Industrial Marine. Marine Electrical Specialists



  • The Nelson Mail

    Industrial Marine Electrical have an Electrical service contract with the Nelson Mail for the main printing press and associated pre-press and collating machinery.  The printing press is powered by two 50 HP DC motors synchronised together and coupled to the drive units of the press.  The automation of the press is achieved using a Siemens PLC interfaced to an operator interface on the control console.

    The Nelson Mail site operation is a 16-hour a day, six day a week operation and Industrial Marine Electrical supply an “on call” service to the site.

  • Alliance Group Nelson Plant

    Alliance Group Nelson Plant – 2005 Maintenance Shutdown
    We have just completed a seven week programmed maintenance shutdown for the site. We assisted the site’s Chief Engineer with the electrical program four weeks before the shutdown, arranged material to be delivered to site prior to the shutdown and a team of four Industrial Marine Electricians worked six days a week to complete the Electrical work list before the start of the killing season.

    We are the preferred Electrical service provider for the Alliance Group, Nelson Plant and our company supplies electrical services for them on a 24-hour call out service to cover the two shifts at the site.

  • Nelson City Council

    The completion of the Telemetry equipment replacement, of the 46 Nelson City Council sites, over the last two years, was within the allocated budgets. The Intouch SCADA system and field equipment is now maintained by Industrial Marine Electrical under a 3 year maintenance contract

    Twenty Sewer Pump Control Panels have been constructed and installed around the area as well as Telemetry upgrades, with three Reservoir systems and PRV control systems installed.

  • Port Nelson

    The WH Parr - a 33 year old Tug was recently re-powered with two new propulsion engines and new auxiliary alternator engines. Industrial Marine Electrical became involved in the project when the Nelson Harbour Board decided to re-power the vessel to gain another 30 plus years service from the vessel.
    We worked with the Dunedin consultants and supplied budget prices for rewiring the vessel, designing and installing a new main switchboard.
    The project was completed within budget and within the time frame allocated before the busy apple season.

  • Strait Shipping's MV Kent

    MV Kent's dry docking in Devonport July 2005 - we designed a new steering system complete with autopilot for the vessel and have just completed the installation while the vessel was out of service on a programmed docking.