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PULSE ENGINEERING

Stainless Steel Fabrication Engineers

Specialists in Hygienic Plant Processing Fabrication

Pulse Engineering design value-adding solutions that:

  • Stand the test of time
  • Reduce running costs
  • Optimise workflow efficiencies
  • Conserve water and energy
  • Mitigate contamination risks
  • Minimise downtime due to performance issues
  • Adhere to the highest safety standards
We use specialised systems to improve safety, efficiency and performance.

Do you have a challenging problem?

Our motto is ‘endless possibilities’ because we take on the projects others won’t. As passionate engineers, we love a challenge and take pride in being able to provide outside the box solutions for stainless steel fabrication challenges. 

Been told it can’t be done? Let’s see about that… give us a call.

How to Choose A Plant Fabricator

Who you choose for your plant fabrication is a crucial decision, impacting your business for many years to come. Key factors to consider are:

  • Has the solution been designed to maximize workflow efficiencies?
  • Has the solution been designed with safety in mind?
  • Have all risk factors been identified?
  • Is the solution future proof?
  • Is the fabrication robust enough to go the distance?
  • How fast can replacement parts be sourced? Consider the impact to your operation if you had to wait five weeks for one to come from China.
  • Is support available 24/7?
  • Is that support fast and reliable? What does your service level agreement cover, and is it sufficient for your operation?
  • How transparent is the package you’re being quoted? Ensure you get the full costs upfront to avoid hidden costs.

Plant Safety Reviews

Plant Safety Reviews

Our senior team conducts Plant Safety Reviews across a range of industries. Having designed and engineered equipment for almost 20 years, we have considerable experience to draw on.
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Consulting & Project Scoping

Consulting & project Scoping

Current reality and desired future mapping is how we look to add value to our clients. Ultimately, we want your investment to pay for itself faster through efficiency gains, increased output and risk minimization.
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Process Flow

Process Flow

Pulse Engineering are fabricators of quality stainless steel plants and equipment. Our team follow a robust process for safe, efficient delivery of your project.
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Custom Design & 3D Solid Modeling

Custom Design & 3D Solid Modeling

Our motto ‘endless possibilities’ is a testament to our passion for custom design and solving challenging problems. Considerable industry experience coupled with outside the box thinking, helps us provide pragmatic, cost-effective solutions.
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Steel Fabrication & Manufacturing

Steel Fabrication & Manufacturing

Pulse Engineering has 20 years of stainless steel fabrication and engineering experience. Robust, innovative and value-adding, we’re partners of choice for many of NZ’s largest manufacturers, as well as many smaller businesses too.
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Installation

Installation

Our teams experienced site operators can work at heights and confined spaces, in accordance with each plants procedures. We follow industry leading site safety, hazard identification and risk management processes.
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Maintenance & Service

Maintenance & Service

If you have a plant breakdown or performance issue, you need it fixed pronto. Our service is 24/7, fast and reliable. Most parts can be sourced immediately. Our maintenance schedule mitigates potential risks.
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Let's Discuss Your Project

Pulse Engineering has vast stainless steel fabrication and engineering experience. We design with safety, performance and efficiency in mind. Get in touch with us today to discuss a value-adding solution for your operation.

CASE STUDY

NORTH ISLAND MUSSELS

In late 2009 Pulse Engineering Services won the tender to design and fabricate a mussel conveying and packing system for the new North Island Mussels packing facility.

The project required the design and construction of a conveyor and pack out system which allowed operators to pack pre-bagged mussels into cartons and then boxes which are then transported from the top floor of the facility to the stores on the bottom floor.