This week, the Eneraque workshop prepared these heavy-duty electric submersible bentonite pumps prepared with protective frames for drilling application to an iron ore mine in Western Australia.
These quality pumps were fitted with a class H 90kW 400V Electric Motor, 50m electric power cable and high depth kit, fitted to seals to allow 50m immersion.
For further project details, please contact Oliver Watt.
Speak with us today at email@example.com or 1800 636 744 for support on all your project requirements.
Behind the scenes at the Eneraque workshop this week, our team completed and delivered x3 Volvo Penta powered generators to NSW Council for a waste water treatment plant.
For more details about this power generation project, please get in touch with Daniel Rowland.
Speak to our friendly team today at 1800 636 744 or firstname.lastname@example.org for all your power generation requirements.
Eneraque has exciting new career opportunities available for a Product Manager (for our Pumps division) to join a growing and supportive team with ongoing training opportunities available.
Join our fun and supportive team and enjoy the excellent company culture, growing business, convenient office location and modern office environment.
A friendly reminder for our Brisbane clientele and followers:
The Eneraque Brisbane head office will be closed Wednesday 16th August for the Brisbane EKKA Showday, and will reopen on Thursday 17th August.
For enquiries, please email email@example.com.
Eneraque wishes you an enjoyable EKKA holiday.
The Eneraque team would like to wish a Happy Valentines Day to all our valued clients and associates.
Thank you for your continued loyalty and support.
Have a wonderful Valentines Day.
From the Eneraque Team.
Eneraque is proud to announce the official opening of our New Zealand facility based in Tauranga.
Since 1981, Eneraque has supported the Australian and Papua New Guinean market and has now made a conscious decision to include the extended, diverse range of diesel power generation, diesel-driven pumps and lighting plants to the New Zealand market.
Eneraque has supported the New Zealand power generation and gas industry for over 10 years, with a focused approach to gas-related projects including renewable energy, co-generation and landfill-to-energy projects.
Our team has over 30 years of extensive experience based in New Zealand within the power generation industry, delivering unparalleled customer service and support. With our giant Services division adding more field technicians on board, you can rest assured that Eneraque will give your equipment the treatment it deserves.
Eneraque's New Zealand Headquarters, Tauranga.
Eneraque takes great pride in delivering high quality projects on time and to budget, with a focus on:
- Cost competitive solutions without compromising quality
- Detailed understanding of the AS/NZ standards and compliance
- Experience of being in the industry since 1981
We are confident in continuing to provide quality equipment to you as our much Valued Client, and meeting the requirements of your future projects.
Eneraque’s EnerCare services are preventative maintenance plans; tiered on four levels, there is a plan tailored to your specific requirements.
These tiers offer the following services:
- Remote monitoring
- Condition analysis reporting
- Thermal imaging and electrical inspections
- Bore scope imaging
- Vibration analysis testing
- Oil and coolant sampling to maximise engine and component life
The Eneraque ARRR Program is available throughout all Eneraque facilities.
Equipment can be sent to Eneraque and will be refurbished using the; Assess, Report, Repair, Replace process while you are provided with rental equipment. This ensures that your business runs without interruption for the duration of our service.
Eneraque can maximise the return on your assets, including (but not limited to):
- Gas and diesel powered generators
- Mobile lighting towers
- Diesel driven pumps
- Gas fuel powered plants
- Micro Turbines
- Gas Flares
The Standby Generators were to provide back up power in the event of power loss to the Gantry Stacker and Shiploader. The generators are mounted on dual and triple axle trailers (able to be towed from either end of the trailer without being turned around) allowing them to be towed and easily positioned to the respective mobile plant that it is supplying power to. Once connected to the plant, large interconnecting cables are terminated at both the generator and the respective plants backup power junction box. Generators are started, powering the plant and enabling it to be driven back to the mainland whilst running, and vehicle towing the generator on the trailer.