H&N Electric…Then and Now
H&N Electric was founded in 1979 and is a regional leader in electrical design and installation, electric motor and generator repair, outside field service and predictive maintenance services. Now, as part of Timken Power Systems, H&N is uniquely positioned for further growth, including our expansion into gear services.
Located in Pasco, Washington, we serve the Pacific Northwest region and beyond from our recently expanded 80,000 square foot facility, and are strategically located to reach our growing industrial customer base. This facility is one of the largest of its kind in the region, and boasts cutting-edge equipment to ensure the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
the more they
stay the same.”
Experience Drives Reliability
Our H&N Electric team of engineers, technicians and highly skilled craftsmen has
centuries of combined hands-on experience: from equipment maintenance and repair, to engineering, to design and manufacture, to material management. Combined with the experience that the TPS network brings, we are quite literally talking about 1000’s of years of expertise. Our goal is to bring our customers the highest levels of reliability in the marketplace. Day in and day out.
Commitment to Service Backed
by ISO Certification
At Timken Power Systems, as well as at H&N Electric, our dedication to quality sets us apart from the competition for two reasons.
First, because we are in our 5th decade of successful operations, we drove the quality program through our own time-tested standard procedures. Second, we didn’t want an umbrella certification that many companies have. Instead, we put our SOP’s and process controls to the test by having each TPS site independently certified. This was the best way to deliver on our promises to our customers.
Expertise in the Service Center
Means Reliability in the Field
As part of a network of regional service centers focused on industrial drivetrains, H&N Electric is uniquely positioned to offer its customers inspection, overhaul and upgrade solutions for their critical gear drives.
Using the latest inspection and measurement techniques, we are equipped to answer key operational questions from our customers. Our goal is to provide the rotating equipment decision makers with the data they need to make informed decisions.