Fort Worth-based electrical equipment maker AZZ's fiscal fourth-quarter net income climbed 14 percent, helped by a gain on insurance proceeds related to a fire at one of its facilities.AZZ earned $13.2 million, or 52 cents per share, for the three months ended Feb. 28. Analysts predicted earnings of 48 cents per share, according to a FactSet poll.The company, which supplies utilities, power plants, mining companies and other industries, also raised its fiscal 2014 earnings and revenue forecasts, in part to account for its acquisition of Aquilex Specialty Repair and Overhaul LLC. Aquilex is a provider of maintenance, repair and revitalization services to the nuclear and fossil fuel power generation markets. AZZ closed on the $250 million deal earlier this month.Revenue rose 14 percent to $140.4 million from $123.6 million. Wall Street expected revenue of $142.7 million.Backlog increased to $221.7 million from $138.6 million, benefiting from the Nuclear Logistics Inc. acquired backlog. AZZ bought Nuclear Logistics, which provides equipment for nuclear power plants, in June for an undisclosed amount.For the year, AZZ Inc. earned $60.5 million, or $2.37 per share. In the previous year the company earned $40.7 million, or $1.61 per share. Annual revenue climbed 22 percent to $570.6 million from $469.1 million.AZZ anticipates fiscal 2014 earnings between $2.65 and $2.95 per share on revenue in a range of $825 million to $900 million. Its prior outlook was for earnings between $2.50 and $2.75 per share on revenue in a range of $625 million to $660 million.