March 2019: Need to requalify old locomotive parts? Hapeman is the answer! Closely following designated refurbishment procedures developed by our lead engineers, the locomotive parts will be received, cleaned, inspected, comprehensively tested, and repaired if able. Components include but are not limited to: Gate Drive Power Supplies, Rectifier Panels, EGU Panels, Logic Power Supplies, etc. Please contact us if you have a question about a specific part that you need to be requalified.
Ask us about our Locomotive Requalification Program to get started!
April 2018: Woohoo! We were chosen as a winner of TEquipment's "Show Your Fluke Love" contest, and we can't wait to start using our new Fluke T6-1000! Thank you again to TEquipment and Fluke Corp. 😁⚡️ (Keep your eye out for a new video featuring the T6-1000!)
February 2018: We're kicking our YouTube channel into overdrive! Product reviews, product spotlights, demos, how-tos, and vlogs... you won't want to miss any of it! Subscribe to our channel for the latest Hapeman has to offer.
November 2017: Check out Hapeman Electronic's Automatic Tramming Device for locomotive engines! This device places a locomotive engine crankshaft at Top Dead Center so that the engine sensors and the timing gear are positioned correctly. Read more about our trammer on its product page, and watch the trammer in action in our Video Guide on YouTube!
August 2017: We've released our first Product Spotlight video for... the Hapeman Electronics Battery Conditioner! It's a 22nd century solution for 21st century rail yard problems. Watch the video and see how the HEBC will increase productivity!
January 2017: Happy New Year from Hapeman Electronics! This year, we are celebrating an exciting milestone... our 20th anniversary in business! We'd like to thank our clients for their years of support.
November 2016: Hapeman Electronics was featured as Northwest Commission’s “Success Story” in their recent November publication. You can read more about the Northwest Commission and their services at www.northwestpa.org!
"Hapeman Electronics, located in Stoneboro, Mercer County (Pennsylvania), was established in 1997 by Mr. Bryan Hapeman, current President and Owner of the company. Hapeman Electronics provides the industrial community with the best solutions for their automation and data collection needs. Not limited to automation, Hapeman Electronics offers services for electrical instrumentation calibration, as well as vibration and environmental chamber testing. To assist locomotive service shops, they also offer dedicated testing for a range of products such as Locomotive Battery Testers, the TDC Tester (designed for use on GE Locomotive Diesel Engines), and the GEB13 Traction Motor Field Tester.
The International Trade Program of the Northwest Commission has been working with Hapeman Electronics since 2011. Our program has assisted the company with export documentation to Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and Kazakhstan. We have also assisted with identifying HTS code for NAFTA purposes, and provided support for understanding Incoterms® and Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Hapeman Electronics also utilized services of PA Authorized Trade Representative for a company background check assistance in India.
Mrs. Sheri Hapeman, partner at the company, has recently contacted Northwest Commission for assistance with shipping 9 locomotive battery testers to Australia. The Northwest Commission shared a list of freight forwarders that could provide a shipping quote, and also advised on using appropriate Incoterm® for the shipment. Finally, Hapeman Electronics got the job and successfully accomplished their first shipment to Australia in September 2016.
Since then, Hapeman Electronics has had inquiries for this and other products, including their new Battery Conditioner, from companies in Europe, South America, and Africa. Sheri related that working with the Northwest Commission was a pleasure; Katarina met with both of them at their location multiple times to make sure they understood the Export Process. Sheri also expressed that the Northwest Commission’s Export Financing Seminar, called 'The Dollar Deal', was very informative."