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Enerquip Donates $1,100 to MAMS Outdoor Learning Center

Enerquip has proudly donated $1,100 to Medford Area Middle School’s Outdoor Learning Center, scheduled to begin construction this summer. The donation will be used to purchase two Buddy Benches for teachers, aids, and parents within the play area. Making a local impact in the community is vital to the team at Enerquip. We believe in caring for others above ourselves and improving the quality of life in the communities in which we work, play and live. Photo:...

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Enerquip Acquires American Heating Company

Enerquip Aquires American Heating CompanyEnerquip, LLC, a world-class designer and fabricator of stainless-steel heat exchangers and sanitary vessels, today announced they have acquired, as a wholly owned subsidiary, American Heating Company, Inc. (AHC), a leading manufacturer of industrial heating systems.  American Heating Company, located in Oklahoma, has been designing and manufacturing high-efficiency industrial heating equipment for over 30 years....

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Seamless Tube BundleUsing a 5-power magnifying glass, our team inspects all sanitary or pharmaceutical tube bundles for any pinholes or scratches. This inspection of all units requiring 32 Ra or better finish ensures a sanitary finish on our food, dairy and pharmaceutical units. If a heat exchanger unit has an electropolished finish, the seamless tubes are inspected both before and after electropolishing. It’s all about quality and precision. Learn more about...

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Understanding Finish Requirements for Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

Mill FinishSanitary FinishElectropolishWhen hiking, it is important to understand the terrain before setting out. Scaling the Rocky Mountains is far different than taking a leisurely stroll around the block. And the physical endurance required for each will provide drastically different results. This is just as true in stainless-steel manufacturing and finishing procedures. Metals are not completely flat, as they appear. When looked at under a microscope, there...

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Herman Promoted to Enerquip’s Director of Business Development

Ron Herman, Director of Business DevelopmentEnerquip is excited to announce the promotion of Ron Herman to Director of Business Development. He previously led Enerquip’s Sales Engineers; a role recently assumed by Troy Weik. A customer-focused seasoned sales leader, Herman enjoys the challenge of leading business development efforts to meet aggressive growth plans. Since joining the Enerquip team in 2010, his competitive nature and technical knowledge have...

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Park Falls Native Joins Enerquip’s Sales Leadership

Troy Weik, Sales & Channel ManagerEnerquip is pleased to announce Troy Weik has joined its team as Sales & Channel Manager. In this role, Weik will provide leadership to Enerquip’s highly skilled and engaged sales engineers, while also fostering relationships with business partners and representatives. Weik has stepped into the shoes of Ron Herman, who has accepted the opportunity to focus on new business strategies as Director of Business Development....

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Floating Tubesheet Style Straight Tube Exchangers – Advantages and Types

A replacement floating tubesheet bundle for a refinery customer, upgraded to stainless steel.Inspecting and maintaining shell and tube heat exchangers is important to ensure that they work efficiently and safely, and to prevent costly downtime from plugged tubes or leaks.  In situations where disassembly is preferred to inspect and clean all the parts of the exchanger, plant operators often opt for a floating tubesheet style heat exchanger. A floating tubesheet...

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Enerquip’s Scott Babich

Scott Babich - Enerquip's Shipping CoordinatorPersonal Facts I have a wife (Beth) and three kids (Landon 9, Norah 5, Sullivan 2).  Each summer we go on a family trip (Minnesota Zoo / Wisconsin Dells) and as the kids get older, we may venture further.  Beth and I enjoy going to Las Vegas each year as well.  In my spare time, I like to golf or play cards when I can. Work Topics What is something you do in your day-to-day work that others may not know or...

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