Turbine Technology Services

Presenting on Gas Turbine Fuel Flexibility at 2014 7EA Users Group Annual Conference

2014 October 14

TTS will speak on the needs and applications of gas turbine fuel flexibility at the upcoming conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

Our Senior Combustion Engineer, Mitch Cohen, will present at the 2014 7EA Users Group Annual Conference. The conference takes place in Murfreesboro, Tennessee (in the greater Nashville area) from October 21 through October 23 at the Embassy Suites Nashville SE-Murfreesboro. Cohen will speak to users and select vendors about “Operational Versatility for your Gas Turbine with Fuel Flexibility” the morning of Thursday, October 23 at 8:00 a.m.

 

The forecast of fuel pricing and availability is often impacted by various global political, economic and environmental conditions. The increasingly extreme and unpredictable winters each year have been one of the leading complications in efforts to obtain power and natural gas. As our Vice President of Sales for the Americas, Frank Hoegler, explains, “Gas curtailments in the US during recent winters left many gas turbine users at a disadvantage because of inoperable liquid fuel systems or the lack of multiple fuel sources, thus missing out on generation opportunities at higher market prices.”

 

The capability to successfully use multiple fuel sources allows gas turbine users to better manage unexpected fuel supply conditions and maintain availability of their units. The ability to reliably operate on multiple fuels not only increases value through improved versatility, it also ensures the ability to produce power under any conditions. For his presentation at the 2014 7EA Users Group Annual Conference, Cohen will focus on the importance of dual fuel reliability for single and MNQC diffusion combustors and dual fuel DLN1 operation, through a practical perspective on the subject.

 

Cohen, has more than 20 years of experience in the design, operation and maintenance of Dry Low NOx (DLN) and diffusion combustion systems for gas turbines. Combining that with TTS’ 30+ years of providing gas turbine technology expertise and fuel flexibility solutions, the presentation will provide attendees with knowledgeable insight into the needs and applications of operational versatility for gas turbine users.

 

For more information on fuel flexibility and how we can help you achieve operational versatility, read our fuel flexibility blog post or visit our website.

 

“Operational Versatility for your Gas Turbine with Fuel Flexibility” – Presentation by Mitch Cohen

2014 7EA Users Group Annual Conference

Embassy Suites Nashville SE-Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro, TN 37129

October 23, 2014 at 8:00 a.m.

Turbine Technology Services Broadens Parts and Services Business, Appointing Pat Begley as VP

2014 September 17
by turbineAdmin

We aim to improve parts and services worldwide, focusing on fast growing businesses.

 

Turbine Technology Services’ (TTS) transactional parts and service business has grown quickly over the last several years and is now an important contributor to our business. This growth has been primarily through support provided to our existing customers, and this success brought about potential for an ongoing expansion of these services to additional customers worldwide. In order to facilitate this increase, the TTS parts and service support functions have now been consolidated into a discrete business group within our company, with Pat Begley leading these efforts.

Previously, VP, International Business Development for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, Pat Begley has been appointed VP, Parts and Services, to manage and nurture this business initiative. He brings an established network of global partners from his 32 years in both the technical and sales and business sides of the gas turbine industry.

TTS will serve the industry from our Orlando, Florida office as a supplier of quality components and services. We will initially focus on providing quality gas turbine parts to owners of GE heavy industrial gas turbines in both the US and international markets and will seek to grow its capabilities on other unit types going forward. On the services side, TTS will continue to provide its traditional DLN tuning and control system support services on GE unit types and seeks to expand these services to other units and platforms around the world.

Regarding this development for TTS, Pat states, “In expanding its parts and service customer base, TTS will continue to provide the same high quality support and responsiveness that have been key to its success in this area to date. In addition to the direct sales benefit from both parts and services, TTS also expects that the increased contact with our existing, as well as new and potential customers, will be beneficial to both our customers and TTS.”

