Exhibition to provide perfect podium for Sulzer’s advantages for contractors and end users
Sulzer will be displaying its comprehensive service offering and pumping solutions at the Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia 2017 this December. Taking place in Houston, Texas – the event offers members of the industry the chance to view technical and commercial innovations which are shaping the sector. Attendees will be able to meet with Sulzer representatives on booth 2023 throughout the show.
The Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia 2017 takes place at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas from December 12th – 14th 2017.
As a worldwide turnkey provider of maintenance solutions for rotating equipment, Sulzer is a versatile partner that can service almost any requirement. This incorporates large scale projects, the manufacture of specific components or – as a fully integrated maintenance partner – Sulzer is able to manage work from the design stage right through to final installation on site. Services are aimed at turbines, compressors, pumps, generators and large motors; with full refurbishments of rotor blades and coils available, supported by Sulzer’s in-house manufacturing capabilities.
Sulzer also offers its expansive range of market-leading pumps, designed to provide high performance in even the most exacting environments. All solutions deliver efficiency and productivity, so attendees are encouraged to talk with the experts to see how these solutions can directly benefit their applications.
Specialists in the field
At the forefront of high quality component manufacturing, Sulzer’s 3D printing capabilities will be on show, a manufacturing method the business utilizes to create high performance components such as turbine blades. 3D printing presents expedited production compared to traditional casting, offering reduced lead times. This is especially important in minimizing customer downtime.
Petroleum global portfolio manager for Pumps Equipment, Ronald B. Adams, will also form part of the symposium’s Pump Advisory Committee. Ron will utilize his great experience in the industry to impart knowledge during two organized discussions. Monitoring Vibration and Other Critical Machine Conditions takes place in General Assembly Theater C at 2pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sulzer will also have a compressor rotor on display to highlight its comprehensive maintenance services. The business offers turnkey support for these components, incorporating inspection, design, production of new parts, testing and balancing. The showcase will also feature the first three stages of the compressor rotor coated in Sulzer’s in-house anti-fouling and corrosion protection air spray coating. Sulzer offers a range of in-house thermal and air spray coatings for a variety of applications that benefit from improved durability and performance.
Attendees will have the chance to engage in a social media scavenger hunt, with participants encouraged to complete a number of photo challenges on the Sulzer stand and across the rest of the show. Players must upload their images to the social media platform of their choice, mentioning @EmpoweringBrands and #GETSocialTPS. Three winners will be announced, who will each be awarded a Visa gift card worth $100. For more information on the hunt and to keep up to date with Sulzer’s latest developments, keep an eye on its social media channels.
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Sulzer expands expertise
A number of new business developments at Sulzer will generate plenty of interest at the show.
First, the recent acquisition of the Ensival Moret pump business by Sulzer offers end users within the water, general industry, oil & gas and power industry a more integrated specification path for pump solutions. By joining forces, Sulzer is now one of the world’s leading manufacturers of axial loop reactor pumps for the polyethylene and polypropylene industries together with other specialized designs for challenging molten sulfur and sulfuric acid services. The new, combined portfolio and organization provide customers with a singular point of contact for an optimum technical and commercial approach to specifying pumps in the sector.
On the topic of acquisitions, Sulzer has also purchased a majority stake in Rotec GT, a Moscow-based maintenance business focused on gas turbine maintenance. The new collaboration greatly enhances Sulzer’s capabilities in Russia to serve end users in the power generation industry. The business offers refurbishment facilities for gas turbine components located in Moscow and Ekaterinburg, which will greatly enhance Sulzer’s service coverage in the region.
Sulzer is the leading worldwide, independent service provider for the repair and maintenance of rotating machines including turbomachinery, pumps and electro-mechanical equipment. With a global network of over 180 technically advanced manufacturing and test facilities, Sulzer offers a collaborative advantage that delivers high-quality, cost-effective, customized and turnkey solutions, providing its customers with the peace of mind to focus on their core operations.
Sulzer Rotating Equipment Services, a division of Sulzer, can accommodate all brands of rotating equipment including turbines, compressors, generators, motors and pumps. With an enviable track record, dedicated teams of on-site engineers provide best-in-class solutions to ensure that the most effective service is delivered.
Sulzer is dedicated to providing superior service solutions to a range of industries including power generation, oil and gas, hydrocarbon and chemical processing, water and air separation. Every solution is customized to suit the business needs of each application – whenever or wherever that may be.
With a long history of providing engineering service support, Sulzer is headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland where it began in 1834. Today, with sales over US$ 3 billion and with approximately 14,000 employees, the Sulzer footprint spans across the globe. The core aim is to deliver a flexible and cost-effective service that optimizes customer operational efficiency and minimizes downtime.