storage and distribution of quality fly ash products.

Left: Flyash Australia's Eraring Plant.

What is Fly Ash?

Fly ash is a fine grey powder consisting mostly of spherical glassy particles that are produced as a by-product in coal fired power stations. Fly ash has pozzalonic properties, meaning that it reacts with lime to form cementitious compounds. It is commonly known as a supplementary cementitious material.

Fly ash significantly improves concrete performance in different ways and also provides many benefits in cement and non-cement applications. Shown below are some micrographs of fly ash particles, taken using a Scanning Electron Microscope.

Celebrating Zero Harm in 2020

In 2020, Flyash Australia achieved Zero Harm across all depots for the first time since lag safety indicators and environmental incidents commenced being recorded in 1994. This was achieved, in the midst of a pandemic, through a significant effort across

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Major Recycling and Environmental Success Story - 10,000,000 tonnes

In December 2015, Flyash Australia (FAA) has passed 10 million tonnes of fly ash dispatches from the Eraring plant, since operations commenced in 1986. FAA’s shareholders, Boral Limited and Cement Australia & their concrete customers have developed the b

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Where does Fly Ash come from?

Fly ash is a by product of power generation in coal fired power stations. Within a power station, coal is fed to a series of mills that pulverise the coal to a very fine powder. This powder is then fed into a boiler which combusts the coal to produce heat, that is then used to produce steam required for power generation. During the coal combustion process, minerals in the coal fuse to form glassy alumino silicate spheres. These spheres remain in suspension within the flue gas from the boiler and are ultimately collected downstream by either electrostatic or mechanical precipitation.

At its various operating sites, Flyash Australia selectively collects fly ash and subject to rigorous testing, further refines these collected materials to produce quality fly ash products meeting the needs of our customers.

The picture below explains the process of producing fly ash at a power station.