Enterprise Electrical have worked on a number of exciting projects over the years. Here are a few examples to give you a taste of the kind of work we do.
Enterprise provided all the electrical systems required to run a new Powder Dryer for our food ingredients customer. The Dryer was custom built for their application and required a ground-up build of the control system. This interesting project utilised all aspects of our team’s skill sets.
Enterprise provided the following services:
- Main switchboard upgrade
- Production of CAD drawings for the whole plant
- Control panel building
- All process and ancillary wring
- PLC Programming & process automation
- Integration of a SCADA system
- Controls for a wifi linked mobile CIP unit
- Commissioning and ongoing support
Roll Former Automation
The Enterprise team has wired dozens of roll forming machines for our OEM customer since we started. A roll former build usually consists of:
- Production of CAD drawings
- Electrical panel building
- Machine wiring
- Machine automation
- Commissioning and FAT testing
We are often asked to come up with solutions for new machine functionality demanded by end users.
Our electricians are regularly called on to fault find and service machinery in the field too because of our in-depth knowledge of the process and systems used.
Parcel & Meat Lines
Enterprise Electrical has been used twice by Agito, an Australian conveyor manufacturer, to complete all electrical installation works for two large conveyor systems in Auckland.
The first was a package handling system for DHL’s Auckland Airport site. The second was a large meat processing facility for Hilton Foods in Wiri.
We provided electricians for the duration of these projects to carry out all field wiring on the systems. We also provided project management and procurement support as their engineers were often operating remotely from their head office in Australia.
The customer was impressed by our flexibility and ‘can-do’ attitude. After the project, we continued to support DHL with maintenance and breakdown coverage as required.
In cardboard manufacturing, the ‘glue’ that binds the layers of paper together is a mixture containing corn starch. The Starch Kitchen is the machine that proportions and delivers the finished starch compound to the corrugator line.
Enterprise Electrical were contracted to complete all electrical installation tasks when Carter Holt Harvey Packaging (now Oji Fibre Solutions) purchased a new Ringwood Starch Kitchen for their plant.
The installation contained multiple tanks with auger motors, pumps, valves, level and pressure sensors and a bag hoist. We installed a new main supply cable, all cable support ducting and field wiring and assisted the OEM engineer with commissioning.
We enjoy a great ongoing relationship with the guys at Oji and regularly assist with projects and shift cover.