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Siemens Power Service coordinates the resources, processes and technology to deliver maintenance and repair with minimal downtime through the global service network. Using the latest repair technologies, you can expect fast and reliable solutions. Either on site or using our extensive factory network, with major repair facilities strategically located in Europe, Canada, the USA, Saudi Arabia, South America and Asia, our highly skilled service specialists are able to provide support wherever you need it. Siemens Power Service also provides an extensive resource of tools and equipment, allocated and dispatched from storage and service centers where they are overhauled, calibrated and prepared for immediate service.
The benefits of utilizing the Siemens global service network include:
The Central Tool and Instrument Facility is located in Atlanta, Georgia. With close proximity to three major highways (I-75, I-85 and I-20), plus Hartsfield International Airport, the facility is able to respond quickly to customers needs.
The facility supports Siemens Power Service's Field Service activities by supplying tooling and equipment used during maintenance and repair outages at customer sites – both in the Americas and elsewhere around the world. It features inside storage and shop area as well as an equally large area for the outside storage of tool containers.
Bad Hersfeld, Germany, designs, manufactures and installs industrial fans. The experienced staff for engineering and manufacturing as well as service, guarantees efficient management and technical support for industrial fans worldwide.
The facilities allows for manufacturing of impellers up to 9.500 kW or 5300 mm diameter. The factory is located in the centre of Germany.
The Berlin, Germany Gas Turbine Repair Facility serves as an additional outlet for repairs and service. Employing extensive OEM engineering support and comprehensive design capability, the employees are able to provide the latest repair and upgrade technologies. By utilizing accurate fixtures, they minimize assembly time during outages.
Brno Service profits from close, direct and long-time relations to customers (history of steam turbine production and service in Brno is more than 100 years long). As a result of such relations, the amount of contracts won in the financial year 2006/2007 came close to the amount of 1 billion CZK.
Among the interesting projects ranks the contract for a retrofit of a turbine for Mittal Steel Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina; this turbine was originally produced by Jugoturbina Karlovac, Croatia, (Alstom). The order amounting to ca 6 million EUR shall become the first project of retrofits of “competitor” turbines that are to be within the competence of the Brno Service as the only one in the entire Siemens.
Currently, the Service employs 70 people. Owing to the ever increasing amount of orders, the plan is to increase the number of employees working in the turbine servicing, namely by dozens more in the whole range of professions.
Siemens Zrt. Késmárk street plant, 1158 Budapest Késmárk u. 24-28., Hungary supports field service activities in Hungary and Eastern Europe, and also performs the upgrading of complete power plants and components. Based on a comprehensive analysis with state-of-the-art methods for inspection and a modern, well-equipped workshop, the specially trained team also performs maintenance, repair and inspection services for turbine-generator components (gas, steam and generators) boiler pipings and auxiliary systems such as coal mills.
The Siemens Turbine-Generator Service Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers a single-source solution for power plants throughout the Americas.
Serving Siemens and non-Siemens system needs, the Center provides a full array of repair services for steam turbines, steam valves and electric generators – for both planned and unplanned equipment outages. Additionally, it is one of the few facilities in the U.S.A. that services nuclear-contaminated components. Half of the Charlotte Turbine-Generator Service Center space is devoted to service shop activities.
At the Duisburg site Siemens develops and manufactures innovative compressor solutions – from single machines through to packages and complete compressor trains. The Duisburg portfolio comprises integrally geared and single-shaft compressors of a variety of designs and sizes.
Compressor solutions made in Duisburg are used throughout the world: In the extraction, transport and processing of oil and gas, in the chemical and petrochemical industries, in refineries, air separation plants and blast furnaces. Siemens offers OEM service for the complete range of oil & gas and industrial rotating equipment.
At Duisburg, Siemens employs a workforce of 2,200, including 700 highly qualified specialist engineers. Siemens trains around 170 apprentices a year in its own training center. This makes Siemens one of Duisburg’s most important employers.
Essen, Germany, is Siemens' service location for air cooled generators. The experienced staffs for manufacturing and engineering as well as fully equipped service shop guarantees efficient repairs and modification for generators (worldwide) and steam turbines (Germany)The facilities include a vacuum balancing bunker with 40t load capacity and extensive machining, service and test facilities. The factory is located in the north of Essen near to motorway and domestic port.
The service workshop provides overhauls, spare parts and advanced repair of critical parts for Gas- and Steam turbines. The facility capacity handles turbines up to 200tons.Beside technical competence Finspång has developed a very high flexibility witch gives short service lead-times. The site can also offer technical expertise in design, engineering and R&D capability.
Repair capabilities include:
Siemens Power Service's Electrical Components Plant is located in Fort Payne, Alabama, 55 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and 90 miles north of Birmingham, Alabama, in the United States.