Our development in parts and services focuses on fast growing businesses with significant potential for growth. With Pat Begley’s leadership, our company will improve the quality and reach of the gas turbine parts and services they provide globally.

Add Operational Versatility for Your Gas Turbine with Fuel Flexibility

2014 June 17

Ensure availability to produce power during any situation by adding the capability to burn multiple fuels with Turbine Technology Services.

Gas turbines are one of the leading sources of power generation in the United States, making their ability to produce consistent power crucial at all times. Natural gas is the most popular fuel due to its overall abundance, cost-effectiveness, and environmentally friendly status with modern advanced combustion systems. However, it shouldn’t be the only fuel source.

Unpredictable global political and economic conditions, environmental situations, as well as new discoveries in oil and gas exploration, can skew any forecast on fuel pricing and availability. By adding the capability to burn multiple fuel sources, gas turbine users can be prepared to handle these unexpected changes that arise. Not only can this increase their value in terms of improved versatility, it also ensures their availability to produce power under any circumstances.

The Recent Issues in Fuel Supply

This past winter (2013-14) brought severe weather conditions, with record snowfall, ice storms, and arctic temperatures throughout the country. Gas curtailment was commonplace for gas turbine operators, and these extreme winters have been occurring more frequently in recent years.

One of the largest situations in the US occurred back in February 2011, where an arctic cold front descended on the Southwest and brought temperatures below freezing and sustained wind gusts up to 30 mph. The area hit was extensive, complicating efforts to obtain power and natural gas from neighboring regions. Local distribution companies passed extensive curtailments of service during the event, where they interrupted gas service to more than 50,000 customers in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas. The surrounding gas production basins decreased production due to low market prices and, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, an estimated 14.8 billion cubic feet (BCF) of natural gas production was lost, further complicating the effects of the extreme winter.

The Advantage of Fuel Flexibility

In any situation when natural gas is hard to obtain or costs are high, users that have the operational versatility to burn alternative fuels, such as distillate liquid fuel, are able to continue generating uninterrupted power. These users have an advantage under circumstances when the supply of power is low, such as during gas curtailments, and the price of power rises. The importance of adding another fuel source to gas turbines has proven to be vital in increasing the availability of power.

With over 30 years of experience providing gas turbine technology expertise and delivering successful solutions worldwide, Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS) has performed numerous fuel conversions to many different types of gas turbines and can provide the fuel flexibility that most power systems need.

To discuss how TTS can provide you with the fuel flexibility you need, call Frank Hoegler at (407) 826-1800 or email fhoegler@turbinetech.com

Turbine Technology Services Modernizes Holland, Michigan’s Gas Turbine Power Systems

2014 June 3
by turbineAdmin

The city’s turbines now have modern control systems and a new black start system which significantly increases the versatility and value generators.

The Turbine Technology Services team completed another successful project for the City of Holland by providing a turbine control system retrofit in April of 2014.  The city already had a control system from us on an older unit that provided critical demand and peak timing power to the city. This led to an invitation to submit another proposal. TTS modernized two GE MS6001B gas turbines owned and operated by the Holland Board of Public Works, with a TMS-1000 series turbine control system. These upgrades significantly increased versatility and value to the city’s electrical system.

The two control systems we replaced were the original systems supplied with the turbines during the early 1990s and were over 20 years old.  At such an advanced age, these systems had become antiquated and unreliable. Though the city of Holland owns and operates several power plants, these particular generators are critical to the electrical utility grid. They are operated at peak times and in critical demand situations, and the site where the units are located is unmanned, so reliability is crucial.

To solve these issues, we incorporated a black start system to one of the units which will allow it to start automatically in the event of a blackout to the electrical system. Since the units can operate on multiple fuels, they become even more critical to the city’s electrical system. Therefore, a reliable black start and control system further increases their value creating a more efficient and dependable power source for Holland.

