System Design and Engineering
Our in-house design department works closely with clients which, when combined with our extensive experience in design of specialist equipment for the energy industries, allows us to fully understand both stated and unmet needs.
The tailored nature of our engineering operations allows us to work to a detailed functional design specification or where required, to provide a detailed specification on behalf of the client. Project planning is documented and tracked via standardised project planning software. This enables EnerMech's hydraulic services team to integrate seamlessly into a clients overall schedule. Dedicated project management ensures schedules are maintained and provides a single point of contact for the customer.
EnerMech has extensive experience in specialist standards that apply to the offshore and energy industries, including ATEX, Lloyds and DNV. We can provide full design, liaison and certification services where a third party input is required or integrate with a client’s existing third party arrangement.
Typical System Works Undertaken
- Saturation dive handling equipment
- Launch and recovery systems (LARS)
- Ballast control systems
- Rig skidding systems
- Winches and umbilical reels
- Work-over control systems
- Emergency shutdown (ESD) systems
- Drill floor HPU’s
- Hydraulic control systems
- High pressure test units
- BOP handling systems
- Accumulator stations
- Wellhead control panels
Manufacture and Testing
EnerMech’s product distributorships provide the majority of component needs and with our network of approved suppliers, we can supply a complete range of hydraulic components from all major hydraulic manufacturers to create a complete hydraulic system.
Inhouse manufacturing is carried out by highly skilled technicians, working closely with engineers based at the same location. With purpose built facilities and experience specific to hydraulic component manufacture, component integrity is maintained through the use of dedicated product assembly areas and clean rooms.
Purpose built pressure testing and flushing equipment located onsite allows for system integrity to be assured prior to dispatch and commissioning. All equipment is tested prior to dispatch with test procedures either defined by the client or prepared by EnerMech engineers.