The plant manufactures new and replacement generator and exciter components including stator coils, rotor coils, parallel rings, retaining ring liners, slot cells, gaskets and insulation products.
Frankenthal, Germany, is Siemens' service location for steam turbines and compressors.
The works of our experienced manufacturing and engineering staff comprises efficient repairs and modification of steam turbines and compressors worldwide.Frankenthal location has its own service workshop. We are specialized in overhauling of complete steam turbines including test run at our test field. Frankenthal has also its own field service including technical staff for repairand overhaul of steam turbines and compressors worldwide.
The factory is located in the north of Frankenthal, nearby the motorway and the railway station.
Additionally, the Product Lead Centre (PLC) of TLT-Turbo GmbH is located in Frankenthal. It is a Siemens' service location and is competent and responsible for the KK&K fan system.
It includes spare parts, inspection & repairs, revamps, foot prints and service activities up to a full overhaul of complete fan installations.
We assume customer service worldwide with a team of specialized experts. We are located at the Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment factory (former KK&K factory), which result in short ways of communication and information exchange between service and production.
The Hamilton Turbomachinery Center, located in southern Ontario at the western edge of Lake Ontario, Canada, is partnered with a sister plant in Berlin, Germany. The facility encompasses 20 acres of land (eight hectares), with approximately 550,000 square feet (51,000 square meters) of manufacturing and shop service space.
The Hamilton facility has operated continuously since 1903. Today, it is equipped with the sophisticated machine tools and technology needed to meet the turbine manufacturing and service requirements of the power industry. The plant offers technical expertise in design and engineering and R&D capability. Specialists use the latest repair service technologies to repair and replace turbine discs and blade rings, transitions, compressor blades, rotors and diaphragms.
The North American headquarter is able to provide inspection and repair services for a variety of rotating equipment, including pumps, steam turbines, gas turbines and compressors.
Also available at this center are the supply, distribution and fabrication of spare parts for Siemens, Demag, Delaval and Westinghouse equipment. These spare parts are stocked strategically within the facility to maintain short lead times. Siemens can dynamically balance rotors at operating speed in this facility.
Working at this facility is a team of compressor, pump and steam turbine design and service engineers, chief metallurgists, repair process owners and customer service representatives for various Siemens product lines. The Hamilton office provides support for the other Siemens service centers with OEM repair assessment, special tooling and state-of-the-art-technology based solutions that assist in high quality repairs with the shortest customer downtime.
The Product Lead Centre (PLC) Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment A/S in Helsingør, Denmark, offers a full range of services for single stage Turbo compressors. It includes spare parts, inspection & repairs, upgrades & revamps up to foot print compressors and all types of field service activities including full overhaul of complete Turbo compressor installations and long term service contracts.
The PLC also offers service and maintenance training and various advisory products like process analysis & optimization services.
The PLC is global market leader in supplying Turbo compressors for aeration in biological waste water treatment facilities and is also successfully active in the areas of flue-gas desulphurization (FGD) and yeast fermentation (IP). Manufacturing and Services meets high quality standards and is DS/EN ISO 9001:2000 certified.
The Product Lead Centre (PLC) PGI14 in Hengelo offers a variety of services for single shaft compressors. It includes spare parts, inspection & repairs, revamps up to a foot print compressor and field service activities up to a full overhaul of complete compressor installations. The PLC is successfully focused on the Oil & Gas industry and meets therefore high quality standards.
As a natural consequence the PLC offers the disciplines from Marketing Support, Engineering, Supply Chain Management up to Field Service all well coordinated by our Project Management. The PLC is ISO9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001, KTA 1401 and VCA**(SCC) certified.
The Hengelo facility is well known for it’s customer focus and dedicated flexibility, quality and deliver reliability. Although the facility has known different mothers it operates continuously for over 130 years. At the moment the PGI14 work force numbers approximately 200 employees.
The Houston, Texas Service Center is in immediate proximity to air, land and sea shipping arteries. With over 110,000 square feet (10,200 m²) of production space and 100-ton crane capability, the Houston Service Center is well-equipped for the inspection, service and repair of gas turbine components for mature and advanced Siemens turbines.
The Houston Service Center provides comprehensive service and repair on combustor diaphragms, vanes, transitions, fuel systems, blade rings and support housings.
ISCOSA is an extended repair facility located in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. The facility has an on-site vacuum furnace so it is able to provide extended life to critical parts. Most major repairs can be performed in one central facility to minimize repair turnaround times.
Repair capabilities include:
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd in Lincoln, designs, manufactures and installs world-class gas turbines rated from 4-13MW for Industrial Power Generation and the Oil and Gas Industry and provides life-time support for gas turbines. Employing 2,000 people, the facility is a major exporter of gas turbines with more than 3,400 units sold and operating in 88 countries.
