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Enerpac Tool Group announces leadership transition

Enerpac Tool Group has announced that after five years with the Company, Randy Baker has decided to retire as President, CEO, and a member of the Enerpac Board of Directors. Paul Sternlieb has been appointed the new President and CEO of Enerpac and a member of the Board.

Enerpac Tool Group’s Business Lessons From the Pandemic

Enerpac Tool Group’s Jeff Schmaling and Barb Bolens join BizTimes Media associate editor Arthur Thomas to discuss lessons learned from helping the Menomonee Falls-based company navigate through the COIVD-19 pandemic over the past year.

The Pump’s the Thing: For Marine and Offshore Bolting

As technology continues to improve rapidly for hydraulic pump systems – adding many more options and significantly increasing performance, quality, and safety – choosing and pairing the right torque wrench pump or tensioner pump for bolting applications in marine, offshore, and power generation makes a vital difference to jobsite safety and efficiency. A deeper understanding of hydraulic pumps and their many configurations can help a business become more efficient and carry out bolting work in any situation.

Accurate Vessel Lifting With Space Saving Enerpac Cube Jack

PHL Hydraulics UK has used Enerpac SCJ-50 Cube Jacks to successfully install a 40-ton processing vessel in a busy chemical plant. The cube jack’s small footprint, fast operation and accurate lifting and lowering allowed the vessel to be installed in half the planned project time.

Chicago bridge jack job

USA-headquartered heavy lift and rigging equipment rental and sales company Engineered Rigging used Enerpac strand jacks to complete a 96.3 meter span of the Cline Avenue Bridge over the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal in East Chicago, USA. Deploying a customized cantilever segmental bridge lift platform with four strand jacks enabled Engineered Rigging to avoid the disruption of using a floating crane and complete the span without disrupting canal traffic.

Bolting Tools Important for Operation, Maintenance of Wind Turbines

There is a trend churning in the wind power industry; it involves upgrading wind turbines with newer, more powerful generation systems. Thanks to higher-capacity turbines and more efficient components, repowered turbines can produce up to 20% more energy annually. At a time when future tax credits for wind power are uncertain, choosing to repower fleets is an efficient way to increase wind energy productivity and help ensure maintenance costs don’t exceed profits.

Hydratight takes heat out of Industrial Complex maintenance shutdown

Portable Mirage milling machine technology ensured accurate metal-to-metal sealing for vessel covers and heat exchangers during maintenance work by specialty mechanical services company, Hydratight, at an industrial complex in Germany during the plant’s annual shutdown.


Bobbi Belstner
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