In detail, the TTS team provided a TMS-1000 series turbine control system, consisting of a modern programmable automation controller (PAC) system and using Allen Bradley’s ControLogix platform to replace the obsolete original equipment manufacturer (OEM) control system. They also employed generator control systems by Basler Electric and digital generator protection relays by Schweitzer Electric Co.

The completion of this project continues the positive and growing relationship between TTS and the city of Holland. Carl Thorwall, Electric Production Engineer for Holland Board of Public Works, worked closely with us throughout the project. He was satisfied with the project’s success in addition to the overall level of service provided, stating:

“Upgrading from the GE Speedtronic™ MK IV control system to a modern redundant PAC control system has greatly improved our ability to find, troubleshoot and fix issues that come up when minutes matter. The Human Machine Interface (HMI) developed by TTS enhanced the Operator’s ability to see what is happening with the turbine and generator and react as needed. Contractually and logistically TTS has been great to work with, completing the project on time and under budget with ease.”

Turbine Technology Services Corporation Helps Extend the Operational Lifetime of a Colombian Power Plant

2013 October 15

Upgrading turbine equipment and modernizing control systems enhances power plant operation while simplifying its balance-of-plant operations

(ORLANDO, FL) —Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida is finishing a project involving the replacement of multiple gas turbines, along with the modernization of balance-of-plant (BOP) control systems at the Termoyopal power plant, north of Bogota, Colombia.

TTS’ project in the South American nation required the modernization of 3 existing and 2 replacement gas turbine power generation assets to enhance Termoyopal’s capabilities.

TTS's Termoyopal project is featured in the October 2013 edition of POWER Magazine and can be viewed online at http://www.powermag.com/focus-on-om-2.

TTS’s Termoyopal modernization project is featured in the October 2013 edition of POWER Magazine.

Upon completion of the modernization project, Termoyopal’s turbines were successfully upgraded to improve the reliability to a critical energy generation resource, which serves the needs of the city of Yopal and surrounding communities in a region where power generation is a catalyst for progress and stability.

In addition to the plant’s turbine equipment upgrades, TTS was challenged with the complexity of Termoyopal’s existing control systems, which incorporated multiple legacy GE MKIIs, MKIV and 3rd Modicon-based programmable logic controller (PLC) control systems.

When TTS arrived at Termoyopal, it was discovered that the maintenance personnel was burdened with having to use multiple programming languages and hardware platforms, as well as stocking spare parts for each of the different systems—making the management and maintenance of their turbine systems an even more complex effort.

TTS provided a solution that not only simplified the operation and consolidated the mix under a single platform—it also modernized the entire plant control, increasing available system data while offering an interface tailored to the operators’ and maintenance engineers’ specifications for plant operations.

Since plant staff was already familiar with the existing systems, TTS’ installation of replacement turbines and modernized controls gave Termoyopal the opportunity to resolve challenges in the OEM equipment, while rationalizing the control and operation of the entire plant.

“Power plants throughout Latin America face similar upgrade and modernization needs that could benefit from our  retrofit services,” said Frank Hoegler, VP of Sales for the Americas at TTS. “Proactive equipment upgrades can extend the operational lifetime of their power generation equipment for years to come and help improve reliability in facilities that may have been inactive or with limited operation.”

To deliver an effective solution, TTS implemented Rockwell Automation’s PlantPax system, thus providing Termoyopal with a core system upgrade that led to a scalable architecture—adding much needed flexibility and the ease of adding hardware and software components.

Additional enhancements included adding cybersecurity protection, Rockwell’s RSLogix5000 programming software, which follows the industrial programming standard IEC 61131-3 and features programming languages  Ladder Logic, Structured Text, Sequential Function Chart, and Function Block.

In the end, TTS successfully coupled these programming tools with an intuitive operator interface (HMI) platform that gave the Termoyopal power plant and staff the tools needed to operate their power plant with much greater flexibility than ever before.

By replacing its obsolete and outdated equipment at Termoyopal, as well as the unsupported software platforms, TTS contributed to a significant reduction of costs related to personnel training, spare part inventory, individual component cots, and overall system reliability and availability—all leading to reduced ownership costs.

