Engineering Incorporated was incorporated in 1981. Since
then the company has been involved in a number of engineering ventures including consulting and study of manufacturing related
issues. An interest in line hardware and line tools
developed following involvement in a project that identified the
significant advances in plastics and composite materials over
the last two decades. This identified many opportunities
for the use of plastics and composites to replace traditional
materials such as metals. The benefits can be numerous,
but include higher strengths and durability, weight, electrical
and heat conductivity. Further benefits can result from
more modern design.
has a variety of products under development at present, most of
which are following a rigid and thorough design - prototype -
test - redesign system led by experienced, seasoned engineers.
The opinions and participation of the manufacturers of the
resins are an integral part of the development process, to
ensure the highest standards are met for the life of the product
under consideration. All applicable standards (such as
CSA, ANSI and others) as well as those imposed by current and
prospective purchasers are established as fundamental design
criteria, and in most cases a further safety factor is
incorporated. Testing is routinely performed by
independent organizations such as the Nova Scotia Research
Foundation Corporation, which is well versed in the type of
testing required for these products.
also undertakes product development on a custom and contract
Dale Robertson, P.Eng and president of Enerscan, awarded the prestigious 2006 Lieutenant Governor's Award
for Excellence and Innovation in Engineering. Full
Enerscan Engineering Inc. wins
2006 Discovery Centre award for Innovation in Science and Technology.
CV of Dale J. Robertson, P.Eng., President of Enerscan Engineering Inc.