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ENAG

  • Electrical Components-Converters
  • Equipment, Machinery & Materials-Engines & Propulsion
  • Safety & Security-Surveillance Systems & Equipment

Locations

Heaquarter

31 rue Marcel Paul - Z.I. Kerdroniou Est
QUIMPER 29000
France

Experts in static and dynamic energy conversion aboard all types of ships since 1946, ENAG provides a wide range of standard and customised products for merchant vessels, passenger vessels, ferries, fishing boats, warships (frigates, submarines, aircraft carriers), tugs, patrol vessels, LNG carriers, offshore platforms and vessels, yachts….

Our customers are major shipyards, engineering companies, electricians, offshore companies such as: ABB , Aker yards, ARMON, Bénéteau, Bourbon, CMN, DCNS, EMENASA GROUP, ENSCO, Piriou, SAIPEM …….

Our equipments are suitable for intensive use and severe environments and can be manufactured according to classification societies such as BV, LR, DNV, ABS and to ATEX standards.

Products

Power electronics: battery chargers, DC power supplies, AC/AC and AC/DC UPS, inverters, frequency converters, electric heaters, GMDSS power supplies.

Electro-mechanics: AC or DC axial and centrifugal electrical fans, water separators and grids, fire dampers, AC and DC electric motors, generators, electric or diesel-electric propulsion.

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