Assisted in the electrical and mechanical installation of two Motanks for the #4 and #5 Electric Arc Furnaces (EAF), which includes the construction and commissioning of: • On board hydraulic power pack complete with emergency accumulator • One electric cable winder to allow electric power supply commands and signals to be transferred via multipolar cable […]
Following a fire that had destroyed the Eddy Current Separation (ECS) system at Evraz Recycling Plant, Tesco was asked to repair the damage and replace the necessary electrical systems. The ECS is based on the use of a magnetic rotor with alternating polarity, spinning rapidly inside a non-metallic drum driven by a conveyor belt. As non-ferrous […]
We’ve been active this summer attending various engineering related conferences and technical committee meetings. IEC TC57 Meetings – Mackinaw Island, Michigan IEC TC57 WG10 (responsible for IEC 61850) had a rare opportunity to have a joint meeting with its colleagues at WG15 (Security) & WG19 (CIM). It was beneficial have an insight into the other […]
Tesco Mechanical is fortunate to be a preferred supplier for Evraz’s water cooled pollution collection ducts, and arc furnace roofs. These highly customized and intricate work of steel tubing is testament to Tesco Mechanics’s fabrication capabilities.
Tesco strives to show their appreciation for the hard efforts put in from their employees, and the continued support from their clients. It is because of their loyal customers, and equally their determined employees that allow them to achieve their goals and grow their business to a new level. We enjoyed seeing you at the […]
The Tesco Group is excited to announce the official launch of their new website! We’re proud to have deployed a new engineering and project management service offering via Tesco Automation and have used the website launch as an opportunity to introduce these new services. Tesco is committed to providing their customers with loyal, flexible and […]