For more than 20 years, Ketek Fort Nelson has worked with clients in northeastern B.C. We have seven acres of yard space and a 13,000-square-foot office and shop just off the Alaska Highway to support our operations. Our expertise in the management of water resources has been relied upon by many of the region’s most prominent oil and gas producers.
Ketek Fort Nelson can provide the full suite of the company’s services supported by the company’s 9,000+ pieces of primary rental equipment. Ketek provides oilfield and oilsands services, water management, power services, manufacturing, maintenance, transportation and safety services. Now with more than 400 employees, Ketek has worked with companies throughout the upstream and midstream oil and gas sectors.
We have worked in the oilsands and in the mining, forestry and agricultural sectors. We have worked for municipal, institutional and international clients and for the armed forces. We provide facility site services and have acquired distribution rights with suppliers of specialized equipment.
Ketek Fort Nelson is fully supported by the resources and expertise of the head office in Edmonton. The branch is able to draw on the many strengths – including design, engineering, and manufacturing – of the head office to support its expertise in the field and allow Ketek to solve the real-world problems faced by our clients, from start to finish.
Ketek’s true value comes from its ability to draw on many strengths – engineering, manufacturing, transportation and its vast rental fleet, just to start – to support its expertise in the field. We can solve the real-world challenges faced by our clients, from start to finish.
Ketek’s breadth of talent is well demonstrated by its ability to provide industrial services.
Water transfers and storage, completions, equipment rentals, frac water pumping, hydrostatic testing.
Ketek got its start renting equipment to clients in the oilfields, and rentals are still at the heart of everything we do.
Ketek’s fabrication team can make just about anything, from the simplest of truck boxes to multi-million-dollar design/build units.
Ketek has successfully supported construction, mining, maintenance and other production facilities to ensure efficient operations.
Project management, prime contractor safety services, third-party safety training, design, manufacturing and more.
Rental Equipment in Fort Nelson
9,000 pieces of primary, numbered rental equipment and tens of thousands of pieces of auxiliary equipment.
Ketek Edmonton got its start renting equipment to clients in the oilfields, and rentals are still at the heart of everything we do. Much of our fleet has been custom manufactured or individually modified to endure the rigours of industrial use and the challenging environments in which we operate. Other modifications are made to reduce the environmental impact of our operations, whether that be through reduced fuel consumption, sound attenuation, spill protection or camouflage. Ketek Edmonton rentals equipment fleet is impeccably maintained and new equipment is continually being added.
Diesel Pumps for sewage bypass pumping or general construction dewatering; Centrifugal Pumps which are capable of pumping water that contains rocks and debris. Suitable for environmental applications. Deep Well Pumps with ability to communicate with a controller. Fish Screens to protect juvenile fish from entering irrigation channels. Submersible Pumps to pump corrosive liquids and more.
Our line of generators are powerful, quiet and dependable and have been field-tested, by us, throughout Western Canada. There are available trailered or skid-mounted. The Triple Combo (fuel storage, generator and light tower) for camps, rigs or construction sites features dual 100 kW generators with positive air shut off. Sale options include block heater. Voltage: 120V/240V-480V/600V.
Store all needed fuel on site with Ketek’s wide array of fuel storage tanks. With capacities between 450 L and 50,000 L, we have the size you’ll need for your job site. With Trans Cubes, there is no need to empty the tank before transportation. As an auxiliary fuel tank, it provides longer engine running time, reducing number of site visits required for refuelling.
Mobile offices come with thermal windows, generator, rear heater, roof air conditioner. Restroom buildings are custom designed to fit your needs, outfitted with modern amenities for both men and women. Recreation buildings add to camp quality of life by providing an area for personnel to relax and enjoy tabletop games or watch TV. A laundry building allows you to separate camp or personal laundry from work laundry.
Cyclonator incinerators, also known as thermal oxidizers, reduce or eliminate the cost of transporting waste to central landfills. Controlled Air Incinerators destroy solid waste (Types 1-2-3-4) efficiently and reduce the risk of contamination to the environment. Forced Air incinerators destroy solid waste (Types 1-2-3) and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) compared with many other waste disposal options.