From it's beginning as a business unit of Egmont Electricity (a locally owned Generation and Distribution company) in the mid 1980's, the business has grown into a multinational group of companies providing economical and environmentally friendly reclamation services throughout
After the privatization of the New Zealand Electricity supply Industry in 1992, ESI Group was formed with Mr Clive Avery and Family as principle shareholders. Family values such as Integrity, Care and Respect for others, Accountability and Building an Excellent Reputation have ensured long term and enjoyable business relationships.
We strive to provide an exceptional service while providing customers with a clear path for maintaining and protecting their High Voltage Electrical Assets.
ESI utilize the latest technologies and continually update their processing units and procedures to deliver an environmentally friendly service which helps preserve and reuse a valuable limited natural resource.
ESI Philippines Transformer Services Corp. is a Philippine Registered Corporation connected to the ESI Group of Companies. Head of operations in the Philippines is Peter Gwynn who was originally trained with New Zealand Electricity Department in all aspects of Generation, Substation and Transmission construction and maintenance. He latter became Generation and Substation Engineer for Egmont Electricity where he established the Oil Reclamation business unit, developing on-line plants and procedures.
ESI Group is committed to providing an excellent service all our Philippine Clients with honesty and integrity, just as do in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia and Pacific Islands.
Transformers are the single most expensive item of high voltage plant in a substation. It is a recognised fact that deterioration of transformer oil, through either oxidation and/or contamination, can cause premature and at times catastrophic failure....
Measures the water content of the oil at a particular temperature. This is an extremely important test as it can be related to the actual moisture content, by dry weight, of the transformer winding....