Powerful Solutions for the Wind Power Industry

The Journal (Newcastle, England), April 25, 2012 | Go to article overview

Powerful Solutions for the Wind Power Industry


ENERPAC and Quick Hydraulics hold a strong relationship in supplying high-pressure hydraulic product and solution across the North East area of the United Kingdom.

They have been working together for over 35 years to provide hydraulic solutions across industry for diverse and extreme applications. Both companies were ready for "the next step" and decided to take their joint efforts to the next level.

Their newest collaboration is jointly supporting the offshore wind industry, with Quick Hydraulics becoming Enerpac's offshore wind specialist in support of the east coast offshore wind industry.

Complete hydraulic service Quick Hydraulics offers a complete hydraulic service to customers and has carried out hydraulic system installations worldwide for over 35 years. As the high pressure hydraulics supplier to Quick Hydraulics, Enerpac has global coverage and unique experience in delivering hydraulic tools and solutions, using controlled high pressure in applications.

Enerpac products are used for cutting, bending and bolting, as well as controlled lifting and positioning heavy objects in industries such as maintenance, oil and gas, power generation, renewable energy, shipbuilding and manufacturing.

Quick Hydraulics is certified as an Enerpac authorized service centre meeting the high standards Enerpac requires to appoint their service centres. Together they have access to highly qualified and experienced engineers and are capable of delivering the highest quality high pressure solutions, to ensure our customers of After-Sales-Service and advice.

Well-known in the offshore wind industry The ever increasing size of offshore wind turbines demands innovative and cost-effective foundation construction. …

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