About Upgrades & Life Extension

EthosEnergy is the only independent provider with the design depth and responsiveness to deliver “FAST” solutions. Our upgrades and life extension portfolio includes a comprehensive range of products and services designed to deliver improved performance and output, plant life extension, reliability, and flexibility.

Plant owners and operators modify and upgrade their existing equipment for a variety of reasons, including changes in environmental regulations, adjustments to the plant’s operating profile, plant relocation / reconfiguration, or expanded availability requirements.

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Our accessible and experienced team provides engineered solutions by applying proven technology that improves start reliability, thermal efficiency, power output, availability, emissions, fuel efficiency, and capital cost savings. We use monitoring and diagnostics (M&D) technology, including thermal performance models, condition based monitoring, and advanced signal pattern recognition to deliver predictive maintenance services that minimize unplanned downtime and reduce operational costs.

For more information on the upgrades and life extension services we provide, please contact us.
Products & Services

Coatings

Coatings are applied for preservation, protection, and sealing purposes. Some plant processes are sensitive to fouling

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Component Failure Analysis & Redesign

Machine failures can significantly reduce machine availability and plant production. A detailed analysis of any component failure will help to prevent

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Compressor Re-Rates

Compressors are designed for certain operating conditions During the lifetime of a compressor, these conditions may change for various reasons. EthosE

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Reverse Engineering

Having worked on all major OEM turbomachinery, EthosEnergy brings unrivaled expertise in reverse engineering, both at our facilities and on-site.

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Seal Conversion (i.e. Oil to Dry Gas)

Many compressors still run with oil-type seals at the shaft ends, like bushing seals or mechanical seals, which leak and are inefficient.

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