For over 40 years Enerquip LLC has paired a commitment to craftsmanship with a Midwestern work ethic to provide custom shell and tube heat exchangers in about half the time of the industry average — a real asset for operations facing tight project deadlines.
Serving the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial markets, Enerquip bucks the “one-size-fits-all” trend to deliver solutions that fit the space, operational, maintenance, energy and utility needs of its customers. Even if customers already have a size in mind for their heat exchanger, the Medford, Wisconsin-based heat exchanger fabricator runs a sizing model to confirm the unit will work in the actual application.
“We’ve saved customers some heartburn by preventing them from installing a piece of equipment that ultimately would not function properly,” said Ron Herman, Enerquip’s Director of Sales and Marketing.
Enerquip has built heat exchangers as big as 4 feet in diameter and 40 feet long and as small as the size of a loaf of bread, as well as high-temperature (1,000°F) and high-pressure units (1,300 PSI). All Enerquip heat exchangers are ASME code stamped.
But it’s Enerquip’s ability to quickly take a custom heat exchanger from concept to completion that has made the manufacturer a leading supplier of heat exchangers in the sanitary and industrial markets. The company recently installed a custom unit for a pharmaceutical operation in Missouri that had forgotten to order a heat exchanger. Typical lead times for a similar project require 8 to 10 weeks. Enerquip worked up a quotation and sizing model within the hour. When the traditional purchase order process was going to slow progress, Enerquip moved the project forward with just a handshake agreement.
“We did in three to four weeks what normally takes eight to 10 weeks to do,” Herman said.
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