Our inspection and testing services can help prevent catastrophic high-speed rotor issues and future steam turbine outages. Critical to managing our global presence, GE has mastered the logistics necessary to maintain reliable supply chains, coordinate resources, and comply with regional regulations.
Transporting turbine components off site for repair can increase your outage time by days or weeks, while the additional handling requirements can expose the equipment to risk of further damage. GE’s On-site Services (OSS) offers highly technical onsite inspections and premium repairs for global power generation customers through our EHS, quality, technical, and operational excellence.
We work hard to meet and exceed your expectations, on budget, every time. We bring the inspection and repairs directly to your location to help you reduce steam turbine outage time and achieve substantial cost-savings.
Comprehensive steam turbine services: We provide a full range of services—from typical inspections, repair and machining to highly specialized services offered by GE Power.
Extensive tooling: GE’s OSS is one of the largest onsite service organizations, with more than 500 pieces of portable equipment and an extensive tooling inventory.
Experience: Our team of qualified GE specialists includes machining supervisors, engineers and technicians with an average experience level of more than 20 years.
Global responsiveness: All equipment is completely mobile and can be transported to any required destination around the world within hours of notification.
Our new digital outage platform was developed along with experts from the field to improve the field execution experience for our customers. This new platform includes a weatherproof, touchscreen-based, digitized system that replaces a more antiquated, paper-based approach—which not only reduces the risk of mistakes or rework, it also speeds up the outage process for customers, helping them get back in business more quickly.
The digital platform is currently available on 9F/6F/7E/9E gas turbines, as well as generators and D11 steam turbines.
Meeting our customers’ needs for parts in a timely manner is high priority for GE’s steam turbine services team. To that end, we have implemented a new inventory strategy that will help address supply chain issues and get your operations back up and running as quickly as possible.
Our inventory includes raw materials and finished goods for long-cycle parts (primarily D11 steam turbines).
We have up to $25 million in steam turbine parts available at all times—including front stage buckets/blades, HP/IP blades, L-O buckets and valve parts.
If you have emergent needs for a part we don’t currently have in inventory, we can work with you to support your short term operations while our team makes the necessary parts.
When planning your parts needs, we advise moving your parts spending to your capital improvement budget to help ensure you have the parts needed to improve or restore performance and reliability. Even if you don’t need every part we have, contact us to get a quote! That will help you understand your cycle time and allow time for appropriate budgeting.