Your GE Gas Turbine CAN Run for Longer
What should you do when your GE Gas Turbine Rotor is reaching the designed end-of-life limit?
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From shop inspections to full rotor replacements, the choices can be overwhelming. Every gas turbine user has specific operating and financial considerations that impact the optimum rotor solution for your gas turbine.
This session explores the design limits of your GE Gas Turbine Rotor as outlined in GE TIL 1576, as well as critical factors to consider when deciding to replace or extend an end-of-life rotor.
The webinar provides details of EthosEnergy’s Rotor End of Life Program, including the evolution of our manufacturing process as well as the specific solutions which can extend rotor life.
EthosEnergy is a leading independent service provider of rotating equipment in the power, oil & gas, and industrial markets. Globally, our services include; repair, overhaul, and optimization of gas turbines, steam turbines, generators, compressors, and transformers.
With engineering which innovates design, manufacture, and application of components to solve customers’ challenges, our goal is to help improve efficiency and reliability, increase profitability, and ultimately, keep units running.
For more on EthosEnergy’s Rotor Solutions, please contact us today.
Jeff is an experienced product manager with a career founded in turbine controls. Following a start as an engineer in the nuclear power industry, he has spent 25 years managing products for OEMs and independent suppliers including Woodward, GE, Siemens-Westinghouse, and currently EthosEnergy. Jeff has been with EthosEnergy since the inception of the turbine control group in 2002 and currently holds the position of Product Manager for the western hemisphere heavy industrial gas turbine market.
GT Rotor Project Manager
Kale has been involved in various aspects of the gas turbine industry for over 40 years. Areas of service range from field activities and shop management duties to assisting with the design, manufacture and final delivery of EthosEnergy’s gas turbine rotor products. Kale has been instrumental in setting up mobile rotor repair processes in several international locations during his tenure at EthosEnergy.