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Based in Western Australia, Synegex is manufacturer of bulk explosives, and provider of blasting services to the mining and civil construction industries. Our bulk products are based on Watergel technology. We have found that results from Watergel explosives are superior than most emulsion-based explosives due to higher velocity of detonation and increased sensitivity.

Synegex are fully compliant with the requirements of the Dangerous Goods Safety Regulations 2007 and continually maintains this compliance through structured management plans, risk assessments and site audits. We are committed to continuous improvement & believe that by working together with clients will result in improved outcomes for all parties

Synegex is a subsidiary of Ausdrill.

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Boulder WA 6432
Phone: 08 9080 9170 Fax: 08 9080 9180


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