Roadshow Recap! ARES AMB Is A Hit!

Hosted by L.A. Turbine Together With Waukesha Bearings

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ARES AMB Arrives Home!

Our ARES AMB is now home sweet home at LAT HQ. After 3,600 miles and 38 days on tour, the ARESAMB Roadshow is complete. We thank our 125+ guests representing 50+ companies involved in engineering, procurement and construction (EPCs) as well as gas processing end-users for attending our private turboexpander briefings and machine demonstrations in Houston and Tulsa.

We are also grateful to our Houston hosts Dover Precision Components and AMB partner Waukesha Bearings, along with AGC Manufacturing and our representative Bartlett Equipment in Tulsa for their generous support.

Taking Orders Now

Interest is high! Several AMB machines are now in production and orders for others are on the books. Orders are now being taken for ARES AMB and Oil bearing turboexpanders for 60-300MMSCFD gas processing plants. Contact Troy O’Steen to discuss which turboexpander solution best fits your need.

Missed the Show? You Can Still See ARES AMB!

If you missed the show, you can still see our ARES AMB turboexpander with our 360 degree virtual tour. If you’d prefer to see and learn more about the machine in person, an open invitation to visit L.A. Turbine headquarters in Valencia, CA awaits. You’ll be hosted to a private briefing session and hands-on tour of our ARES AMB machine plus you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at our design, manufacturing and testing facility. Contact Troy O’Steen to arrange a visit.

Book An ARES AMB Lunch & Learn Event For Your Office

Another way to learn about L.A. Turbine’s ARES AMB and oil bearing turboexpanders, or any specialized turboexpander topic, is through a Lunch and Learn (L&L) event. LAT experts visit your location and hold a 60-90 minute presentation and education session. Participants enjoy lunch, courtesy of LAT, while learning via an interactive exchange of questions and ideas. Learn more about L&L events or schedule an event by clicking here.

ARES AMB Machine Makes Road Trip to Houston & Tulsa!
Private Events Held September & October 2018

For those who couldn’t make it to the ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander  witness test and evaluation sessions in Los Angeles, they had another chance to see the machine firsthand. L.A. Turbine brought ARES to them! Yes, LAT loaded our 20,000-pound baby on an 18-wheeler and headed 1,600 miles to Houston, Texas for roadshow events held September 18-20. Afterwards, the machine headed 500 miles north to Tulsa, Oklahoma for a series of events, including machine demonstrations held between October 1-12.


Tulsa Hosted Multi-Week Roadshow Events: Oct. 1-12
Included Live Machine Demonstrations

For those who didn’t make it to Houston, guests were able to attend one of several roadshow events in Tulsa from October 1 through 12. In addition to the planned technical sessions and hands-on machine tours, L.A. Turbine staged two private, live machine demonstrations of the ARES AMB Turboexpander and on-skid AMB Control System and PLC on Oct. 1 and 8.

Agenda Highlights
Technical Briefing and Q&A Session

  • Design Overview: Challenges & Solutions
  • Performance, Flexibility & Operational Advantages
  • Financial Investment & ROI
  • Interactive Tour: AREA AMB Turboexpander & AMB Control System
  • Machine Demonstration: Limited to Tulsa Roadshow Events

Event Recap

Houston Tulsa
Host Site Dover Precision Components AGC Manufacturing Services
Date Sept. 18-20
Coincided with T&PS 2018
Oct. 1–5 and Oct. 8–12
Machine Demos: Oct. 1 & 8

Roadshow Hosts & Presenters Included


Tadeh Avetian
Director of Engineering
L.A. Turbine

Troy O’Steen
Director of Sales
L.A. Turbine

Richard Shultz
Chief Engineer
Waukesha Bearings

Brian Draeger
Director of Sales
Waukesha Bearings

The Word is Out! Have You Seen The News?

Not only are we excited about this new innovation but our ARES AMB Turboexpander is causing quite the buzz among EPCs, end-users and the media. Read all about it in Turbomachinery International, Gas Compression Magazine, Hydrocarbon Engineering, CompressorTech2 and LNG Industry!