This TTS project is featured in the October 2013 edition of POWER Magazine and can be viewed online at http://www.powermag.com/focus-on-om-2.

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

For More Information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

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Power Generation Equipment Upgrades by Turbine Technology Services Contribute to Improved Performance

2013 September 17

Obsolete human machine interface hardware and software represent a risk for gas turbine operators and equipment performance.

(Orlando, Florida) – Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida is playing a critical role in the upgrade of power generation equipment worldwide by modernizing control systems’ hardware and software to improve the operational performance of gas turbines.

Pat Begley is VP of Sales, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia for Turbine Technology Services Corporation.

Pat Begley is VP of Sales, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia for Turbine Technology Services Corporation.

It has been almost 30 years since microprocessor-based control systems were introduced in the power generation industry and—as is typical with electronics—the time to effective obsolescence of these systems has been relatively short. Advances in reliability, capability, flexibility and in the ease of use have been significant over this period.

Case in point, much of the turbine control system HMI and operator interface equipment that was installed in the 90’s and early 2000’s have become obsolete by current industry standards, prompting gas turbine operators to seek upgrade/migration advice from trusted global power engineering providers such as TTS.

In response to these industry challenges, TTS now offers GE gas turbine operators complete HMI upgrade solutions to bring these operator interface systems up to current standards.

The TTS solution is based on Industrial Turbine Service’s Turbine Monitoring System (TMOS) software, an established industry product which has been successfully applied around the world in the replacement of the original GE (I) and (HMI) product line.

These HMI upgrades from TTS provide an improved graphical interface that retains the features of the original operator interface product while adding powerful new capabilities and features including improved unit data acquisition, storage and analysis. These upgrades also provide innovative solutions to the system architecture and communication limitations imposed by the original systems.

“Aging, obsolete equipment increases the risk of failure, potentially leaving turbine operators unable to run or monitor their units,” said Pat Begley, VP of Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Asia at TTS. “HMI upgrades are a very cost effective solution for this particular problem.”

Over the years, TTS has performed numerous HMI upgrades for power generation customers, giving the company a unique insight and experience to address the needs of the industry—from system design and network architecture to hardware installation.

HMI upgrades from TTS are featured in September’s edition of Power Magazine and can be downloaded following this link: http://www.powermag.com/considerations-when-upgrading-gas-turbine-hmis/.
About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

For More Information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

 

Turbine Technology Services Corporation set to Exhibit at Oil & Gas Conference in Mexico

2013 July 10

Participation by TTS in Rockwell Automation’s Petroleum & Gas Conference will include a presentation on the topic of controls for the Oil & Gas market

(ORLANDO, FL) —Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida is scheduled to present at the Rockwell Automation Petroleum & Gas Conference on the topic of “Integral Solutions for Turbomachinery Controls for the Oil & Gas Market” to an audience of major players in the Mexican Oil & Gas market.

TTS will be participating in the Rockwell Automation conference, which will be held in Villahermosa, Mexico, on July 10th and 11th, 2013 to showcase a wide variety of turbine engineering services and their direct application to the Oil & Gas Industry.

Glenn Ayala, Director of Global Business Development for Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Glenn Ayala, Director of Global Business Development for Turbine Technology Services Corporation

In recent years Mexico increased its demand and imports of gas by more than 90 percent, making this Latin American country a major focus for companies like TTS, which can deliver solutions in the areas of turbomachinery controls for offshore platforms.

Glenn Ayala, Director of Global Business Development for TTS, will be delivering the presentation in Villahermosa at 12:30 on Wednesday, July 10th, which also includes a review of a Case Study on XM modules, as applied to existing machinery on PEMEX platforms.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, Mexico’s power generation industry is largely based on the use of conventional thermal plants and the nation’s increased demand for power in recent years will require aftermarket OEM services, maintenance support, training, and spare parts to maintain operational excellence.

