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Enerquip’s Dustin Freeman

Dustin Freeman - Enerquip's Waterjet Operator Personal Facts I’m married with one daughter. Have one dog and one cat.  I am an avid bow hunter, I go out of state every year to hunt deer.  I enjoy anything outdoors.  Baseball is my favorite sport. Work Topics What led you to a career in manufacturing?  Went to school for land surveying and found out that CAD designing and laying out parcels was pretty fun and started my career with IAP for mechanical design...

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Enerquip’s Vern Anderson

Enerquip's Inspector/Receiver - Vern Anderson Vern Anderson: Inspector / Receiver What led you to a career in manufacturing? My dad worked in Heat Exchanger manufacturing. What would you say to others who may be interested in a career in manufacturing? It is very rewarding working with my co-workers on a day-to-day basis. Share a "fun fact" about what you do here at Enerquip. I keep things moving! Whether it’s receiving in material or doing travelers,...

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Expansion Joints and Demystifying the Four Most Common Questions

If this temperature change occurs rapidly, or if the temperature variations are large enough, and if there is no allowance for this expansion and contraction, materials in the exchanger could be stressed to the point of failing.Bellows style expansion joints are composed of a series of accordion style convolutions that expand and contract slightly.Flanged and flued expansion joints are more robust and allow for a high point vent and low point drain to be installed.Heat exchangers with...

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Enerquip Partners with CPI Sales, Inc.

. . Enerquip, a Wisconsin company that specializes in a wide variety of shell and tube heat exchangers, recently added CPI Sales, Inc. to its team of Distributors and Manufacturer’s representatives to meet its plans for continued growth.  Enerquip has been one of the leading providers of heating and cooling equipment for production plants and the OEM’s and system integrators that support them. The company designs and crafts stainless steel and high alloy shell...

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Ramping Up Production of Hygiene-Related Products

Enerquip is proud to serve the personal care industry as an essential infrastructure supplier.Enerquip’s shell and tube heat exchangers have several advantages over other types of heat exchangers for sanitary product heating and cooling.Ramping up production of hygiene-related products has been a necessity during this time of pandemic. As the COVID-19 emergency continues to affect us all, the increased demand for hygiene-related products, such as hand sanitizer...

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Enerquip & Rib Lake American Legion

Enerquip is proud to be a part of the Rib Lake American Legion Memorial Stone Framework build.  The Legion members were very excited about the end product, and Enerquip was happy to donate approximately 1/3 of the project cost. Working together for a great cause!ContactPhysical:611 North Road, Medford, WI 54451 Mailing:PO Box 467, Medford, WI 54451Phone:(715) 748-5888 Fax:(715) 748-6484Email: sales@enerquip.com

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Oil Heaters / Oil Coolers – Enerquip Value Added Design

Since their first project together, VPT and Enerquip have collaborated on 4 more sets of oil cooling and heating exchangers as well as several gas coolers.Since 1980, Germany based VPT-Kompressoren GmbH has gained international recognition in developing individual engineering solutions for gas compression.  They specialize in the design, construction and installation of gas compressors along with the compression of air, gasoline vapors, landfill gas, sewage...

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COVID-19

"It's the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen."  -John Wooden We wanted to update you on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our capabilities here at Enerquip. As you may have already heard, the State of Wisconsin has put the “Safer at Home” order in place, effective March 25 through April 24. This order mandates all non-essential businesses to shut down for this time frame. So, what does this mean for Enerquip and...

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