Enerquip specializes in the design and fabrication of high-quality thermal fluid heaters and heating systems. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about Enerquip’s Serpentine Coil Thermal Fluid Heaters. From industrial applications to low NOx options, we’ve got you covered.
As a service to the community, Enerquip recently donated welding time to Rib Lake Fish and Game Association. The organization provided Enerquip with the materials to fabricate a new aeration system for the east shore of Rib Lake. Then Enerquip’s talented Welders Travis Frost (right) and Lonnie Marcott (left) used their talents to build the stainless-steel structure.
Lake aeration adds oxygen to the water, which reduces algae growth and discourages water-breeding insects such as mosquitoes. It also reduces odor problems often associated with stagnant water.
Rib Lake Fish and Game Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1945. Their mission is to stock and protect Taylor County lakes so fishing and water activities are available to future generations. The organization’s many activities include stocking lakes, building docks, providing scholarships, and participating in youth activities.
The 15th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Conference and Trade Show is scheduled for December 6-7, 2022, at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott in The Woodlands, TX.
Join Us at the Enerquip Booth #107
Enerquip will be exhibiting at booth #107 on December 6 from 8:30am – 5:00pm and December 7 from 8:30am – 12:30pm. We’d love for you to stop by and learn about Enerquip’s efficient tank heating solutions including thermal fluid heaters, tank heating coils, steam generators, waste heat economizers, and more.
NISTM’s 15th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Conference & Trade Show is one of the industry’s top events for connecting AST professionals with numerous exhibitors to learn about their new services, products, and technology. Conference attendees will listen in on the latest industry insights, news, and best practices.
This two-day conference will cover tank and terminal production topics, including storage vessel safety, regulation, and compliance.
NISTM Networking Opportunities
NISTM offers many opportunities to network with others in the industry, including:
Golf Outing at Tour 18 Golf Club in Humble, TX on Monday, December 5
Networking receptions to be held Monday, December 5 at 7:30pm and Tuesday, December 6 at 5:15pm
FREE Trade Show on Tuesday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 7
For more information about this show and other NISTM happenings, visit NISTM.org.
Enerquip is excited to announce the promotion of Lisa Schreiner to Sales Engineer & Spare Parts Manager. In this role, Schreiner will size, estimate, and quote sanitary and industrial heating and cooling equipment, including custom and off-the-shelf shell and tube heat exchangers, tube bundles, and other spare parts.
Schreiner joined the Enerquip team in November of 2019 as an Administrative Specialist. Her role quickly grew to include order acknowledgment and entry, specifying and quoting stock units and spare parts, accounts receivable and payable processing, and more, helping to build the framework for this new venture in sales.
“The team is eager to see Lisa step into this new role,” says Troy Weik, Sales & Channel Manager. “Many customers have experienced her positive demeanor, attention to detail, and dedication to quality over the past three years as our spare parts coordinator. We’re thankful to use her positive attributes in an even bigger way.”
Schreiner earned her bachelor’s degree in business with a minor in accounting from UW-Green Bay. Her work experience includes a variety of accounting and sales-related roles in the banking and manufacturing industries.
A native of Rib Lake, WI, Schreiner enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, going for walks, and spending time with family and friends.
Ready to put Lisa to work on your next project? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715-748-5888 today.
Enerquip plans for the future as a new state-of-the-art machining center is added to its production shop in Medford, WI. The high-rigidity, high-precision DMG MORI NLX 2500/700 turning center machines tube sheets and channels up to 18 inches in diameter. The addition of this technology is a big step in optimizing the efficiency of Enerquip’s most common-sized units, along with the ability to make bigger and more complex units in the future.
“In manufacturing, if you’re not looking to the future, you’ll go extinct,” says Tim Strebig, Enerquip Operations & Facilities Manager. “Robotics and advanced technology can only make us more efficient for the benefit of our customers and internal workflow. This new lathe is part of that ever-changing reach for optimal efficiency.”
The DMG MORI turning center is equipped with a 12-station tooling turret, chip conveyor, and an Ethernet connection for troubleshooting and machine updates. On a 21.5” high-definition touch screen, the CELOS + MAPPS V operation panel is state-of-the-art, offering features such as production control, smart key, job manager, job assistant, and more.
“The control panel technology is exciting,” says Tyler Komarek, Enerquip Machinist. “Not only is the user experience app-based and more intuitive, but the technology behind it far exceeds that of the past. We can now turn a piece of equipment under a quarter of an inch in diameter.”
Built with the most advanced safety features, the machine is completely enclosed to ensure the containment of chips and cutting coolant. It also includes an oil chiller to cool the spindle and casting, adding to the machine’s life, accuracy, and precision. As a significant added benefit to Enerquip’s carbon-neutral facility, the device can be put in GREENmode to help reduce energy consumption and continue Enerquip’s commitment to sustainable manufacturing practices.
Photo: Enerquip Machinist Tyler Komarek begins operation of the company’s newest lathe, a DMG MORI NLX 2500/700.
Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to First Baptist Church (FBC) of Medford. The donation will be used specifically for the church’s women’s events team which creates opportunities for women of faith to fellowship together.
So far in 2022, FBCs women’s events team has hosted a movie night at Broadway Theater in Medford, a spring crafting and devotional event, and a high-energy afternoon of axe throwing. The team will host their final event of 2022 with a Caroline Cobb concert coming to FBC on the evening of December 2. Event and ticket information can be found at www.fbcmedford.com.
Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.
This employee match from Enerquip’s Marketing & Communications Manager Lindsey Mayer includes her own volunteer hours and contributions as a member of FBCs women’s events team.
On behalf of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Enerquip Marketing & Communications Manger Lindsey Mayer (center) recently presented a $500 check to First Baptist Church women’s event’s team members Lacey Liske (left) and Lisa Drackley (right).