Stock EnerDry Unit Sold

Transformers and its paper insulation have a primary enemy – Water. Water can be removed from a transformer using a vacuum dehydration process. Now, however an easier and less expensive method can be used to remove the water from the transformer oil and its paper insulation. Transformers that have 5% moisture or higher can be dried to acceptable levels without taking the transformer out of service.

Saskpower E865A Trailer on its way

Saskpower’s 2nd Trailer mounted E865A is on its way to location. This latest system boasts a 1600 USGAL/hr Degasifer, Diesel powered hot oil boiler and generator along with a host of other features all wrapped up in a neat 53′ trailer.

Weatherproof EHV-3000 Oil Degasifier Ships To Hardexo in Kenya

New EHV-3000 Oil Degasifier with Weatherproof Aluminum Body Kit ships to Hardexo in Kenya May 25, 2015. Mother Nature got you worried about your equipment, try one of Enervac’s Insulated Aluminum Body Kits which will protect not just your equipment but you as well. Unit is capable of processing 3000 Litres per hour.

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Enervac to exhibit at the 82nd International Conference of Doble Clients – March 24-26, 2015 in Boston, MA

Please visit us at stand no. 57 for the 82nd International Conference of Doble Clients taking part from March 24-26, 2015 at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. We will be introducing our latest product, The ENERDry Transformer Dry-Out system ( http://www.enervac.com/enerdry-transformer-dry-out-system ). Management and technical staff will be on hand to answer all of your questions. For more information on the show, please visit the show web site: http://events.doble.com/boston/

Enervac installs 200 kW roof-top solar generation system

A 200 kW solar system covering nearly 52,000 sq. ft. of roof top space, was installed and is now generating clean renewable energy to the Ontario power grid.  Enervac commissioned the sytem on January 31, 2013.  Enervac expects the system to generate over 220,000 kWh of electricity every year.  That is enough electricity to power 22 homes in its 1st year of operation, the equivalent of taking almost 40 cars off the road and removing 176 metric tonnes of Carbon from the atmosphere.  To find out more about how much power the solar system is currently generating, please visit: http://www.alsoenergy.com/powertrack/PowerLobby.aspx?sid=27288&lang=en-CA

 

Enervac assists Orphan school in Zambia with clean drinking water

Enervac in cooperation with Project Hope facilitated with the installation of a new water tower and water pump to bring clean, safe drinking water to the Quarry School for Orphans in Lusaka, Zambia.  For more information on this project and Project Hope visit: http://www.projecthope.ca/lessons-in-full-swing-at-the-quarry-school/