HRSG pressure parts replacement
As your Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) ages, it may be time to consider pressure parts replacement to help ensure the reliability of your unit, save on O&M costs and extend the lifetime of your plant.
When it comes to your HRSG pressure parts, GE has the large-scale HRSG facilities and extensive engineering, procurement, manufacturing and construction (EPC) experience. As an OEM with a global workshop network, GE can offer replace-in-kind or tailor-made pressure parts for any HRSG specification, including Alstom and Doosan. No matter how extended the scope is and how complex the installation might be, we have a solution to streamline the cycle and enhance your unit’s availability—quickly, safely and with high quality.
Restored reliability up to 98.5%
Reduced risk of forced outage up to 90%
Reduced O&M costs up to $ 100k/year (vs. repairs)
Extend lifetime up to 25 years
The improved reliability, maintenance costs savings and lifetime extension that result from pressure parts replacement are well worth the investment. Here’s an example of a typical customer and the value they gained from replacing their pressure parts. (Hint: They realized their ROI in just 2-3 years, and ultimately had a $3.7M benefit over 10 years.)
With a pressure parts replacement, GE will replace all the internal equipment in your HRSG, as shown below. Replacing these internals parts will help restore the reliability of your HRSG, reduce the risk of a forced outage, reduce your O&M costs, and extend the lifetime of your HRSG.
The typical scope of a pressure parts replacement is
As the HRSG OEM experts, GE is a one-stop shop for pressure parts replacement. We have the experience of having installed the original HRSGs when the plants were brand new, so we have all in-depth knowledge of every piece of equipment in your HRSG. Not all HRSGs are the same, but we have detailed drawings of every type, which will save additional time and money that isn’t needed to “reverse engineer” your equipment.
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