When emergencies crop up in your warehouse, factory or job-site we are super responsive and our experienced team are qualified to handle hazardous environments. So whether you need a problem solved or you need to attempt something innovative to automate your manufacturing process we have the right people for the job.
We will help keep your compliance up to scratch, improve your efficiency with thermal graphic scanning, sort your switchboard labelling, circuit tracing & identification, fault find, correct and protect your power, surge and lighting and keep your workflow and meetings running smoothly with our data and communication, audio visual services and support.
Automation Control, Motors and Machinery
Along with residential and commercial automation we are also able to offer an industrial process control automation service. Aotea Electric can design, supply, program and install an automated system in your industrial premises.
The ability to automate a manufacturing process can be the cornerstone of your ability to save time and money. Services Include:
- New house build
- Commercial or Industrial projects
- Large extensions
- Three phase supply for welders and overhead cranes
- Connection or supply of Lifeguards
- Test and tagging of equipment
Gantry Crane and Hoists
At Aotea Electric, we pride ourselves on having the personnel, equipment and spare parts to effectively install, maintain and repair cranes, hoists, monorails, gantry cranes and all other lifting equipment.
Aotea Electric are able to inspect, certify and rectify hazardous areas whether in a paint shop environment or where dangerous chemicals are stored. Businesses using or storing volatile or inflammable materials need to ensure that electrical design installations and maintenance comply with hazardous area standards and practices. Non-compliance can expose a business and its owners to claims under the Occupational Health & Safety Act.
Inflammable materials include:
- Printing inks
Testing and Tagging
New Zealand electrical safety regulations require that employers must implement regular inspections and testing of specified electrical equipment, when such equipment is made available for use by staff. Other than the legal requirement, the main reason is SAFETY. You can't afford not to do everything within your power to ensure that you and your employees are made as safe as possible.
By having all of your industrial electrical equipment inspected, tested and tagged on a regular basis you are enabling any damaged or unsafe equipment to be found and repaired or removed before anyone is seriously injured or killed by it, as well as preventing any potential damage to your business premises. All electrical equipment connected to the electrical supply by a flexible cord and/or connecting device, which is already in service, has been serviced or repaired, is returning to service from a second-hand sale, or is available for hire. The interval between testings depends on what type of environment the equipment is to be used in.
Aotea Electric's Test & Tag service includes:
- Register of your electrical equipment
- Record of formal inspections and tests
- Repair register
- Record of all faulty equipment showing details of services or corrective actions
Thermal imaging uses a very specialised camera along with real time computer analysis to capture snapshots of any physical entity under any conditions. A colour enhanced image is produced which has a full temperature scale. This image shows any hotspots in the area to be analysed. A comprehensive report aligns the thermal image beside a digital photograph of the area to best observe any potential problems (see below). Any issues will be identified, along with suitable solutions.
Due to recent advancements in technology this has become more affordable across all facets of the industry. The benefits far outweigh the report cost. They include:
- Insurance requirements
- Cost effective and proven
- Preventative maintenance
- Motor & pump bearing problems
- Motor winding problems
- Hot fuses or switchgear
- Building heat loss issues
- Electrical troubleshooting