TTS has played an active role in the delivery of upgrade and modernization services to extend power plant and gas compression stations’ operational lifetime—largely as a way to decrease outages and potential downtime for power generation equipment.

 

“The Mexican market has always been of strategic importance to TTS,” said Glenn Ayala, who is responsible for growing the company’s business across the globe. “Now, more than ever, given recent developments including the pending opening of the sector to private investment.”

As an active player in Mexico’s O&G markets, TTS has participated in several editions of the Latinamerican Turbomachinery Congress and Exhibition in Mexico, and it has been an active partner of Rockwell Automation to better serve its client base throughout Latin America.

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

For more information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

 

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Turbine Technology Services Corporation Celebrates 30 Years of Excellence in Global Gas Turbine Engineering

2013 June 28

Orlando-based TTS continues to expand its products and services to power generation facilities in every continent

(ORLANDO, FL) —Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida is celebrating three decades of growth and success as a leading power engineering firm and is looking forward to continued expansion and development in the power generation industry.

The 30-year anniversary marks a major milestone for TTS, which has experienced exceptional achievement in recent years—from the Americas to Asia—as demand for its innovative products has resulted in a constant stream of inquiries and projects.

Turbine Technology Services Corporation Celebrates 30 Years of Excellence in Global Gas Turbine Engineering

Turbine Technology Services Corporation celebrates 30 years of excellence in global gas turbine engineering.

Since its inception, TTS has been at the forefront of many groundbreaking projects in the gas turbine industry with a long list of achievements, such as being the first company to apply electronic fuel control valves for GE gas turbines.

Other TTS milestones included being the first non-OEM company to provide gas fuel control for DLN gas turbines; the first company to provide plant-wide mobile data monitoring through the use of a headset mobile computer; and the first and only company to design and apply the 60hz Frame 7EA gas turbine in a 50hz electrical system.

In recent years, TTS has been involved in some of the industry’s most challenging projects, successfully implementing solutions ranging from combustion tuning and combustor performance diagnostics for emissions control, to consulting, complete unit relocations and many other power engineering-related services.

Over the years, increased demand for energy has prompted TTS to add new services to help power generation facilities keep up with challenges that range from aging gas turbines to outdated control systems—all critical systems with a direct impact on power plant output and profitability.

Throughout its 30 years of business TTS has provided a wide range of high quality conventional and innovative turbine engineering services across almost the entire gas turbine manufacture and model range.

“Our longevity is testimony of our relevance and contribution to the global power generation industry,” said Tony Thornton, President of TTS. “We continue to grow our reach and expand our services to continue serving our customers with the experience, innovation, knowledge and agility they have come to expect from TTS.”

In 2011 TTS moved into a new 7,500 square-foot office in the Research Park Office Complex, located near the University of Central Florida campus from where the TTS staff of power generation professionals serves the global gas turbine market.

The future looks promising as the TTS engineering group continues to develop its product and service range—and the company looks forward to continuing to serve the needs of many hundreds of gas turbines that the company has already upgraded and improved in the past three decades.

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

For more information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

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Turbine Technology Services Corporation Showcases Best Practices in Dry Low NOx Combustion Systems

2013 June 13

Mitch Cohen of TTS is scheduled to present on fuel nozzle flow testing and its importance to optimal DLN-2.6 operation in the power generation industry

(ORLANDO, FL) —Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida continues to make a positive impact in the power generation industry as Senior Systems Engineer Mitch Cohen is scheduled to deliver a presentation on guidelines for DLN-2.6 fuel nozzle flow testing at Greenville, South Carolina on May 21st, 2013.

turbinetech-screenshot-may2013The DLN-2.6 combustion system is a widely-used in 7FA gas turbines manufactured by GE that reduces emissions without the use of water or a post-combustion treatment system, and TTS has extensive experience and a proven track record in its maintenance and testing.

