A flexible, intelligent, ASME certified manufacturer of high quality custom mechanical process equipment
Machined. Fabricated. Engineered.
Enermax Mountain Manufacturing is an ASME “U”, ASME “S”, and National Board “R” Certified Manufacturing shop, located in Maple Ridge, BC. We specialize in the Design, Fabrication, and Repair of ASME Section I and Section VIII Div.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers, Pressure Vessels, and ASME B31.1 and B31.3 Piping. We also have the capabilities to manufacture API 610/650 Tanks, and various custom fabrication assemblies. We have the expertise and the weld procedures to fabricate projects ranging from Carbon Steel to Titanium, and everything in between.
We employ our own in-house design team, consisting of Professional Engineers and other technical experts, who work directly with our customers, ensuring all work complies with the applicable customer specifications and design codes.
Our customer base includes companies involved in several industries: Oil & Gas (Parkland Refining, Enbridge, Tidewater Midstream, Imperial Oil, Nova Chemicals, Suncor, Phillips 66, Fortis BC), Pulp & Paper (Domtar Kamloops Mill, Paper Excellence, Canfor), and Chemical (Chemtrade, Erco).
EM Manufacturing Ltd. was founded in March 2010. It was formed as the product of a merger between Enermax Fabricators Ltd. and Mountain Manufacturing Ltd. Enermax Fabricators was founded in 1978 as an ASME certified fabricator specializing in the design and manufacture of high quality tube and shell heat exchangers and other pressure vessels. Mountain Manufacturing, founded in 1985, was a precision machine shop that offered mechanical fitting and repair services. Both companies were founded in North Vancouver, Canada.
In 1998 the original owner of Enermax was looking to retire and sold his company to our current ownership group. Enermax flourished under new ownership and in 4 years purchased a neighboring machine shop, Mountain Manufacturing. The two companies remained separate entities until our Maple Ridge facility was completed. Shortly after both companies moved under one roof and formed EM Manufacturing.
Today EM Manufacturing operates in the same spirit of quality craftsmanship as it’s counterparts did, but now offers the added benefits of an improved facility, modern CNC equipment and the combined services of both companies.