Hennig Announces New Website Configurator For Power Gen Enclosure Builds

Posted: October 21, 2010 in Hennig, Press Releases
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Saves time, money and engineering through series of online selections; makes spec writing much easier

Hennig, Inc., Machesney Park, Ill., announces the immediate availability of its new online configurator for equipment builders, consulting/specifying engineers, architectural spec writers, contractors and others involved in the delivery of power generation systems.  Through the use of the Hennig configurator’s computer software, integrated and fully interactive at the company website, spec writers can immediately begin the process of designing the ideal enclosure and fuel tank configurations from the Hennig offerings.  Every parameter for all popular power gen unit brands have been incorporated into this unique online service by Hennig, a major supplier of enclosures and fuel tanks to the industry.

All performance and dimensional requirements are menu-selected, along with all electric, HVAC, exhaust system, roof, door and materials of construction on the enclosure.  Likewise, for the sub-base diesel fuel tank, all size and accessory specs are selectable on a downloadable .xls menu for easy completion.  Upon completion of the selections, a .doc is generated for the enclosure spec and another for the fuel tank.

The created specification can then be electronically submitted to Hennig for a fast and accurate quotation of price and delivery.

“Through this system, the Hennig enclosure and fuel tank are precisely matched to the generator and the particular conditions of the installation.  No settling for less and no need to make a standard product ‘fit’ the requirement.  It really is a useful time and money saving tool,” says Robin Moore, the Hennig vice-president for engineering and operations.

Hennig manufactures all enclosures and fuel tanks in its Rockford, Illinois facility, located approximately 90 miles northwest of Chicago.  Here, experienced power gen engineers work in concert with the company’s vertically integrated metalworking, fabricating, finishing and test departments to ensure the highest quality and reliable construction of the enclosures and fuel tanks to suit the specification mandated by customers.  Hennig then ships the finished units to the construction site, power gen subcontractor or other location with full guarantees of satisfaction, backed by the company’s service and after-sale assistance team.

Typical Hennig genset enclosure and fuel tank

Hennig currently builds enclosures and fuel tanks to be compatible with CAT, Cummins,  Detroit Diesel (MTU Onsite Energy), Kohler and all other leading brands of power generators.  The company also works with the power gen distributors, plus design/engineering firms, consulting engineering firms and all levels of the building contractor community.  Spec writers at all these types of companies can utilize the new Hennig configurator to save time, money and engineering effort in the construction of gensets.

To learn more about Hennig Enclosure Systems, visit www.hennigenclosuresystems.com or contact:

Tim Waterman
Hennig Inc.
9900 N. Alpine Rd.
Machesney Park, IL 61115
(815) 316-5277
info@hennig.ame.com
www.hennigworldwide.com

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Hennig, Inc., at www.hennigworldwide.com, has been designing and producing custom machine protection and chip/coolant management products for state-of-the-art machine tools for over 50 years. Hennig products are designed to protect against corrosion, debris and common workplace contaminants. Hennig has manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Germany, Czech Republic, France, Brazil, India, Japan, China and South Korea. Its North American repair centers are located in Machesney Park, Ill.; Chandler, Okla.; Livonia, Mich.; Blue Ash, Ohio; Mexico City, Mexico; and Saltillo, Mexico.

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