Siemens Lincoln provides its customers with expertise covering all aspects of industrial power plant technology including: research & development, engineering, manufacturing, project management and lifetime product support for installations in power generation and the oil and gas industry. The Company's continued investment in R&D aims particularly to improve efficiencies, further reduce emissions and widen the range of fuels that can be used. Siemens is a competent and experienced service partner for all replacement parts, repairs, maintenance programs, field service, upgrades and training.
Mülheim, Germany is Siemens’ primary European location for steam turbine generator development, manufacturing, repair and modification. A highly-trained team of specialists ensures fast and on-schedule performance of steam turbine-generator services, with short total cycle times and customary Siemens quality. The team is equipped not only to deal with scheduled routine tasks but also to respond instantly in the event of emergent work.
The New Kensington facility, located 32 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is one of Siemens Power Service's major service centers for turbine, generator and NDE field tooling. The 300,000 sq. ft. facility is used to store major machining, welding, winding, installation and NDE tooling to support the "Factory in the Field" concept. The tooling allows Penn Hall project engineers, field service engineers and technicians located all across the country to perform almost any factory workscope at any customer's site. The facility is also used to store major turbine generator equipment such as rotors, stators, stationaries and other components. Some repair work is performed at the site as well.
The Newcastle facility focuses on steam turbine generator service and design engineering. It is also equipped to provide comprehensive services to support combined cycle power plants in the UK.
The facility contains extensive machining, service and test facilities, which cater to the complete overhaul of turbines and generator rotors from small industrial units to the largest utility unit sizes. Full balance and overspeed test facilities are also available. A dedicated team of field service engineers is available to respond rapidly to all requests for assistance, covering both planned and unplanned occurrences.
Nuremberg, Germany offers modernizations for steam turbines and thus to extend the life-time of your plant. Furthermore, the own service workshop enables Siemens to continuously improve repair technologies and to manufacture spares parts and footprint turbines. Our dedicated field service engineers guarantee quick and reliable fault repairs as well as commissioning.The comprehensive machinery as well as the available manufacturing know-how of the Nuremberg site allows offering the following services:
Oberhausen, Germany is Siemens' service location for industrial fans. It includes spare parts, inspection & repairs, revamps and field service activities up to a full overhaul of complete fan installations.
The experienced staff for engineering as well as service, guarantees efficient repairs and modification for fans (worldwide). Manufacturing will be executed in Bad Hersfeld.
Our Penn Hall facility is located 22 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is home to Siemens Power Service's Field Services. From this location, project engineers support field service engineers and technicians located across the Americas in performing major repair, upgrades, maintenance and inspection on the Siemens, Westinghouse, Allis Chalmers and Parsons turbine generator fleet. Almost any major service offered by the factory can be performed at customer sites. The facility is the home for nondestructive testing for combustion turbines, steam turbine and electric generator components. Conventional NDE as well as sophisticated and automated inspections are performed using Ultrasonic phased array, eddy current arrays, Siemens acoustic thermography, and high temperature borescope inspection at temperatures of up to 1000 degrees F. The facility also features a development center for specialty tooling and robotics needed to support difficult repair challenges.
A workshop with 10000 square meters production area and 50 tons crane capability is equipped with necessary machineries and completed with specialists of quality control, service, renovation and manufacturing of all type components. Equipment includes high speed balancing machine for rotors and total assembly of 10 MW gas turbines taken away from compressor stations after approx. 100 000 operation hours.
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Turbine Airfoil Coating & Repair (TACR), is a joint venture between Siemens and Chromalloy, with facilities located in the United States and Germany. TACR specializes in the repair and coating of high-pressure turbine components for industrial gas turbine engines.
The Siemens Winston Service Center has a rich history of original equipment manufacture (OEM) and service. The facility began operating as an OEM airfoil manufacturing shop in 1969 and evolved over 40 years, synergizing new parts manufacture and repair technologies. Significant investment has positioned us to operate as a modern one-stop shop for advanced gas turbine repairs and OEM airfoil manufacture.
The centralized location of the Service Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, allows us to support large power customers quickly. With coordinated efforts between our shops in Houston, Texas, and Charlotte, North Carolina, we provide integral support to global customers as well. The facility is staffed with highly skilled personnel experienced in the manufacturing, inspection, service and repair of gas turbine components for both Siemens and Westinghouse mature and advanced large frame turbines.
In Zweibruecken, in the head office of TLT-Turbo GmbH, there is also located the Service department for TLT axial flow fans with variable pitch during operation.Experienced staff handles inquiries, spare-part-and repair orders from all over the world. Assembly-and start-up staff for the fans of Zweibruecken and Frankenthal is also sent from Zweibruecken. The manufacturing of spare parts and the repaires / revisions of fansand fan components is done in the facilities of the Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment GmbH in Frankenthal.
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