Improving the efficiency of entire gas turbine drivetrains
Sulzer’s expertise on show at ME RoTIC 2021 conference and exhibition
Sulzer will be showing its latest maintenance innovations and technology for rotating machinery at the 4th ME RoTIC event taking place in Dubai, October 12-14, 2021. With increased focus on efficiency and sustainability, Sulzer will be presenting how the efficiency of the whole gas turbine drivetrain can be improved in a seminar and the company’s experts will be on-hand at stand F8.
Rotating equipment is at the center of heavy industries such as oil & gas, power generation and petrochemicals. With reliability and efficiency crucial to keeping these sectors running, the RoTIC conference and exhibition is focusing on the latest products and technology that can improve performance.
With decades of experience in manufacturing, maintaining as well as repairing rotating equipment and components, Sulzer has extensive knowledge and expertise that can support customers all over world. Behind the scenes, teams of time-served designers and engineers deliver optimized improvements that extend operational periods and enhance the performance of the complete drivetrain. Equipped with the latest repair technologies, over 100 service centers and 50 manufacturing sites around the world offer a localized one-stop-shop for the maintenance and overhaul of rotating equipment.
Sulzer is a leading provider of maintenance services for all rotating equipment and at this year’s event experts from Alba Power, a Sulzer brand, will be showcasing how it delivers projects that go beyond upgrading individual components and equipment. On October 13, day two of the event, at 10:30 a.m. in the Turbomachinery Hall, Sulzer will give a presentation entitled “Optimizing drivetrain performance and reliability through retrofits and upgrades”.
Visitors to the conference and exhibition are invited to learn more about the wide range of overhaul services available from Sulzer. The team on stand F8 will illustrate how advanced diagnostics, reverse engineering, additive manufacturing and many other technologies can support equipment with extended service life, improved reliability and greater productivity.