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), in collaboration with TTS and TEServices, developed fuel nozzle flow test guidelines detailing how to accurately flow test fuel nozzles, validate the data, and establish criteria for nozzles to be returned to service.

Mitch Cohen’s presentation aims at supporting these flow testing guidelines with his expertise and knowledge—focused largely in generating solutions for combustion system, emissions, and performance-related issues—with turbine owners and operators from the power generation industry.

With this in mind, TTS stresses the precise control of the 7FA DLN-2.6 combustion system’s fuel-to-air ratio distribution within each combustor, as well as minimizing the variation of this ratio among all turbine combustors, where TTS has extensive experience as a premier aftermarket turbine engineering provider.

Furthermore, while flow testing is routinely performed during the course of servicing and repairing fuel nozzle assemblies by vendors, TTS cautions that many operators lack the knowledge of basic requirements to perform flow testing or understand the data collected.

“Proper flow testing is a critical to achieving optimal emissions and dynamic performance in DLN-2.6 combustors.  Many operators take for granted that testing is being performed correctly by their repair vendors,” said Mitch Cohen of TTS. “We want to make operators aware of the key criteria they should look for in selecting qualified flow testing vendors.”

The TTS presentation will highlight key issues and scenarios to support operators in their interactions with fuel nozzle repair and flow testing vendors—to include requiring using master standard parts to validate accuracy and reproducibility of measured results.

Other important points to be covered include establishing criteria for allowable can-to-can variation in effective area and absolute effective area targets for fuel nozzle assemblies, as well as the interpretation and application of incoming (pre-repair) flow test data.

Cohen’s expertise in Dry Low NOx combustion systems on GE industrial gas turbines includes the design and operation of DLN-1, DLN-2, DLN-2.6 and DLN-2+ combustion systems found on GE Frame 5, 6B, 7EA, 9E, 6/7/9FA gas turbines.

 

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visithttp://www.TurbineTech.com.

 

For more information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

Turbine Technology Services Corporation will be Exhibiting at the Spring 2013 Edition of CTOTF in Myrtle Beach, SC

2013 April 5

TTS will be presenting its achievements, services and products for the power generation industry and potential customers

(ORLANDO, FL) —Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida, will be exhibiting at the Spring 2013 edition of the Combustion Turbine Operations Technical Forum (CTOTF), one of the most acclaimed events in the power engineering industry.

Tony Thornton, President of Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Tony Thornton, President of Turbine Technology Services Corporation

TTS will be exhibiting at CTOTF on April 9th, 2013 at booth number 60, presenting its power engineering services and products, as well as showcasing recent projects and achievements—such as its gas system electronic valve upgrades and the development of a full TMR control system upgrade offering.

Every year TTS engages likely customers attending the CTOTF event, reminding the industry about its gas turbine leadership, while exploring business development opportunities through its direct contact with decision-makers and turbine operators.

“CTOTF is a highly relevant and particularly important event for TTS since it allows us to connect with those who are in tune with the services and products we offer”, said Tony Thornton, President of TTS. “The quality of interaction makes this one of our favorite power generation events on the year.”

Held bi-annually, CTOTF offers two editions—Spring and Fall—and attracts gas turbine operators, power plant managers, and other individuals involved in the maintenance of power generation equipment, many of whom come from every corner of the U.S. and abroad.

This year, as TTS celebrates 30 years of service to the power industry, the company is seeking to highlight its TMR control system upgrade capabilities and expertise in the area of gas fuel system upgrades and conversions, along with promoting its expanded parts sourcing capabilities.

Since its creation almost 40 years ago, the CTOTF has been a trusted forum where power generation and turbomachinery professionals converge to engage industry players through exhibits and presentations.

The 38th annual CTOTF will be held on April 7-11 at the Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort at Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit http://www.TurbineTech.com.

 

For more information:

Frank Hoegler
VP of Sales for the Americas
Turbine Technology Services Corporation
Email: media@turbinetech.com
Phone: 407.677.0813

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