Steam turbine rotor balancing before assembly.

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Sulzer is committed to supporting our partners in the coal-fired power segment for increased reliability and efficiency for their rotating equipment as energy system in Philippines evolves with increasing demand, systemic changes and reducing carbon intensity.

Technical presentation: Overcoming OEM equipment extension challenges with advanced reverse engineering techniques

Replacement of critical equipment such as steam turbines, compressors and pumps etc in coal power plants can be a costly affair. However, the level of support for legacy equipment in terms of servicing and spare parts from OEM dwindles as the years go by. Inevitably, operators will be challenged by the availability of spare parts and efficiency of their equipment. 

In this technical sharing, we’ll explore how operators are able to attain the quality support and spare parts required, through a one-stop solution which drives energy efficiency and reliability, backed by established supply chain.

Date: 29 September
Time: 9:15am
Speaker: Jonatan Hutahaean | Head of Sales (Indonesia)

About the speaker
Jonatan Hutahaean is an accomplished rotating equipment project solution specialist with more than 14 years of experience in the rotating equipment services industry with special interest in Power generation. He currently leads more than 20 sales and business development personnel for Sulzer Indonesia in solution sales and consulting. Under his leadership, Sulzer Indonesia clinched milestone breakthrough projects across the Southeast Asian region such as major overhaul of 600MW turbine generator for Vietnamese O&G major, and multiple projects with advanced modern parts production requirements. A trained mechanical engineer, Jonatan had also established successful stints in leading energy companies such as GE Power and Baker Hughes. Adept in industrial engineering technology.

Jonatan is an executive MBA holder and received his mechanical engineering degree from Indonesia’s most established technology-oriented tertiary institution- Bandung Institute of Technology in 2007.

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As coal fired power plants cope with challenges such as energy security, maintenance and flexible power generation requirements imposed by the grid, it is imperative that maintenance and operations team are aware of the probable reliability risks to their rotating equipment. Our experts are ready to share and explore the following pertinent topics:

  • Maintenance and reliability of critical equipment such as steam turbines, turbo-generators and pumps amid flexible generation requirements
  • Bespoke services to de-risk reliability challenges due to flexible generation demands
  • Carbon intensity reduction strategies to mitigate against impending carbon tax
  • Generator rewind solution leveraging on established coil design database and in-house manufacturing capabilities

and more...

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