Exhibitor: Booth 2741
Visit Our T&PS Booth & Attend Our Turbo Talk Presentation!
Going to the Turbo show? If you are, be sure to schedule an appointment with our engineers for a hands-on experience configuring your own ARES turboexpander-compressor using our interactive model app. While you’re at the show, plan to attend L.A. Turbine’s Turbo Talk presentation, Tuesday, Sept. 12 from 5-5:20PM on the Turbo Stage to learn more about the expedited delivery time frames, investment savings and performance results offered with this standardized unit.
Book an Interactive Lunch & Learn Session
For those not attending the show, consider scheduling an interactive lunch and learn session at your company. Our engineering experts will host a dynamic discussion and interactive, hands-on design session giving you and your team the ability to configure both an oil and mag bearing unit and explore, in-detail, the integral parts of our Project ARES standard turboexpander-compressor machines.
Learn More Now!
With almost 15 years of experience at L.A. Turbine and within the oil and gas industry, Troy O’Steen is a trusted and knowledgeable source. Give Troy a call at 661.755.0949, send him an email at TOSteen@LATurbine.com or contact sales@LATurbine.com for more information on L.A. Turbine turboexpanders new equipment innovations and our unprecedented aftermarket services.
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Now Available! 2016 T&PS Lecture Abstract & Presentation
Attention: End-Users, Operators, Plant Designers & Engineers
Learn how L.A. Turbine (LAT), TOTAL and SKF Magnetic Mechatronics (S2M) found a way to overcome subsynchronous vibration induced by presence of liquids on a turboexpander equipped with active magnetic bearings (AMB) by requesting your copy of the lecture presented at the 2016 Turbo & Pump Symposia. Complete the Request Form below to obtain the Powerpoint presentation and/or the complete paper.
New process conditions and power demands required a revamp of two AMB turboexpanders used for liquid natural gas (LNG) rejection and gas injection on a Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) barge. Because of heavier gas components and lower inlet temperatures, liquid presence after the nozzles caused subsynchronous vibrations and tripped the units several times before reaching operating speed.
Read the T&PS Lecture Abstract
Prepared by: L.A. Turbine, TOTAL and S2M team members.